It seems like Twilight fans are divided right down the middle where Breaking Dawn is concerned. Either they love it or they hate it. Me, I fit in the "strongly dislike" category as I have major issues with the main core of the plot, the character development and the message the series, with its final installment, seems to give. I liked the other two, in general, though I'm not up to reading them again any time soon since Bella's narrative is getting on my nerves. I can't handle any more teen angst at the moment. As for how this fits into the films... the way the plot develops in New Moon, I can't see it translating on to film very well since there isn't enough action within the plot to keep a film's pacing up, IMO. Films and books are completely different mediums, what works in one won't necessarily work well in the other. New Moon deals a lot with Bella's feelings and emotions more than with her actually doing much. Eclipse would work better as a film, but you can't really make Eclipse into a movie without making the others. And if they do NM and E, then they will have to do BD to finish the story. And BD... I'm sorry to say, but I just can't picture it as a film. There is a way that it develops that just wouldn't work well on screen. Of course, film makers have a habit of adding and extracting things from novels to make the adaption smoother, so they could work as films depending on what the director and producers envision.