You know what I’m talking about…
What did you guys think? I want to know!
I LOVED IT!
I want to see the movie, even though I’m not completely addicted yet. Glad you liked it!
Started reading the book Saturday night, finished it last night and now I can’t wait to go see the movie. I’m glad to hear you liked it!
100% cheese… 100% AWESOME.
I know exactly what you mean by ” don’t move “! Ahhh! My favorite part. I wish there would have been more ” romantic” scenes, but overall I liked the movie a lot!
I’m waiting until the hordes of screaming 15 year-olds dies down so I can see it with my other addicted friend (who is going to lend me Breaking Dawn when we see each other since I don’t have it – but it’s on my christmas list).
She’s a little hesitant. She has to see it of course, I’ve been bouncing in my chair everytime I see a trailer online, but she says that the actors aren’t how she’s pictured the characters in her head so she’s not sure if she’ll like it as much as she could because if it.
I’m just super excited and everytime someone says the word “twilight” or “edward” or others, in regard to anything, I’m all perked up but they laugh at me because it’s not what they were talking about at all.
I think the chemistry they (Edward and Bella) had on screen was AMAZING!!! I really believed. The story kind of jumped around, and if you have not read the book, you could get confused…….but otherwise EXCELLENT!
But again……….I’m all for a love story……
I liked it! Bella was perfectly casted and I got a big kick out of Mike, too. 🙂 But what’s with all the makeup? I had a hard time finding that as inhumanly beautiful as Edward is supposed to be…
I loved it too! My favorite part was listening to the teen girls’ reaction when Jacob appeared for the first time. I leaned over to my friend and said, “Wait til they show Edward for the first time.” The tweens did not disappoint. Loved the shrieks! Great show!
I was disappointed in the movie as a whole (they left out a lot of key intricacies that I thought were very important), but LOVED LOVED LOVED LOVED LOVED Robert Pattinson as Edward.
OMG that last scene where he dipped her to kiss her neck…I was on the edge of my seat!!! I wish the whole movie left me feeling that way–since the book did.
I think I was one of the lucky few whose midnight screening was NOT ruined by teeny boppers–sure, they were there in droves, but they somehow managed to contain themselves throughout the film. Except, of course, when Edward first appeared, but hey–can’t blame them for squealing over that one!
i LOVED the tweens and the screaming and the drama! it made it even more fun – it was light hearted good old fashioned fun! can’t wait for the other movies. 🙂
Well….I didn’t like it as much as I thought I would. BUT the movie is never as good as the book. I felt like it went too fast and we didn’t really get a chance to see their love develop. It was more like they met and she was ready to die. But I suppose they can only do so much in two hours. Don’t get me wrong I’m really glad I saw it this weekend and I’m thrilled that they’ve greenlit (greenlighted?) New Moon and will see that opening weekend as well.
LOVED it. Favorite part is when he says “I’m going to hell anyways” and puts his arm around Bella. *swoon. My love affair with Edward continues….. AND they just sold movie rights to make films out of the rest of the series. AND did anyone catch Stephenie Meyer’s cameo in the film?????
I haven’t read it yet myself but I hear good things. Supposedly Stephanie Meyer began to write the first book from Edwards perspective but it got leaked so she stopped. No idea how much truth there is to it but…
I loved the books so much I’m afraid to be disappointed…
I waited in line with all the 15 yr olds on Friday night. LOVED the movie, even though it was very cheesy. I admit I also found Edward a little lacking as the perfect man, but then I am also a little older than their target audience! 🙂 Where can I get one of those “Bite Me” shirts!? Team Edward!!
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