The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2
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Continuity mistake: At the end, when Bella is thrown into Edward, she is wearing shoes with a heel, but a few seconds later she is wearing regular boots. (01:32:50)

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Other mistake: In the credits Emmett is written "Emmert". While the font is odd, the R is noticeably different to the T next to it. (01:41:05)

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Trivia: On the forged documents, Jacob's last name is 'Wolfe'.

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Continuity mistake: During the confrontation, Aro asks to meet Renesmee who proceeds to touch his face with her right hand. From her perspective, the fingers are well below Aro's side burn. From the opposite shot, her fingers touch his hair.

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Continuity mistake: At the end, when Bella is thrown into Edward, she is wearing shoes with a heel, but a few seconds later she is wearing regular boots. (01:32:50)

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Question: Can vampires and werewolves be killed or injured by anything other than vampires and werewolves?

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Answer: Sure. The problem is that these films portray vampires and werewolves as having super-human abilities, so it'd be significantly harder for a regular person to kill one. But nothing about the films seems to indicate it's overtly impossible.

Answer: Aro also makes the argument that for the first time in our history humans pose a threat to our kind with their weapons that can destroy us. Theoretically any weapons that can tear apart and/or burn the vampires would work. So, yes, things other than vampires and werewolves can kill the vampires and werewolves.

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