TwilightFan87 wrote:Whoa..that's all I can say. I'm still in shock.
Let me start off by agreeing that it was really well done, Bill Condon did it justice, and Carter Burwell's score was brilliant as usual. I loved hearing the familiar music
Dislikes-While I understand the whole point of the twist from a marketing point of view (that really made me mad when I saw that on the TV spots, that it was being advertised like that), it still kinda irks me. It was cool in theory but heart breaking to watch...inv- As soon as they killed Carlisle, I started crying..and the worse the battle scene got, the harder I cried until we realized it was a vision! The entire theater sighed in relief! I'm really not sure how I feel about the battle being so literally portrayed like that..it makes me not want to see it again if it's so sad, which really sucks because that's how I feel about The Hunger Games! Gaaa. Maybe after a second viewing, I'll feel different.
I'm not impressed with how Bella's shield was portrayed, they should've made it a different color like they did with Alec's numbing ability, so you can really see what she's doing. The opening was a bit rushed as well.
I'm still digesting it all so for now I'm done
lulu wrote:Susie--not good bye to you guys, but good bye to my pseudo-close connection to the actors, directors of Teilight and Stephenie. Getting done with reading BD felt like a sad good bye to the characters, but getting done with the movies felt like a good bye to the real people involved in the movies process. Make sense?
Raine-- that bad experience was truly terrible sounding. So sad that happened at the theater! Glad you got to see it again later. Way to hang in there.
Jaclyn--I love what you said too.
Edwards Wheels--I'm Lulu, 30 years old, born and raised in Phoenix, Arizona, married for 11 years to a truly wonderful man, have a 2 yr old son, working on siblings through invitro, love volleyball, 40s swing dancing, singing, piano, and TWILIGHT! Lol! I went to Great Brittain on a tour with The Phoenix Girls Chorus when I was 15. Such a beautiful place!
I saw BD2 again with my BFF. It was soooo fun watching her gasp and move her arms about during the shocker. Lol, we cried together afterwards. I can't believe it's finally over! I still LOVE the final movie.
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