Sweet we got our very own spoiler Halfway House
I don't know what else to say. My vocabulary has been limited to one word since last night: excellent, phenomenon, breathtaking, perfect, best movie (okay that's 2 words but i just got to say it).
I admit after watching the premier last night I was a bit distraught because I was expecting for a more detailed and longer scenes . I was seeing through the books as I was watching the movie. But after seeing it again today for the second time there is not a single thing I can complain about (except
"Bella leaving Edward with the pup on his motorcycle and "Bella's NO outburst to Edward after the pup hears about the wedding." That's just so wrong...)
Everything is so perfect from the proposal to the tent scene. I specifically enjoyed the fight scene, Alice rocks with the moves. And I was totally convinced that next to Edward and Bella, Jasper and Alice are my next favorite couple. Jackson and Ashley captured the character of Jasper and Alice, they are too adorable for their own good.
Fierceward is also very sexy for Rob. He was smoking hot all throughout the fight scene with Victoria. He was able to show his true emotions throughout the movie. Kristen as Bella was able to reach out to the viewers the conflicts and hardships of the choices she has to make.
What I like the most about Eclipse is that the Cullens gets to have his/her own exposure. For the previous two movies, Twilight and New Moon, most of them have only a couple of lines and then fades away to the background. This time around they are all more involved. Esme Cullen fighting with the newborns! Way to go 'mommyvamp'
Carlisle's less compassionate side as he fought fiercely with the newborns. Emmett's lines...you just to got to love him. Rosalie and Jasper's back story, I love it that they stick true to the books. Charlie and Bella's "talk" was as much fun to watch as it was when I was reading it.
All in all Twilight Saga Eclipse is filled with all the ingredients we Twi-fans are looking for. There's a perfect balance of fluff, love, drama, humor, action and creepiness (courtesy of the newborn vamps) that leaves us hanging and begging for more. Two thumbs up to the director David Slade, actors and actresses and of course to Stephenie Meyer for bringing us the Eclipse.
We would all be looking forward to next year for the first part of Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn