Carlisle's History-- It's clear that the Cullens operate with a different set of rules than most vampires. However, without knowing that it took two centuries of "torturous effort" for the clan's patriarch to perfect his self-control, or that now, nearly 300 years later, he's developed an immunity to the scent of human blood, you can't really grasp the struggle that the relatively young Edward faces each time he's near Bella. Or for that matter, the way his actions put the entire Cullen coven at risk.
Alice and Bella's Friendship-- In the rush to tighten the plot timeline, moviegoers miss out on the development of a very real bond that develops between Bella and Alice. And, in fact, the countless hours Alice spends at Bella's house endear her to Charlie. While Twilight doesn't suffer greatly from this omission, it's going to require some serious backtracking for the now greenlit New Moon.
Jasper's Power-- Here is an omission that did a great disservice to moviegoers. Not sure which one Jasper Hale was? He was the vampire brother that looked deranged, or at least constipated, every time his face graced the screen. It would have taken, what, a minute to explain that Jasper has the ability to manipulate the emotions of those around him? One minute to explain the reason behind all those crazy, intense looks he was continually throwing off.
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