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