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Of the three that have come out so far, I feel this one was the best. You were given the background stories on some of the characters that brought them further to life, a lot of humor was thrown in, the chemistry between Bella, Edward and Jacob is top notch and well it was just entertaining. Kristen Stewart did a remarkable job on showing us how difficult it is for her choosing between Jacob and Edward. There was a scene that Edward, Jacob and Bella stay overnight in a tent and the dialog between the two boy’s was intensely funny, in a werewolf/vampire kind of way. Bella’s dad had plenty of offbeat comments making him come further to life. All in all, I give this movie an A. I know I am waiting on pins and needles to see the last one because this one did such a good job pumping you up for the final installment.
A quick note about my pee time near the end of the movie…if you absolutely can’t hold it, go during this scene. It is where the battle takes place, we have the good vampires and werewolves beating the crap out of the bad vampires, the graphics were pretty cool, and well lets face it, it’s fun to watch bad things die.
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