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- nellie52775Feb 12, 2011by
Twilight ~ The Good and The Bad
I am 35 years old and yet it still appealed to me and my husband. I thoroughly enjoyed the story line which was very intensely romantic. The music for this film was excellent and in fact we have bought the soundtrack. It was a refreshing look at an already overly popular topic, vampires, and it didn't show fangs dropping down when they were about to feed or were near blood. If you like that type of thing then you might not like this movie. And even if you are not inclined to watch what I would call a teen flick, you will enjoy the scenery. The mountain landscapes were beautiful. Now for what I didn't enjoy about this movie. I didn't enjoy reliving all of my high school memories while watching it. It reminded me too much of what it was like to be there. Ugh. Even though you will take a walk down memory lane, this movie is worth watching at least once from beginning to the end. I know that I have watched some movies that didn't even deserve one viewing. You may still not like it, but I can say that it is worth one look. Read full review
- tash3rkayApr 16, 2009by
Something for everyone.
I loved reading the Twilight novels! & when I heard they were going to make it into a movie, I was excited and bouncing off the walls. I couldn't wait to see the characters come to life. But I had my doubts - What if it doesn't turn out to be like how I had imagined it? What if they skipped a scene that I loved in the novel? And many other concerns that any Twi-hard fan would have. However, when sitting in that cinema with all those screaming girls, my doubts disappeared. The experience was like no other. The atmosphere was tense with anticipation. All the girls only wanted one thing, and that was Robert Pattinson. Needless to say, I love Robert Pattinson in this movie. He portrays Edward exactly how Stephanie Meyer intended. Brooding and mysterious, yet charming at the same time. He has that intense stare that makes you weak in the knees and that same stare can make you fear him - Like he wants you, though for all the wrong reasons. And Kristen Stewart plays Bella magnificently. She portrays selflessness in a way that is subtle and courageous, which she demonstrate towards the end of the movie. These two characters have great chemistry in the book and a lot of people say it comes to life in the movie. Though, I would have to disagree. While watching the movie, it felt like their relationship was being fast-forwarded. I wasn't convinced that they loved each other, until the last 5-10 minutes of the movie. This movie isn't just about the love between mortal and vampire. There are some pretty good action scenes too. There's a bit of flying, acrobatics and killing involved. Nothing too intense that will give you nightmares but just enough action that will make this movie great and worth seeing. So, if you're a fan of sci-fi or romance, this movie may be a great addition to your DVD collection. And if you're a Twi-hard fan, I don't need to explain why you should have a copy of your own. Read full review
- sheba1624Jun 18, 2009by
When you can live forever what do you live for?
I have read the books, and the first thing I noticed was that the story wasn't about a plot line at all. It's about the characters and what's going on with them. Stephenie Meyer focuses on interaction, not on dialog, plot, or setting, which is fine. But it makes for a bad movie. Surprisingly, Twilight wasn't that bad of a film. I expected it to be much worse. As I said, there's very little plot or dialog in the book, so it's hard to make a convincing film. They had to over act looks to try and communicate without many words. I could probably count on one hand the lines in the movie. Other than the over acting, it wasn't bad. There were some very good moments and some very "eh" moments. But overall I would recommend it to Twilight fans. But if you see it in the theater, go during a time when all the little junior high and high school girls are in class; your eardrums will thank you for it. And I swear I lost ten IQ points just listening to them. Read full review
- cannonclubonlin...Apr 19, 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. IF YOU LIKE MY REVIEWS, PLEASE DON'T HESITATE TO VOTE. BE SURE AND CHECK OUT MY OTHER NEW AND OLD MOVIE REVIEWS. THANKS Read full review
- poochanelliegoo...Oct 06, 2012by
wonderful love story...
i wanted to see the movie because there was so much talk about it.i really thought it couldnt be all that was said about it...but me and my daughter saw it in the theatre when it first came out and we stayed and watch it all day ,one movie after the other.when i bought this movie i watched it over and over it is the first and the best...we go to every movie since.now it is me,my daughter,my grandaughter and my daughter in law and we are the first in line every year to see at the theater.we watch the marathons all movies back to back...we get to the theatre when the door opens and get in line till the first movie starts .last year we watched all the movies we didnt get home till almost 3 am...the we were there at 10 am to watch breaking dawn again and again all day we left at 8 pm that night....and then we bought the movies the first day they were released...we are very excited about breaking dawn 2 we already have our tickets,and bracelets,the one jacob gives her for a graduation gift and even has tthe heart on it with the wolf...i order on ebay and they are fantastic also,a great buy. Read full review
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