My husband pointed this out after the movie, and you are ABSOLUTELY right! He also pointed out that because it was "sunny" and not dark or gloomy they should have all been sparkling. I agree with everything else you said about this scene too, I missed Jacob licking Bella and her giggling when his tongue hung out of his mouth.qrwolf wrote:1) When the wolves come to watch the 1st training session, in the book it was dark & you couldn't see exactly how many wolves there were. Not the case in the movie. It's light and they all are easily seen eliminating Edward's quote, "Prepare yourselves - they've been holding out on us."
Brienna wrote:I just didn't feel it in the last Bella-Jacob scene. Reading the book, I cried, I found it all very sad.
In the movie, especially after the conversation, I would have loved to see Bella driving of, stopping at the road and then Edward is there. It wasn't there. It was the only thing that I really missed, the rest I could live with...
Jazz Girl wrote:
2) In camp, prior to the Jacob/Bella kiss, when Bella yells at Edward and goes to Jacob. Again, same idea. In the novel, yes, she was angry and upset, but it was Edward who went after Jacob and brought him back, demonstrating his willingness to do anything and everything to protect and make Bella happy.
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