I actually got the biggest kick out of this movie. Having read all the Twilight books, but somehow missing out on all three movies, might have been a part of it. I thought this light spoof did a great job holding a coherent plot, compressing the huge oeuvre into one hour and 20 minutes, and telling the Bella/Edward story pretty well.
Fans of Jacob are likely to be disappointed with the short shrift his character – and the other wolves – get. The “ending” goes some way in addressing this.
Each character was very much “in character” the entire time, which is a step up from the morbidly nonsensical spoofs along the Epic Movie/Scary Movie lines. The plot moved along so swiftly it was hard to get decent Peetimes.
While this film has been pretty much panned by everyone else, I’ll give it a B-. I had a good time with it.
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