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Re: Non Book-based Scenes

Post by mgrassel06 » Sat Nov 29, 2008 4:25 pm

Yeah, one of the first things I noticed was that they had Italy on the locations list. AHHHH YAYAYAYAYAAY!!!
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Re: Non Book-based Scenes

Post by freeml » Sat Nov 29, 2008 7:58 pm

Italy is sooo beautiful, I am so excited that they will be shooting there! I wonder where they will do the filming? (I believe there is actually a place called Volterra, but who knows if it fits with the location described in the book?)

Also, since they're filming on location, you know the budget is a lot bigger! :D
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Re: Non Book-based Scenes

Post by dimber » Sun Nov 30, 2008 3:00 pm

freeml wrote:Italy is sooo beautiful, I am so excited that they will be shooting there! I wonder where they will do the filming? (I believe there is actually a place called Volterra, but who knows if it fits with the location described in the book?)

Also, since they're filming on location, you know the budget is a lot bigger! :D


There is indeed...and it fits perfectly Stephenie's description.

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Re: Non Book-based Scenes

Post by bite_me » Thu Dec 11, 2008 5:12 pm

I dont get it, I thought the budget being bigger didnt have anything to do with location? Coukld someone explain? :oops:
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Re: Non Book-based Scenes

Post by Babeasaurus » Wed Dec 17, 2008 8:20 am

I'm not sure anyone has said this but did anyone notice Victoria crying at the end of the movie? I thought the vampires couldn't cry? Because in BD Bella said something that she now knew how hard it was for Esme to try and cry because she was only letting out the sounds of crying. It was just the idea of Victoria crying really annoyed me.

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Re: Non Book-based Scenes

Post by Dazzled_by_Cullens » Wed Dec 17, 2008 11:20 am

Babeasaurus wrote:I'm not sure anyone has said this but did anyone notice Victoria crying at the end of the movie? I thought the vampires couldn't cry? Because in BD Bella said something that she now knew how hard it was for Esme to try and cry because she was only letting out the sounds of crying. It was just the idea of Victoria crying really annoyed me.


Yeah I noticed that too and found it to be aggrivating. The editing people really need to pay attention to these small details or they should have had more of Steph's involvement.
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Re: Non Book-based Scenes

Post by Carlyzmom » Sun Dec 21, 2008 12:38 am

YourFavoriteAries wrote:I thought the way Rob said Hello in the second biology scene was weird...
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I don't know if it was British, I'd have to see again, but definitely weird.
:lol:

He did a great job with the accent overall though.


I thought that was weird too. The way he said hello. All of his other voice parts were normal sounding. Maybe because he was under so much tension. Who knows?
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Re: Non Book-based Scenes

Post by -Jasper » Tue Dec 23, 2008 3:02 pm

The greenhouse scene wasn't really needed, but it went alright.

I think the scenes are a bit different because not all of them where from Bella's point of view, so we could see what was happening when Bella wasn't there.
eg, the scene with Victoria, James, Laurent and the man on the boat.
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Re: Non Book-based Scenes

Post by Immy93 » Tue Dec 23, 2008 3:15 pm

-Jasper wrote:The greenhouse scene wasn't really needed, but it went alright.

I think the scenes are a bit different because not all of them where from Bella's point of view, so we could see what was happening when Bella wasn't there.
eg, the scene with Victoria, James, Laurent and the man on the boat.


I thought most of them were okay but there was one that really irritated me!
At the end when Victoria was at the prom!
Edward would have been able to smell her! Not to mention weren't the other Cullens supposed to be there too?!

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Re: Non Book-based Scenes

Post by CalTrain_Twilighter » Tue Dec 23, 2008 5:16 pm

Dang it! You're right; Edward should've totally known Victoria was at the prom!

I giggled when I read this:
Carlyzmom wrote:
YourFavoriteAries wrote:I thought the way Rob said Hello in the second biology scene was weird...
:?

I don't know if it was British, I'd have to see again, but definitely weird.
:lol:

He did a great job with the accent overall though.


I thought that was weird too. The way he said hello. All of his other voice parts were normal sounding. Maybe because he was under so much tension. Who knows?


I also think the way Edward said "seventeen" in the forest scene was off a bit; it seemed too deep compared to his next line..."Awhile". :D

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