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- ethelsteapartyNov 25, 2010by
TWILIGHT IS SUMPTUOUS!
I had originally gotten this movie in regular widescreen DVD format. It was well done, and the acting was pretty good considering the story was geared towards teenagers, mainly. The Blu-Ray version is crystal clear, and well worth the upgrade, in my humble opinion. Now that it has been out for a while, one can pick up a copy for less than $20.00, and that's a good buy for Blu-Ray.
The extras are pretty good, and as a first installment of a series, it holds up very well. Usually the first movie of a series is a little less than the sum of the whole. But having seen New Moon and Eclipse, this fits very well into the quality of the series so far.
Pick up the Blu-ray, by all means!
- fashionpassionf...Mar 23, 2009by
LOVE VS BLOOD
Features Actors:Kristen Stewart,Robert Pattinson,Billy Burke,Cam Gigandet, Peter Facinelli
Running Time:122 Min.
Based on the popular novel by Stephenie Meyer.
Twilight plays out conveniently in the fog-shrouded rural woodlands of the rainy state of Washington, where local vampires can apparently roam free at all hours of the day since the punishing sun rarely shines. Bella (Kristen Stewart) is a moody teen loner who relocates from Mom's home in Arizona to the town of Forks (a particular implement hardly necessary for undead dining), to live with her police officer divorced dad (Billy Burke).
When Bella shows up for her first day at school, she's instantly and mutually attracted to a strangely handsome boy (Robert Pattinson) in a mad crush at first sight encounter. Edward is part of the peculiar, wild-eyed outcast Cullen clan of matriculated sibling foster kids who occupy a separate nook of the school cafeteria, and seem to be shockingly dating each other. Infatuation soon turns to obsession, and eventually Bella figures out that Edward is a descendant of the undead, something that's a whole lot faster to deduce these days what with the Internet, when one can simply google a vampire to out him.
Hope this helps you decide.A must see for any vampire fan, such as in True Blood, or Moonlight,Underworld and the classic, Buffy the Vampire Slayer.This has had mixed reviews from the book VS the movie, so the choice is yours to make if you have already read the book and want to watch it on screen now.Thanks for reading! :)Read full review
- allshadesofgreyMar 10, 2010by
Great movie, with or without the Blu-ray Format!!
SPOILER ALERT: do not read this review if you are not familiar with the story or are uncomfortable with hearing about it!
This is a great movie. While some have mentioned that it is different from the book, it is not really that different, and besides, what movie doesn't deviate from the book a little? Not only that, but Stephenie Meyer seemed to think it was true enough to the book; originally it was to be made by a different film company, but she decided against it because the original company had changed it too much!
What makes this a good movie: there are some beautifully interpreted and well-done scenes (the meadow scene comes to mind here, as does the bridge from the ballet studio segment to the hospital segment), the movie boasts a great soundtrack, with songs from Radiohead, Collective Soul, Muse, and Paramore, among others. There are even two tracks by Robert Pattinson himself! Another plus: great casting. The actors are great for their roles, and choosing Robert Pattinson to play the role of Edward was pure genius!
I highly recommend this movie. There are many movies that I cannot watch more than once, but this one I have already watched at least six times. On a final note, I highly recommend shoppers to look for the version that was originally sold exclusively at Target (though this version is not available in the Blu-ray format). It has special scenes that the other DVDs don't have: one, it has an extended scene of Carlisle making Edward and Esme into vampires; two, it has a deleted scene showing Edward killing Bella! (This being representative of Edward thinking of it, not actually doing it).
So for those not sure whether to buy or not, I say you definitely should. Buy the regular Target edition AND the Blu-ray (like I did!) Then lean back, and enjoy the show!Read full review
- cannonclubonlin...May 29, 2009by
A Vampire Movie for Everyone Including Me.
There has not been a shortage for the craving of the general public to watch vampire movies.
Twilight is one of those movies that seem to cater to the teenage and female group. I don't think this is a minus for the film, however, it seems very slow in places and makes you wonder why the director went in certain directions at the times he did. The Indian Wolf Subplot was a little hard to swallow as well.
Bella and Edward, the two characters that fall in love, played by Kristin Stewart and Robert Pattinson, seem to be perfect for one another. This love brings itself forward and forces the characters to try and deal with the fact that Edward is a vampire and lives with a group of vampires. They all seem to get along with the out-cast human until things get a little hairy but the end turns out to resolve all those issues.
I'll have to give this movie a 4/5 regardless, since it does a few interesting spots and is not overtly grotesque.
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