I don't like Twilight. I find the characters shallow; the plot boring and cliche; and the hidden messages frightening. But in the hands of another author - someone who wouldn't let their religious upbringing, their misogynistic views, and their twisted romantic ideals colour the story - it could have been really fantastic.
First off, the grammar would have to be fixed. The purple prose minimised and the no geral, global composição literária polished up.
Next the characters would have to be made realistic, their actions have an effect on the plot, and their history an effect on them.
After leitura the post "Bella as a heroine should be illegal" por bendaimmortal, it got me thinking. Obviously, no-one would consider Bella cisne a heroine. If you do, you have got a really great deal of imagination, or a warped sense of the world. Because, and I'm sure most Twilight fãs would agree, the girl didn't do anything at all. Save being overly dramatic and being the damsel in distress.
What about the Cullens then? What about Carlisle, Alice, Esme, Jasper, Rosalie and Emmett? What about He-Who-Sparkles-In-Broad-Daylight? Would they be considered heroes/heroines?
A rant made over the prejudging and generalizing por others towards Twilight fans. This video was made due to the overwhelming generalizing and prejudgement witnessed these past few days por different people