Jacob said he just about had a heart attack, and he still seemed pretty freaked out by Jacob when Charlie was at the Cullens with Bella.
Jake almosed ripped his dad up when he phased the first time just because he said he looked weird. Charlie Might be freaked out but he will get over it and go on with his life as if nothing happend.
No reason to call you anything except Laurlynn. :-)
Melissa Rosenberg (sp) is the screenwriter for all teh Twilight movies. She is know n for being a feminist and has been quoted (though now I am paraphrasing) in the past saying that Bella was not a very good representative for women so she would be revising her to be more modern.
She wrote them all. I do understand your feelings. Have you ever noticed that she never has Bella say to Edward she loves him in the first movie? Not once! She has an overvoice moment quoting the famous line 'Three things that I am sure of...' but she never once says to him I love you. She cut out as many signs of volunerability as she could.
When I first saw the movie I had not heard of the books and so I just watched A movie. If you had asked me to summarize the movie then, I would have said something like: Bella was a girl who appeared innocent initially but was hardcore and it took a vampire to until a nonhuman love softened her.
I don't remember that scene from NM. It must be really fast.
There are a lot of scenes that I feel need changing/improving/better direction, but there is really one that every time I think about it makes me soooooooooo angry! I guess I shouldn't be too judgmental. If you've never experienced such soul-deep pain and loss then they wouldn't have any reference to draw on.