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The acting has improved since the last movie, if that’s a positive thing I don’t know, but it’s still improved. Robert Pattinson isn’t a big part of the movie which I’m fine with since he wasn’t a big part in the book. It was weird that he showed up here and there but I won’t complain.

As for Jacob Black, I hate what they’ve done with his character, it’s such a shame that a more experienced actor didn’t get the part, at least then ┬áhe wouldn’t come across as a whiney little brat. Taylor Lautner has taken my advise and given himself the gift of acting lessons but clearly it didn’t help him. The clenching of the jaw is his trademark expression and that’s all he has to give!┬áKristen Stewart as Bella Swan is still horrid, I don’t know why people say that she was the best actor in the movie, but at the same time I can understand why since all they have to compare with is Taylor Lautner.

The movie itself was an average 3 out of 5, the scenery was perfect except for the part where Bella and Alice went to Italy so they could save Edward, that part reminded me of Pushing Daisies. It’s not a bad thing but it doesn’t actually fit into the previous mood of the movie where everything is mostly dark and gloomy. It’s a shame that the other members of the Cullen family weren’t a large part in the movie and that’s why I’m looking forward to Eclipse and Breaking Dawn, even though the same main actors will remain in the franchise.


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I’m an avid reader. In my room there are more books than anything else., but I still think that there are some books that I’ve missed reading and for me that means a great loss. Books are a magical wonder, they can make you feel everything and nothing, all at the same time. You read books to escape the world, to just pass the time or maybe even find answers (not talking about the encyclopedia or a dictionary).

My question is: Which books should a person have had read before the opportunity is lost? And to all you little Twilight fans…no I don’t think that the Twilight series is God’s gift to the literary world. I’m talking about masterpieces not fiction for people who think Edward Cullen is Robert Pattinson and not the other way around.

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