Perfect Cast

I read the Twilight books before I heard about the movie. I was very very very excited when I heard about the movie Twilight coming out but also a bit worried that it wasn't going to be as good ast the book. The books are so long with so many important parts that I thought "how are these movie people going to put all the scenes that I had in my head when I read the book?". For me reading a book is like a movie in your head.When I saw and heard who was the cast for the movie I was over joyed. They look perfect. Perfect to be Bella Swan, Edward Cullen and just everyone who is in the book. I thought that Kristan Stewert was going to make a great Bella and that Edward looked so good I instantly fell in love with all the cast. What do you think about the cast and the movie? Will it live up to the book?

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Nov 17, 2008 10:42PM EST

WHAT ARE YOU HIGH!!!! They are NOT the perfect cast for the Twilight Series. Okay, the Edward Cullen actor I can deal with, but the girl they picked for Bella, ARE YOU FREAKING KIDDING ME!!!!! It's like they didn't even read the books, totally RUINED IT!!!!!!!

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Nov 17, 2008 10:59PM EST

Okay well... Kristen Stewart the girl playing Bella does sorta have a low voice but what do you mean they RUINED IT? I mean hopefully they keep most of the parts from the book the same in the movie but WHY DO YOU THINK THE CAST IS SO BAD?

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Nov 18, 2008 9:34AM EST

yeah i agree with kamaznio they are ruining the book and the edward cullen in my head is a hell of alot cuter then THAT person and i mean the girl they picked for bella is a rip off honestly i could bloodly direct the film better thyen they will with my eyes closed. the fight sequence at the end is a load of rubbish EDWARD DOIESNT FIGHT HIM DERRRR!!!!!!! they will ruin the book completly and unless they do decide to stick to the story line then well im afraid that the film will be a disaster and any other twilight reader will agree with me THEY NEED TO STICK TO TNHE PLOT!!!!!!!!!!!! they may have screwed this one up lets just hope the second one will be an improvement XOXO

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Nov 18, 2008 11:41PM EST

Ugh. The movie is going to be a thousand times better than the book I think. (Even if Kristen Stewart is the most expressionless, boring actress I've ever seen) Half of the book was pointless drabble. Honestly, who gives a crap about seating arrangements? The plot in Twilight was almost decent, and hopefully, the movie will cut through the clutter and tell the story we all love. Robert Pattinson has big shoes to fill, but he has such a quite elegance that I think he will do an amazing job, even if he isn't the 'epitome of a greek god', or a 'model in an advertisement for raincoats'. (Who would even come close the perfect man in the books? Wouldn't we all like to know?) I'm sure the movie will be a hit, because there is no place to go but up.
As far as the rest of the series, I rather hope they don't make a movie. The 2nd-4th books were sloppy, with plot twists that were obviously just thown in on a whim. The fourth book was especially terrible; it was as if Stephanie was trying to cram in as many characters as possible and forgot that educated readers can tell the difference between a good story and a hastily thrown together list of names and powers, with a shoddy monologue on the side. The plot line isn't even worth mentioning.
All in all, Twilight is a great story, but Mrs. Meyers could have done an infinately better job telling it. The movie looks worthwhile, but the books can stay on the middle school easy reading list where they belong.

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