Answering the central question weighing on every Twilight fan’s mind – whether the film would carry enough of the romantic end of the book’s story – she says:
Let me reassure those of you who still doubt the romance of the film that it is there. It is so totally there! Every kiss you expect to see is there. Every moment of longing and confusion is there. From marriage proposals to leg hitches, it’s all there… and then some. The chemistry is hotter than ever. No need to worry about this side of the film.
She went on to state that what will really grab the viewers’ memories is the action-oriented end of the picture.
I think the thing everyone will be talking about when they walk out of the theatre is the action. Action, action, action! Vampires being vampires and werewolves being werewolves. The action in the film rocks! It’s fast paced and intense. Yes, there is blood and the vampires die on film exactly as described in the books. Some of it will make you say “ewwww,” but then if you’ve read the book you know how certain characters go out in the end.
Alphie saw Eclipse during Oprah’s special screening event in Chicago a few weeks back and stated that while “the sound for the film we saw was mostly raw, meaning not a lot of over dubbing had been done to clean up the vocal quality of the dialogue, and . . . the sound track wasn’t completely provided,” “what we DID see was 100% of the storyline.”
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Source: Twilight Examiner