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Twilight is a series of novels that has a very good plot-line. The characters are not one-dimensional or shameless lumps of fan-service.
The nature of the character's race is in no way ambiguous. The books keep in touch with the actual myths about vampires and creatures, and don't make up any BS about sparkling to make teenage actors look prettier. The books are certainly not occupied by a facially-deformed teenage girl's obsession with aforementioned shiny-fags, or Ex-shark boys who conveniently never wear a shirt. Some of it's best qualities are that the dialogue is clever and clichés are nowhere to be seen, and the storyline doesn't make nonsensical turns to avoid any major conflict, or to realize the actual consequences of teenage marriage or pregnancy. While it could have just made everything magically go away due to the baby being able to think and take care of itself or the mother turn into a vampire during childbirth, instead it confronts the real, practical problems that a smitten, hormonal teenage girl faces, and sends a positive message to teenage girls everywhere.
Moreover, the movies are original and worth seeing, and there are more reasons to go and watch them than to get an easy date with a girl or laugh at amateur attempts at action, romance and comedy, and CERTAINLY not to laugh at the distorted facial expressions of Kristen Stewart. Also, she is a good actress and can display more than one emotion during a movie.
As a side note, no one, including myself, has ever reported to prefer having eyes gouged out by rusty knitting needles than re-reading the Twilight Books.