Friday, July 2, 2010

REVIEW: The Twilight Saga: Eclipse

The Twilight Saga: Eclipse

Kristen Stewart,
Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner


June 30, 2010

David Slade

Summit Entertainment

2 hours 4 minutes




Yes, the new Twilight phenomenon is here, and it's the best Twilight in the series. Eclipse, the third movie in the Twilight saga takes us where we left off in the last movie. Now, Bella has a choice: Either she can be with Edward, her long-time vampire love, or confess her feeling for Jacob, her long-time friend who is a werewolf, the longtime enemy to a vampire. At the same time, Victoria, who's been hunting to kill Bella after Edward and his family, the Cullens killed Victoria's mate, James is creating a newborn vampire army to kill the Cullens off and make them unstoppable. Before anyone can say anything, Twi-hards will not be disappointed with this movie. What makes this Twilight movie different from the others is that this is the most intense Twilight made so far. Wait, not just the most intense, but the most violent and frightening. So for any young Twilight fans between the ages of 9 and 11 who want to see this, be warned that there's a lot of suspenceful scenes in it. The acting in this movie is better than in the first two movies, even though Kristen Stewart, who plays Bella, the main character always seems bored when she talks, almost as if she doesn't even want to do these movies. The only other critisism I have is that the special effects, mostly of Jacob Black and the rest of his tribe in wolf form doesn't look very realistic, no matter how hard they tried. But overall, The Twilight Saga: Eclipse is one of the summer's most entertaining films. Plus, this Twilight movie might appeal to guys as much as girls due to the heavy action thrown in, thanks to David Slade, the director of the vampire horror flick 30 Days Of Night. But if you do see it, don't see it in IMAX, because in my opinion, this isn't one of those movies you have to see on the world's biggest screen, but just ona regular movie screen would be just fine for it. So if you haven't already, (even though you're probably going to see it for the third time already) go out with your friends and check out The Twilight Saga: Eclipse.

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