History YMMV / Twilight

6th Apr '16 4:54:30 AM najhoant
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** The CGI baby in ''Breaking Dawn part 2''.

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** The notorious CGI baby in ''Breaking Dawn part 2''.Part 2''. As the guys from Podcast/RiffTrax put it:
-->"Jack-Jack from ''Film/TheIncredibles'' looked less digial than this thing!"
1st Apr '16 5:47:58 AM Adept
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** Creator/DakotaFanning plays Jane, a vampire, in the film adaptations. Her little sister [[Creator/ElleFanning Elle]] would eventually also play a vampire in [[FrancisFordCoppola Francis Ford Coppola's]] 2011 film ''Twixt''.
** Two words: [[MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic Twilight Sparkle]].

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** Creator/DakotaFanning plays Jane, a vampire, in the film adaptations. Her little sister [[Creator/ElleFanning Elle]] would eventually also play a vampire in [[FrancisFordCoppola Francis Ford Coppola's]] Creator/FrancisFordCoppola's 2011 film ''Twixt''.
** Two words: [[MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic [[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic Twilight Sparkle]].
30th Mar '16 5:30:20 PM Scabbard
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** Imprinting is not to the imprinter's advantage either. Meyer explains that any werewolf that do imprint on another woman will fall in love with her. Which is a more positive way of saying he will be obsessed with her, stalk her and never leave her side. He's essentially ''brainwashed'' into serving his love, shallowing his personality, no matter how mean she is to him (Renesmee is guilty of this to Jacob). What's worse is that if the imprintee rejects him (Emily) the imprinter will most likely haul half her face off (Sam), or something akin to it, forcing her to stay with him. Terrifying? Keep in mind that all of this is conveyed in a ''romantic'' light.

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** Imprinting is not to the imprinter's advantage either. Meyer explains that any werewolf that do imprint on another woman will fall in love with her. Which is a more positive way of saying he will be obsessed with her, stalk her and never leave her side. He's essentially ''brainwashed'' into serving his love, shallowing his personality, no matter how mean she is to him (Renesmee is guilty of this to Jacob). What's worse is that if the imprintee rejects him (Emily) the imprinter will most likely haul maul half her face off (Sam), or something akin to it, forcing her to stay with him. Terrifying? Keep in mind that all of this is conveyed in a ''romantic'' light.
23rd Mar '16 4:53:58 AM Omeganian
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** There is an animated series from TheNineties called "The Ketchup Vampires". The heroes are a family of {{Vegetarian Vampire}}s whose son falls in love with a human schoolgirl. The girl's name is, naturally, Bella. Both are a bit younger than in Twilight though.
23rd Mar '16 4:30:40 AM Miumia
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* BilingualBonus: Readers who understand Portuguese will get a laugh at Kaure assuming Edward is a ''Lobishomen'' in Breaking Dawn, since the word (and the legend) derives from ''lobisomem'', which means... werewolf. Even funnier in the Brazilian translation of the book, where they literally translate it as ''lobisomem'', so to the readers is easy to assume Kaure is mistaking Edward for a werewolf of all things.

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* BilingualBonus: Readers who understand Portuguese will get a laugh at Kaure assuming Edward is a ''Lobishomen'' in Breaking Dawn, ''Breaking Dawn'', since the word (and the legend) derives from ''lobisomem'', which means... werewolf. Even funnier in the Brazilian translation of the book, where they literally translate it as ''lobisomem'', so to the readers is easy to assume Kaure is mistaking Edward for a werewolf of all things.
23rd Mar '16 4:29:44 AM Miumia
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* BilingualBonus: Readers who understand Portuguese will get a laugh at Kaure assuming Edward is a '''Lobishomen''' in Breaking Dawn, since the word (and the legend) derives from ''lobisomem'', which means... werewolf. Even funnier in the Brazilian translation of the book, where they literally translate it as ''lobisomem'', so to the readers is easy to assume Kaure is mistaking Edward for a werewolf of all things.

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* BilingualBonus: Readers who understand Portuguese will get a laugh at Kaure assuming Edward is a '''Lobishomen''' ''Lobishomen'' in Breaking Dawn, since the word (and the legend) derives from ''lobisomem'', which means... werewolf. Even funnier in the Brazilian translation of the book, where they literally translate it as ''lobisomem'', so to the readers is easy to assume Kaure is mistaking Edward for a werewolf of all things.
23rd Mar '16 4:27:52 AM Miumia
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* BilingualBonus: Readers who understand Portuguese will get a laugh at Kaure assuming Edward is a '''Lobishomen''' in Breaking Dawn, since the word (and the legend) derives from '''lobisomem''', which means... werewolf. Even funnier in the Brazilian translation of the book, where they literally translate it as '''lobisomem''', so to the readers is easy to assume Kaure is mistaking Edward for a werewolf of all things.

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* BilingualBonus: Readers who understand Portuguese will get a laugh at Kaure assuming Edward is a '''Lobishomen''' in Breaking Dawn, since the word (and the legend) derives from '''lobisomem''', ''lobisomem'', which means... werewolf. Even funnier in the Brazilian translation of the book, where they literally translate it as '''lobisomem''', ''lobisomem'', so to the readers is easy to assume Kaure is mistaking Edward for a werewolf of all things.
23rd Mar '16 4:27:14 AM Miumia
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* BilingualBonus: Readers who understand Portuguese will get a laugh at Kaure assuming Edward is a '''Lobishomen''' in Breaking Dawn, since the word (and the legend) derives from '''lobisomem''', which means... werewolf. Even funnier in the Brazilian translation of the book, where they literally translate it as '''lobisomem''', so to the readers is easy to assume Kaure is mistaking Edward for a werewolf of all things.
14th Mar '16 8:18:47 PM Evighet
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** Vampires are supposed to be highly intelligent and once Bella has been turned into one she often informs us of how fast her brain works now and how much smarter she is than any human. However she is extremely slow on the uptake in most situations and the reader can easily figure out what's going on in any given situation before Bella connects the dots.
6th Mar '16 1:48:08 PM MelancholyUtopia
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** Imprinting is not to the imprinter's advantage either. Meyer explains that any werewolf that do imprint on another woman will fall in love with her. Which is a more positive way of saying he will be obsessed with them, stalking them and never leave their side. He's essentially ''brainwashed'' into serving his love, shallowing his personality, no matter how mean she is to him (Renesmee is guilty of this to Jacob). What's worse is that if the imprintee rejects him (Emily) the imprinter will most likely haul half her face off (Sam), or something akin to it, forcing her to stay with him. Terrifying? Keep in mind that all of this is conveyed in a ''romantic'' light.

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** Imprinting is not to the imprinter's advantage either. Meyer explains that any werewolf that do imprint on another woman will fall in love with her. Which is a more positive way of saying he will be obsessed with them, stalking them her, stalk her and never leave their her side. He's essentially ''brainwashed'' into serving his love, shallowing his personality, no matter how mean she is to him (Renesmee is guilty of this to Jacob). What's worse is that if the imprintee rejects him (Emily) the imprinter will most likely haul half her face off (Sam), or something akin to it, forcing her to stay with him. Terrifying? Keep in mind that all of this is conveyed in a ''romantic'' light.
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