So SM her self complained that the movie Eclipse showed too much about Victoria and the newborns than the love triangle that Bella was in.
I honestly cant agree with her more. If they showed how much more of a struggle Bella was going through with her decision making process the conversation with Jacob would have been more of a tear jerker. The scene where Bella is talking to Angela was deleted but it would have been the best scene to show Edward and Jacob struggle they are going through.
What do you think is SM right should they have left Victoria and the Newborns out of most of the movie.
I liked the newborn/Riley/Victoria scenes. That might be partly because I also really liked The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner, and I enjoyed seeing that part of the story brought to life a little. The first two movies could have used different view points. I honestly don't like any movie being from just one perspective throughout the entire thing. You need a small break from the main character once in a while to know what's happening beyond her/him, so it deepens the plot of the story. And I liked it anyway. :D
Although, I also think that they did a poor job portraying all the struggles that went on with the love triangle. I understand the film has a time limit, and the director had a huge cast of characters that each have their own individual story, but Bella just seems so flaky and uninterested (in my opinion) in the movie compared to the book. (My mom hadn't read the books yet when I made her watch the movie, and she said, "I'm confused. Why doesn't Bella love the vampire anymore? Actually, she seems angry with him all the time...except when she wants some. ...And why are we supposed to sympathize with the werewolf again? No offense, honey, but this isn't the love story I signed up for." ... -_- It was pretty bad.)
What I really think is the problem is that they need to expand the length of the movie, even by just a little. That would make a big, better difference.