The Twilight Sagas: New Moon, Eclipse and Break­ing Dawn, parts one and two

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Whether you were a die-hard “Twi­heart” or per­haps you sim­ply dipped in and out of the films for your rec­om­mended daily dose of Robert Pat­tin­son, this noughties movie fran­chise left its mark on the teenage years of a gen­er­a­tion.

We can ar­gue that few, if any, of the en­tries were any good. We can ar­gue their moral­ity and/or phi­los­o­phy and de­bate what (mixed) mes­sages the core au­di­ence took from the se­ries as a whole. But one can­not deny the cul­tural im­pact of the se­ries.

It all started in­no­cently — the Twilight books sold spec­tac­u­larly and Hol­ly­wood spot­ted its chance. Cather­ine Hard­wicke, who had form in al­ter­na­tive teen-angst movies thanks

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