1 Sorry Twilight Fans...Saundazzz | 16/12/2010 | See all Saundazzz's reviews (54)I was forced to watch this film by my girlfriend, having never seen any of the previous films (well, to be honest actively avoiding them), and so knowing only the basic structure of the characters and storyline, so I am writing this review purely from a man's perspective, if you are a guy being pressured into watching this drivel by a loved one, perhaps it would be useful to read this review first!Ok firstly, I was promised a Vampires Vs. Werewolves "War" by the Mrs as well as the blurb on the DVD box, and pretty much all the dialogue throughout the film was predicting "something big", we were also treated to some rediculously cheesey "training" sequences at certain points, in preparation for the "War". This culminated in a "War" between about 20 people, which lasted about 2 and half minutes (through most of which the main characters are hiding in a tent).The other thing which got on my nerves was the main werewolf love interest, whom I cannot imagine possibly being any more annoying. In literally EVERY scene this guy is in his love for the female lead is all he drones about, to the point where all you want is for him to get killed at some point, and can't help but question why on earth the main female would constantly spend time alone with him... Which possibly would have worked as some kind of "love-triangle" dealio if it would for the fact that Kristen Stewart couldn't act her way out of a paper bag, and therefor you can't really tell if she loves or hates literally anyone in the movie.The storyline seems to think it's about 10 times more clever than it is, as does the script. Overall there is pretty much nothing good about this film.... If your girlfriend/wife/whoever try to force you to watch this, do yourself a favour, go and do something else.