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    Quote Originally Posted by britchick, post: 267473
    yes i thought that the two scenes were done very well, especially isle esme, am i allowed to say phwooaar? lol
    I guess there are just some elements of twilight I just won't ever understand
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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith, post: 267474
    I guess there are just some elements of twilight I just won't ever understand
    what the bit about the handsome eligible young man with an element of danger whisking you away to a private island?

    tale as old as time... lol














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    Quote Originally Posted by britchick, post: 267475
    what the bit about the handsome eligible young man with an element of danger whisking you away to a private island?

    tale as old as time... lol
    I'm a hopeless romantic :) the books are wonderful and in the books Edward is an awesome character and I get it (although wow, attitude to Jacob, cruel much??)

    It's the actor playing edward in the films that as a male I just don't get don't worry, I'm sure it says more about me than their choice of actor given the whoops and women falling in the aisles at the cinema but as a guy, I wouldn't mind looking like Jacob but I wouldnt expect too much if I looked like edward with his shirt off
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    Yep Edward could whisk me away to isle Esme whenever he wanted, I'd even get in that little speedboat thingy to get there and I wouldn't do that for many people!






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    Quote Originally Posted by lisaw, post: 267477
    Yep Edward could whisk me away to isle Esme whenever he wanted, I'd even get in that little speedboat thingy to get there and I wouldn't do that for many people!
    yep it did look a bit precarious

    No love for poor old Jacob then?
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    Jacob is 2 years older than my son
    i've never been about the beef cake really, it scares me a little coupled with i like intelligent men ....i'll let you fill in the rest.

    what can i say about the chap playing Edward........his hair, his eyes, his neck, his back, his arms......... oh my need to go for a cold shower. He has beefed out a bit too for this one, or maybe it's special effects. Millions of women can't be wrong, can they?














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    Nope no beefcake for me either, bit of luck really cos the chance would have been a fine thing!

    Yep the hair, the eyes and the way he treats Bella does it for me!






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    I'll be the lone woman in the corner who doesn't really care for either actors physically, but (and it may sound a cliche) their personalities in the movies are what keeps me watching.

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    Im not a fan of either of them either physically, but from the clips ive seen edward is really protective and i quite like that!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Kate, post: 267490
    Im not a fan of either of them either physically, but from the clips ive seen edward is really protective and i quite like that!
    me too of course i don't need protecting but sometimes it is nice

    i don't like R Patz as himself, just as the characters he plays.














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