Friday, November 20, 2009

REVIEW: The Twilight Saga: New Moon

The Twilight Saga:
New Moon

Kristen Stewart,
Robert Pattinson

November 20, 2009


Chris Weitz

Summit Entertainment

2 hours 25 minutes




If you enjoyed the first Twilight film, you will enjoy this much much much better. New Moon is about Bella, the girl who is madly in love with the gorgeous Edward Cullen, a vampire. But after the abrupt departure of her lover, Bella falls into a close and bonding relationship with her friend Jacob Black, who is actually not what he seems to be. Now, Bella is caught in a giant love triangle and must choose to be with either Edward or Jacob. This movie is by far one of the most entertaining films of the year. What made it so unique was that director Chris Weitz (director of The Golden Compass) stepped up the notch on this movie that the director of "Twilight" didn't do at all. He added more humor, better special effects, and better action sequences that looked more realistic than in the first film. Girls will appreciate this movie very very much once they get glimpses of Jacob and Edward's tight abs (AHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!) and how fit and muscular they are. Thank goodness that they didn't replace Taylor Lautner as Jacob, who had to gain 30 pounds of muscle to return from the first movie. I am very positive that fans won't be disappointed when they see this. But be warned, the ending (which I won't give away to you) will leave you wanting more, which is why Eclipse is coming out in June. Anyway, just go see New Moon and I can guarantee you that if you're a Twilight fan, then this is the movie of the year for you. But for everyone else, rent Twilight and if you like that, see New Moon in theaters, otherwise just wait for it to come out on dvd or blu ray and for rental. Otherwise, just see or watch The Twilight Saga: New Moon.


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