Jazz Girl wrote:DramaPrincezz013 wrote:
I have to disagree about the action. It's the last movie, and it's all been building up to this. A big chunk of the book is focused on the Volturi coming to whipe out the Cullen family. I would love an epic battle at the end. Heck, I wouldn't even mind if a Cullen or two were killed, but that's just my humble opinion. It's just because I wasn't really satisfied with that portion of the book, so I personally wouldn't mind if it were to be changed.
But that's NOT WHAT HAPPENED. SM's ending was absolutely brilliant in that it was completely Cullen-esque. The Cullens ALWAYS looked for the peaceful solution first, looked to negotiation and even retreat if it meant avoiding losing a member of the family. Yes, they would fight if there was no other option. Once all other alternatives had been exhausted, then they had absolutely no problem ripping the life out of their enemies. But, even in that, look at how they planned the battle. Their strategy was to try to get the Volturi to surrender in the fight before too many could be lost by taking out their strongest fighters first, cripple the offensive guard and bring them down WITHOUT having to kill all of them. Turning the end of the film into a bloodbath because we humans are more bloodthirsty than the vampires? That's just not right. And if they do, then calling it The Twilight Saga; Breaking Dawn would be a lie.
DramaPrincezz013 wrote:you can't hate something Stephenie wants.
...And nothing matters more than her....You become whatever she needs you to be, whether that's a protector, or a lover, or a friend, or a brother.
Quil will be the best, kindest big brother any kid ever had. There isn't a toddler on the planet that will be more carefully looked after than that little girl will be. And then, when she's older and needs a friend, he'll be more understanding, trustworthy, and reliable than anyone else she knows. And then, when she's grown up, they'll be as happy as Emily and Sam.
Of course. But why wouldn't she choose him, in the end? He'll be her perfect match. Like he was designed for her alone.
xx-topaz wrote:I totally agree, the way that Jacob explains it to Bella shows that its not meant to be disgusting or anything, its just unconditional love where the person would do anything for or to protect the imprintee. The whole drama about it being wrong is silly in my opinion. As long as Jacob explains it to Bella in the movie everything will be fine
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