y3nd0 wrote:*Man, I think I am going to be hated...
I have a lot of worries about the movie. I have seen many of the trailers that are available, and I am a little skeptical.
I know that book-based-movies are not verbatim, but it really hurts to see clips of the movie that do not parallel with the book (yes, my expectations are pretty high).
After reading The Da Vinci Code first, THEN watching the movie, I was utterly disappointed with the movie. I don't want to have the same feeling with Twilight.
I saw the clip of the ballet studio with Bella, James, and Edward, and I saw that Bella was still fully conscious! She wasn't even knocked to the side. I know that if she was knocked unconscious, then the whole scene would pretty much be thrown out the door, but at least have her knocked against the mirror.
And I also saw the scene where she asks Edward, "How long have you been 17?". Correct me if I'm mistaken, but didn't she ask that while she was in the car with him while they were coming back from Port Angeles? In the movie, it's a totally different scene.
Also, I hope they don't go all out with the special effects. Those are normally turn offs for me, unless they are done EXTREMELY well (like LOTR well). I wonder how they're going to make Edward sparkle without making it seem too fake.
I'm scared that the movie will turn out terrible (don't get me wrong! I'm not expecting it to be, nor am I wanting it to be!). :/ I just hope that Catherine Hardwicke worked the scenes well and that she will be able to satisfy the crazed Twilight fans.
debussygirl wrote:xKatieCullenx wrote:unlikelyfan wrote:And I hope that we get to experience a lot of Bella's point of views...maybe some internal monologing would be nice.
I thought of this too, because a large part of Bella's character seems to be in her thoughts, doesn't it? But I saw a little bit of the script and they have in italics voiceovers of her thoughts in certain scenes. Yes!
How did you see the script? How? So jealous!!
cidluen wrote:There's only one thing that's been bugging me since day one about the movie, and it may look like a minor thing but it bothers me a lot... Does anyone think the movie will result worth-watching to non-twilighters? In the case it isn't, I'll have to watch it by myself (my friens aren't into twilight... or books, actually) and I'd hate that. In the other hand, the movie is going to be good and I don't need to worry about that... right? I'm insanely stressed about this because I assume that a box office failure in terms of expectations revolving general audience means no sequels.
I don't think I'd be happy about that
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