Twilight: A Review of the Saga

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This is my opinionof the Twilight Saga. I might be a little cruel, but it IS just an opinion. Now, most of it is based after i saw the movie, but i read the books first.

Submitted: May 24, 2010

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I first read Twilight, i was in seventh grade.I also, happened to read Breaking Dawn before i read Eclipse. Anyway, i read the series and pretty much fell into the phase of every teenage girl has when they read the series. I loved it, i even had a perfect edward in my mind. When i heard that there was going to be a movie, i immeadiately wanted to see it. not because of the crae, but to compare to the book. I thought, it was an easy enough bookto match, they had a shot. Even if they didnt make it perfect, they could have good graphics...I couldnt have been more wrong.

I went to the movie with a few friends. And the entire time, i was disgusted. Now i know this seems like a movie review, but this is the background.

The movie had me comparing it to the book. that meant i had to think about the book. That got me thinking. There is no plot line to the saga. It is the story of a teenage girl's obseion with  a guy. And to cover up THAT part, she threw in a few vampires and a little bit of danger. Classic story. Princess meets Prince. They fall in love. Princess gets in danger. Princes battles and saves the Damsel-in-Distress. They get married and live happily ever after. I know that there are VERY few different plot lines, but Stephenie just couldnt make it a decent story. I would rate this book about 1 and 1/2 stars out of 7. I know, weird scale, but who cares. I say this to all twilight fans, both movie and book: Get over th obsessions. Taylor isnt that hot, nor is Robert. Kristen Stewart cant act in ANY movie, and the books has a flat line. It isnt worth the fuss.


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