Oh, and this is a movie review. Not a book. (:
The wait is nearly over, the new saga to Twilight is almost here!
Now now, twilighters. As you can tell, things are going crazy over this movie. This movie is to rise over 75million. Filled with romantic twists, jaw dropping scenes and fabulous effects. This is sure to be one exciting film, that keep you on your toes for the whole movie!
Directed by the excellent Chris Weitz, along with the screenplay Melissa Rosenberg and the book writer itself Stephenie Meyer. This movie is going to be a big one. As millions of Twilight fans wait for the dead line for the new movie to come out, the tickets are selling like hot cakes. Better get a ticket soon, or you will be absolutely be missing out.
Alright so enough with that, what about the movie? Whats going to happen? Well.. lets give you a quick insight of whats going to happen. Many of you should already know from the books.
So, It's Bella's (Kristen Stewart) 18th birthday, and as seeing this we all know its not going to end well! After cutting her finger on wrapping paper, Jasper (Jackson Rathbone) attacks her. Since he is the newest member of the vegetarian vampire clang, he hasn't had much practice as the others. Then of course Bella was saved by Edward (Robert Pattinson).
After this close attack, Edward decides to leave Bella. Telling her that it would be safer if they weren't together, also telling her that he doesn't want her to come with him! Bella, in a dase also feeling numb inside doesn't know how to react obviously.
A Few months pass, and Bella is still in that dase of hers. But to a pleasant surprise, Jacob (Tayler Launter) comes to the rescue. Helping Bella getting back on her feet once more. Soon enough Bella's frozen heart is thrown back into action by her relationship with Jacob, who also has a secret of his own.
Bella comes face to face with one of her former nemesis. Noticing she is in grave danger again, a pack of wolves protect her and keep her safe. But that's not the only thing that goes unnoticed, Bella found out when she does courageous stunts she is able to see her vampire love, Edward again.
Obviously Bella becomes a dare devil, trying out anything to get to see her lovers face again. This ends up turning out wrong, as Alice has a misleading vision. Now against the clock, with a potentially deadly reunion with her ex. Alice and Bella rush to save Edward from the Volturi. But, will they get there in time?
The CGI in this movie is kind of a let down in my own opinion. The wolves don't seem as realistic as they could have been. Also I only have this opinion purely because of the trailers, so maybe they could be better in the movie? But knowing this doesn't make the movie less exciting. More amazing effects are thrown into the movie, making it look flawless. Over all, I think the CGI could have been a little bit better. But hey! I'm just writing this review, I cant change anything also just again I've only seen the trailors. So they could be better.
The acting is going to be brilliant, not so much of a toe is put out of line I think. Robert recently staring in the famous 'Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix' as the role of Cedrick. Robbster isn't doing too bad! Also staring in other films as 'Remember me', 'Little Ashes' and many more. We definitely haven't seen the last of Pattinson. But the question is, can you see Robert playing another character other than Edward Cullen?
Kristen Stuart isn't so bad herself, her acting career has been booted up a notch since she was called Bella Swan. Also staring in the films 'Adventure Land', ' The runaways.' and of course many more. Kristin Stuart in my opinion is a perfect Bella for me. When reading the book I could see a image in my head of Bella, and Kristen Stuart isn't far from what I imagined. Many people have been criticizing her saying she isn't a good enough actor for Bella, what do you think. Yes, no, maybe?
Over all, this movie is going to be phenomenal! The Twilight saga: new moon is a spellbinding follow-up to the box office hit.
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