To choose Edward, Bella also has to reject all the trappings of human life for reasons that seem inexplicable. Though the Cullen kids go to high school, for some reason we're given to understand that Bella's transformation into a vampire means she won't be able to go to college.
Please don't ruin parts of storyline for other people. I haven't seen this movie. No, I'm not a Twilight "fan", but I do watch the movies and don't think too in depth about it and just enjoy it as a cheesy vampire film.
It's one thing if it wasn't directly on the front page, but it was. Be considerate.
"The Last Airbender" is an agonizing experience in every category I can think of and others still waiting to be invented. The laws of chance suggest that something should have gone right. Not here.
Twilight's like soccer. They run around for 2 hours, nobody scores, and its billion fans insist you just don't understand.
Why does Team Jacob always have to lose? Because Eclipse is a movie about rejecting adulthood, not just as a person but also as a culture. It's about rejecting adult relationships between men and women, but also between people of different races and between people from the city (like Victoria's army) and people from Forks. It's about never crossing boundaries, never leaving home.
'Still, when the hosts of "Strip Search" Smooth Wolf announce that the guys get to go on a shopping trip vampire hunt, and the room explodes into cheering and high-fives, it's like watching the tides change suddenly and drastically. Even the two hosts laugh and look at each other, completely confused. "Oh my god, they're so excited! I had no idea they were gonna get that excited!" Downstairs, we cut to the guys singing together, "We're going shopping vampire hunting! We're going shopping vampire hunting!" as they hurriedly change clothes to leave.'
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