91% of people can't name these Twilight movies from just one screenshot! Can you?

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The "Twilight Saga" brings humans, vampires and werewolves together in a love story for the ages. Known for a beautiful cast and compelling drama, the movies attract people of all ages. Take a bite at these movies and see how many you can name from a screenshot.

At the series’ conclusion, "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2" shows what the "Twilight" movies could be at their best. The final movie is full of action, unexpected plot twists, and pleasant surprises that ultimately makes this movie special and different from anything we've seen before.

When Bella moves to Washington, her life changes completely. First, she gets unfamiliar attention from the male population of her new high school; second, the attention from one male in particular: a vampire named Edward Cullen.

The first movie of the successful "Twilight" franchise was released in 2008. It was perhaps the most popular in the entire series.

The beautiful wedding, shown in "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1," with blossom-laden trees framing a lakeside altar, means that Bella must become a vampire herself in the near future. But first, she wants to enjoy her honeymoon as a human.

The existence of little Renesmee causes a conflict with the sinister Volturi vampire clan, led by Aro (Michael Sheen), and the stage is set for a titanic battle.

Director Catherine Hardwicke nails the teen emotions and relationships in "Twilight" - the most romantic movie in the series, with a mysterious atmosphere.

In "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2," Bella and Edward are finally together. They get a place of their own, where they can quietly raise their child. Incredibly beautiful 11-year-old Mackenzie Foy played Renesmee as a child.

"The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2" is the final part, where the Cullens gather other vampire clans in order to protect Renesmee. When Jacob imprints on Renesmee, werewolves also join the battle.

The first movie contains the best romantic scenes. Think about a scene in a forest or the one where Pattinson’s Edward emerges in the school parking lot, wearing sunglasses and slinging his arm around Bella, while the whole school is watching them.

In this movie, Bella and Edward have started a new life. However, their happiness doesn't last long. When Bella gives birth, her daughter's blood is part vampire and part human, and a series of misfortunes threaten to destroy their world.

"The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2" is considered to be the most entertaining "Twilight" movie by many. Bella finally becomes a vampire, their daughter turns out to be the most beautiful and intelligent creature, and everything is as it should be - except for the final battle that will change everything.

"The Twilight Saga: Eclipse" is the movie where Bella kisses Jacob and is forced to choose between vampire Edward and werewolf Jacob. Even though she loves Edward, she still wants to be friends with Jacob and can't let him go.

"The Twilight Saga: New Moon" is the second "Twilight" movie, where heartbroken Bella discovers that vampires aren't the only supernatural creatures in her town.

The adaptation of the bestselling young-adult novel by Stephenie Meyer was so popular that it inspired the "Fifty Shades of Grey" franchise - a sexier, erotic version of "Twilight." In fact, E.L. James' "Fifty Shades of Grey" is just "Twilight" fan fiction that she wrote on her phone.

In "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse," Edward tells Bella he doesn’t want to have sex with her until after they’re married. Even though he proposes to Bella and she says yes, she still has some feelings for Jacob, who is also in love with her.

In "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1," Bella says yes and becomes Edward's wife. However, she is still not ready to become a vampire. She wants to enjoy her wedding and honeymoon first, and, unlike Edward, she is not afraid that he could accidentally hurt her.

At the end of "The Twilight Saga: New Moon," Bella flies to Italy to save Edward so the movie can use the sad final death scene from the immortal classic - "Romeo and Juliet" - the very play Edward was reciting in an opening scene.

The first "Twilight" book and movie were so popular that they evolved into the "Fifty Shades of Grey" trilogy. At first, it was called "Master of the Universe (MotU)" and, in fact, it was just "Twilight Saga" fan fiction, written by E.L. James under the pen name Snowqueen Icedragon.

The slow-paced and romantic "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1" begins with a beautiful wedding and honeymoon in Brazil, but ends with the most terrifying scene of live childbirth ever shown in a PG-13 movie and Bella's transition into a vampire.

Stephenie Meyer's youth culture phenomenon, "Twilight," was one of the most anticipated movies in 2008. Just like the novel, the film shows an intense romantic relationship between a gorgeous vampire and an ordinary girl.

In "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2," we see that Renesmee is growing way too fast - she appears to be seven when she’s only about six months old. She also has some supernatural abilities, and when this is spotted by neighboring vampire clan member, Irina (Maggie Grace), she mistakenly believes Renesmee is an “immortal child” and alerts the Volturi.

From Edward's shiny silver Volvo and Bella's old red truck to the glittery meadow scene, the lullaby, the longing looks, and the somewhat weird monologues, Hardwicke and screenwriter Melissa Rosenberg have included the majority of the book's essential details.

"The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2" is the last "Twilight," movie with a final battle so unsatisfying that it hurts. Seriously, what kind of movie is that when even the important final fight everyone was talking about appeared to be just a dream?

It seems like producers totally forgot about the first movie while making sequels. While in the original "Twilight," vampires have stone-cold and marble-like skin that sparkles in the direct sunlight, you won't really see them shine in any other "Twilight" movie.

Human girl Bella finally marries Edward Cullen. They honeymoon in South America and have bed-crashing sex that results in Bella getting pregnant after the first night.

"The Twilight Saga: New Moon" got pretty mixed reviews because it's all about Bella and Jacob. Even though Edward appears at the beginning and at the end of the movie, the entire movie is more about hot-blooded werewolves and a half-naked Jacob who admittedly looked way hotter in this movie than the famous cold-blooded vampire.

"The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2" has a surprisingly strong beginning because the director Bill Condon finally brings a new element that the franchise has lacked: fun. It’s a shocking and welcome sight to see the main characters joking around, or see new Bella, who is strong, independent. She experiences joy from her own actions, rather than simply being with her beloved Edward.

"The Twilight Saga: New Moon" shows in every way possible that Edward and Bella are a modern-day Romeo and Juliet. At the beginning of the film, Bella’s reading "Romeo and Juliet," and she’s supposed to write a paper about the play. Edward says his sad monologue during a class where the teacher is showing a movie adaptation of "Romeo and Juliet." The movie also evokes the sad final death scene from - you guessed it - "Romeo and Juliet"!

Bella Swan is an awkward, shy teenager who moves from sunny Phoenix to live with her father, Charlie, in the rainiest city in the country -- tiny Forks, Washington. At school, Bella encounters five gorgeous alabaster-skinned siblings. Soon, she falls in love with one of them - pale, handsome Edward Cullen, who is assigned as her science partner.

"The Twilight Saga: Eclipse" is the part where Bella finally kissed her werewolf admirer. Even though she has lowered her guard and admitted that she has feelings for werewolf Jacob as well, she realizes that Edward is her true love and she is ready to become a vampire to make their love immortal.

While both Charlie and Edward encourage Bella to choose a college, she spends her time worrying about transitioning into a vampire, her wedding and her honeymoon. A vampire named Victoria is also stalking Bella, to avenge the death of her mate, who Edward killed in the first movie.

After quickly reigning in her violent “newborn” tendencies and accepting that Jacob has “imprinted” on her baby daughter, Renesmee, Bella is content to peacefully spend the rest of eternity with her husband Edward.

"The Twilight Saga: Eclipse" is the movie where romance and action fantasy blend together, creating an unforgettable mix. In this part, Victoria wants to destroy Bella in revenge for the murder of her boyfriend James.

"The Twilight Saga: New Moon" opens with the 18th birthday of Bella Swan. Instead of celebrating with her father or her human friends, Bella enjoys the company of the Cullen family. But then something bad happens - Bella gets a paper cut from unwrapping a present and one of the Cullens goes crazy and tries to attack her.

This first installment in the two-part finale is all about Bella Swan, newly graduated from high school, who finally marries her vampire soul mate, Edward Cullen.

At her pleading, Edward promised to make Bella a vampire shortly after her graduation. Edward has one condition: He wants Bella to marry him first.

In "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse," Director David Slade and screenwriter Melissa Rosenberg do a great job of rounding out some characters who felt flat in previous movies.

After five months of depression, Bella meets another man who will play a major role in her life, Jacob. The beginning of their relationship is one of the few bright spots in "New Moon," as the two flirt, joke around and have real chemistry.

Though the film earned predominantly negative critical reviews, "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1" was a box-office hit. A lot of fans find that movie to be the most stylistic and strongest entry in the "Twilight Saga" franchise.

Robert Pattinson’s upright Edward gives up Kristen Stewart’s Bella for her own good and disappears from her life. The heartbroken Bella finds some comfort in the friendship of Native American Jacob Black, who eventually falls in love with her.

In "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse," the flame-tressed vampire Victoria (Bryce Dallas Howard) is back and now she is initiating new vampires, or Newbies, who are young, ravenous for blood, and super strong. She is making an army to destroy Bella, to avenge the murder of her boyfriend, James.

"The Twilight Saga: Eclipse" contains violence and death, but not really very much. For most of its running time, it's all about the newly formed love triangle, featuring endless conversations between Bella and Edward, Bella and Jacob, Edward and Jacob, and Edward and Bella and Jacob.

Bella is in danger and both Edward and Jacob vow to protect the girl they love. Vampires and werewolves are prepared to fight to the death in this cause.

The "Twilight" series is one of the most popular young adult stories of the last decade. In "The Twilight Saga: New Moon," Edward is leaving in order to protect Bella. He tells her that he never wants to see her again. Bella goes through hard times, and this movie includes one of the best scenes that shows what depressions look like.

The first half of "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1" is slow and dreamy, as wedding preparations get underway, but the fairy tale ends when Bella discovers that she is pregnant.

In the second installment of Stephenie Meyer's incredibly successful "Twilight" series, Edward disappears and Bella finds a new friend - the immensely attractive Jacob, who changed a lot, compared to the first movie.

In "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1," Bella and Edward fly to Brazil to have a luxurious honeymoon. Bella decides to spend her honeymoon as a human and two weeks after the first night she discovers that she is pregnant.

In "The Twilight Saga: New Moon," Edward leaves Bella because he wants her to be safe. In his absence, she's befriended by Jake (Taylor Lautner), the nice boy who has his own dark secrets.

In "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2," director Bill Condon has once again captured the essence of the final "Twilight" book and added a few plot twists that intensify the entire story.

The movie where Bella is getting married and decides to spend her honeymoon as a human. Unlike Edward, she is not afraid that his passion could accidentally kill her.

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