The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1

Other mistake: Emmett states that the Cullens "haven't hunted in weeks", meaning all of the vampires should have black eyes. However, all of the actors still have their golden contacts in. This is especially noticeable on the Blu-Ray.

Other mistake: When Edward and Bella are playing chess on their Isle Esme, Edward takes one of Bella's pieces but puts his own piece down on the wrong square.

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Revealing mistake: Notice when Edward picks up Bella at the island. He kind of stumbles like Bella is heavy although he has superhuman strength.

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Edward Cullen: No measure of time with you will be long enough. But we'll start with forever.

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Trivia: The newborn goo used during Bella's birth scene was made from cream cheese and jelly.

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Question: In the credits at the end, there is a Volturi scene where Aro reads a message written by his receptionist "Swwwweet Bianca." He points out that she spelt Carlisle's name incorrectly, then he gestures to the guards, to take her away and kill her. Of the note, he says, "First, it's the spelling, then the grammar." What does this mean? (What does he mean by "then the grammar"?).

Answer: He's merely justifying why Bianca should be killed. While reading the note, he notes that she misspelled "Carlisle", then surmises she'll also make grammar errors. Aro does not tolerate imperfections, has little regard for human life, and most likely intended to dispose of her.

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