I know that it wasn't a major part of the movie, but Carlisle's big wooden cross would've been an interesting addition and a bit of comedy for the movie. I think you see a bit of it as Bella and Edward are walking up the stairs, but it should've been there because it was Carlisle's father's, which would've led to his backstory and then the Voltari.
There are parts i liked about the movie, and again parts i didn't, The meadow...that was a date for Bella and Edward, it wasn't ditching school. How is Bella going to find it again in New Moon?!
Like alot of people have mentioned, Bella and Edward seem so awkward around each other? Where was them sitting together lunch, on their own table talking, developing their relationship. Mike didn't come across as too jealous either, there was one line "i don't like it, he looks at you like you're something to eat" if i remember correctly, there was more than that in the book.
I understand that they can't get everything into the movie, but there were some things that set up New Moon: Carlisle's back story; James telling Bella that Alice was the one that got away, leading Alice's character to develop.
It's a good movie, i mean i've watched it about 6 times already and i got it on Sunday. I will be watching it again, but hopefully with a new director New Moon will be better.
Where is the horse and the rider? Where is the horn that was blowing? They have passed like rain on the mountain, like wind in the meadow. The days have gone down in the West behind the hills into shadow. How did it come to this?