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The Twilight Saga: New Moon
Forks, Washington resident Bella Swan is reeling from the departure of her vampire love, Edward Cullen, and finds comfort in her friendship with Jacob Black, a werewolf. But before she knows it, she's thrust into a centuries-old conflict, and her desire to be with Edward at any cost leads her to take greater and greater risks.
|Studio :||Summit Entertainment, Maverick Films, Imprint Entertainment,|
|Crew :||Production Design, Director of Photography,|
|Cast :||Dakota Fanning Michael Sheen Graham Greene Robert Pattinson Billy Burke|
|Genre :||Adventure Fantasy Drama Romance|
Strictly average movie
Intense, gripping, stylish and poignant
One of the worst ways to make a cult movie is to set out to make a cult movie.
To be honest , I didn't like the whole series I never found anything attracting about the story they are telling . Not interesting and boring
I'll start by pointing out the obvious: The choice to hire Melissa Rosenberg for screenwriter of this saga was total fail. She bears no true sense of style when attempting to capture key moments between Edward and Bella. She doesn't seem to understand the true depth of their relationship. Her handling of their scenes is SO incredibly weak that it ultimately means the actors - Rob and Kristen - are left up to the task of re-establishing the connection between the characters. Moreover, she doesn't seem much interested in the Cullen family as a whole. Where was the airport scene that reunited them towards the end? Its absence made the voting scene seem like a major WTF? moment. Why was The Truth chapter scanned over as if it meant nothing? Edward's decision to leave and his suffering without Bella made total and complete sense at this point in the book, whereas in the movie, it's barely touched upon. Honestly, why did Melissa choose to tackle this story if she completely takes it for granted???Taylor Lautner only shines in the earlier scenes. When his character is forced to transform beyond the boyish stage into a vicious werewolf, his amateur acting skills fail him. This guy can't pull off a look or line of intensity without making you cringe for him. And to top it off, JACOB IS A CARBON-COPY OF EDWARD. Read between the lines to see how much he reflects him: Sees girl, spends time with girl, wants girl, can't have girl, struggling with inner demons around girl, can't lose control with girl... Catch my drift??? There's nothing original about Jacob Black. Sure, he's more easy-going and carefree. But he hasn't had to live through what Edward has. He hasn't found his soulmate in Bella like Edward has.The movie's biggest weaknesses? Script doesn't serve justice to the book. ~ Perhaps more voiceovers would have helped this, who knows. And from a marketing point of view, allowing the story to be a simple overkill of "will teen girl end up with vampire or werewolf?" makes it seem cheap and takes away from what made Twilight a hit in the first place.
"The Twilight Saga: New Moon" is the second part of the Twilight movies and tells how Bella increasingly suffers from Edwards attempt to hold her distant while building a closer connection to Jacob. The story culminates in Edward attempting to kill himself and a trial before the first of vampires.In many ways, this is just a regular Hollywood movie. To a certain extent I even like how the idea of vampires and werewolves is transferred to a more modern surrounding. Unfortunately, the film is drowned in a bulldozer-load of kitsch that sometimes threatens to turn the scenes into something funny because you can't take them serious anymore. Nonetheless there is a coherent plot that is interesting enough to carry the movie until the end. I'm not so hooked that i have a feeling of immediately watching the third part but I think that a lot of reviews here are written more in a sense of simply hating than as a serious critique.All in all you should only watch this if you can cope with a very teen-aged ideal of love and romance. What you get is not a highlight but it is a solid film and there are worse.
New Moon is the first film that shows us the Werewolves which they are cgi many people brag about how they look at least they look like werewolves and not like some skinny dog from Harry Potter anyways the 2nd film in the series is more Drama than the previous one i think Stewart did a pretty good job in this one as for Pattinson he was good the scene when he stars sparkling is the most hated scene for many but think for a second if the dude died from the 1st film or from this one it wouldn't make any sense at all. Anyways Twilight Saga: New Moon is not as bad as everyone makes it out to be and for sure it has some entertaining moments.