Mon, 14 Nov 2011 21:49:33 GMT | By Sean Plummer
Twilight: The saga’s best and worst moments

Best: Meeting the Volturi (New Moon)



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While the acting talents of the Twilight films' three leads often come into dispute, there is little doubting the excellence of Michael Sheen. As Aro, the leader of the vampire leadership known as the Volturi, Sheen displays both charm and menace in the film's dramatic climax as Aro susses out Bella's gifts, including resisting both his mind reading and fellow Volturi Jane's (Dakota Fanning) ability to inflict pain. "She confounds us all!" Aro says with equal measures of disbelief and amusement. The ensuing fight between Edward and Felix (Daniel Cudmore) is almost unnecessary in terms of creating tension.

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