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The Twilight Saga: Eclipse (2010)
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The Twilight Saga This is a series that features five vampire-themed moviesRomance Fantasy filmsFromSummit Entertainment Based on four novels by author Stephenie Meyer. Stars of the filmsKristen Stewart ?Robert Pattinson And Taylor Lautner. The series has earned over $3.4 billion around the world. The first installment. Twilight The second installment, titled, was released November 21, 2008. The second installment. New Moon The film was followed by “The Third Part” on November 20, 2009. It broke box office records for the largest midnight screening and opening day ever, grossing an estimated $72.7million. The third installment. Eclipse The first release in the series, titled ‘The First of the Series’, was June 30, 2010.IMAX.

Paramount Pictures had been working on the series since 2004. During this time, a screen adaptation that was significantly different from the original novel was created. Three years later, Summit Entertainment acquired the rights to the film. Summit Entertainment announced that they would start production on New Moon after Twilight made $35.7 million in its first day. They had also acquired the rights for the remaining novels earlier in the month. Breaking Dawn was adapted in two parts and began filming in November 2010. Its release dates were November 18, 2011 and November 16, 2012.

Twilight (2008)

Twilight 2008

It’s all about YOU if you’re a vampire. Edward Cullen is obsessed to the point that he has erotomania by Bella Swan. He loves her smell, but doesn’t want her to die. Here is what he says to her: He cannot be near her. He may sink his fangs in a bit, but he won’t be able stop. This is what she finds so attractive. He is the most beautiful thing that she has ever seen. Edward never said that to me. Perhaps once. Because he loves her so much, he keeps saying that they should be far away.
Is it possible for a woman to fall in love with a man simply because he wants her? It seems that men believe so. It’s not about women, it’s about men’s desires. As we all know, there is no vampire. Let’s be honest, what is “Twilight?” really all about? It’s about a teenager trying to abstain and how it can be really difficult in the heat. It’s about a girl who is determined to follow him no matter what. He is so beautiful, she would do anything to be with him. She is the epitome of the sentiment “I’d kill for you”. Like many teenagers, she is a thanatophile.

It would not be about vampires, but a teenage romance between two attractive teens who love each other because they care so much. Sometimes, that’s all it is about. They are in love with each other. They have a passionate disagreement over whether he should murder her in “Twilight”. She says, “I don’t want to die.” But if it’s necessary, she’ll be there. His devotion touches her deeply. Imagine what he has done for her. He teeters on the edge of a fang job on Prom Night. Then he brings all her trembling to an impasse.

The movie is beautiful and lush, and the actors are carefully chosen. Robert Pattinson (Edward), who plays Cedric Diggory in “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire,” may be familiar. Perhaps he was already an immortal. Pattinson doesn’t realize how handsome he really is. Bella and Edward exchange stern, burning glances in the school cafeteria. Edward transfixes Bella with a dark, glowering, and penetrating stare. I found that Pattinson almost always shines at the camera with a shadowed brow. Kristen Stewart’s Bella is, however, a young innocent who is completely undefended against his voltage.

Bella left Arizona with her stepdad and mother, holding a potted Cactus. She is now moving to the Pacific Northwest, where Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) can be found. Her dad (Billy Burke) is the chief of police of the very small town of Forks, Washington (pop. 3,120 His greatest asset is “He doesn’t hover.” She quickly noticed the unusually pale Cullen family, which in some photos looks as if they are wearing as much Max Factor Pancake White than Harry Langdon. Edward is 114 years of age. He must have been tired of biology class. Darwin came in under his watch and proved that vampires don’t exist.

Other strange youths are also out there, including American Indians, who seem not too distantly related to their tribe’s ancestors the wolves. There is a lot of tension between vampires and wolves. There are also rival vampires. This town is tiny! Forks high school must be serving a large area that serves the entire table setting. Bella is asked to the prom by the main Normal Kid in the area. He has a lovely sandy haired boy. He is out of his depth here unless he can transform into a grizzly. There are also four grey-bearded coots sitting at the next table at the local diner. They eavesdrop, exchange significant glances, get large, significant close-ups, but are still merely sitting significantly nodding.

Edward can move as fast as Superman. He can stop a runaway pickup using one arm, just like Superman. Bella was saved twice by him, perhaps because he loves her deeply or because he wants to save her for later. She has questions. “How did you suddenly appear out of nowhere to stop the truck?” She might ask. He finally admits that he is a vampire and she increases her Erotometer score from 8 to 10. Why is it that girls prefer distant, aloof and handsome, dangerous men to cheerful guys like me?

“Twilight,” a film about 16-year-old girls, and their grandmothers, will be captivating. Their mothers are well-acquainted with boys like this. It was a sneak preview that I attended. The last time I saw a movie at that theater, the audience was open to it. It was a chance for them to chat, text, and laugh at their private jokes. The audience was riveted this time. Sometimes there was a gentle chuckle. This is because the principal Indian boy has very well-developed incisors. Sometimes, a soft sigh. I listened in on some conversations afterwards. Several were saying “He’s so hot!” __S.70__ Edward seemed to awaken their surrender instincts.

Catherine Hardwicke directed the movie, which was based on Stephanie Meyer’s novel. She uses her great discovery, Nikki Reed, in the role of the beautiful Rosalie Hale. Reed wrote Hardwick’s “Thirteen” (2003) when she was only 14. This movie knew more about teenage girls than any other. Edward would be proud of the girl played by Reed. However, I can see why Twilight appeals to you.

Twilight (2008) trailer

The Twilight Saga: New Moon (2009)

The Twilight Saga: New Moon (2009)

This movie’s characters should be detained for loitering with the intent to moan. Teenagers have never been more in need of a jumpstart. Although some are over 100 years old, their charisma is still a Madame Tussaud. “The Twilight Saga: New Moon” takes the tepid achievement of “Twilight” (2008), guts it, and leaves it for undead. When you hear that you should see the original movie twice, you know you are in trouble. All the characters have this knowledge. Long opening stretches of this film make utterly no sense unless you walk in knowing the first film, and hopefully both Stephanie Meyer novels, by heart. Bella and Edward spend a lot of time looking at each other in murky moments.
Bella (Kristen Stewart), is still at home with her father (Billy Burke), who is a cop whose disciplinary policies include declaring Bella grounded for the rest her life and then making her disappear so that she can jump from high cliffs, haunt menacing forest, and fly to Italy in order to evoke the sad last death scene from Romeo and Juliet. Yes, Edward (Robert Pattinson) is back in school, repeating the 12th grade for the 84th time. Bella spots him walking slowly towards her in the school’s parking lot. He is wearing an Edwardian Beatles jacket with a velvet collar and is pregnant with his beauty. His skin is as white as his lips. He could become the Joker due to the decay of middle-age. Edward and the Cullen vampire clan members stand around a lot, glowering skulks in their eyes. Longer pauses interrupt shorter ones. Listen up, lads! We’ve got a train for you, immortal or not. Bella wasn’t meant to be with Edward so Edward leaves. He’s a vegetarian vampire but when Bella gets a paper cut at her party, one of his friends leaps on her like an shark on a tuna fish.

In his absence she’s befriended by Jake (Taylor Lautner), that nice American Indian boy. “You’ve gotten all buff!” He tells her. He’s a real buff and soon he doesn’t wear a shirt anymore and he stands outside in the rain like a wild animal. Remember, they don’t have to wear coats like us. God gave them theirs.

The movie’s target audience of five percent won’t know that Jake is a werewolf.

Bella: So…you are a werewolf?
Jake: I last checked.
Bella: “Can you not find a way…just to stop?”
Jake (patiently). 

Sam, another tribe member, influences Jake or controls him. He is like the alpha wolf. Sam and his three companions are often seen in long shots, shirtless in rain, and hanging around the clearing’s edges as if they want to grab fresh meat.

Bella writes long letters to her absent vampire friend Alice (Ashley Greene), in which she does nothing to explain why she is helplessly attracted to these sinister, humorless and vain men. It cannot be the sex. The Twilight Saga, as I have already stated in my review of the film, is an extended metaphor for teenage chastity. I will let your imagination decide the punishment .The film shows beautiful fields of potted flowers, which were apparently dug up hours earlier by the grounds crew. Nobody is unaware of the plot. We know everything and they know everything, so sitting through this movie is like driving in low gear through a bleak sea of Brylcreem.

The Twilight Saga: New Moon (2009) trailer

The Twilight Saga: Eclipse (2010)

The Twilight Saga: Eclipse (2010)

The price you pay to give up your virginity in “The Twilight Saga, Eclipse” is so high that even Edward Cullen (the tool of surrender) balks at it. You would be like him. Bella Swan, the noble heroine, has to be willing and able to pay this price. It seems that if you marry a vampire (even Edward), he will bite you.

The third installment of this endlessly entertaining series, “Eclipse”, presents the romantic dilemma by adding an additional complication that has been growing Since the beginning. Jacob Black, the shape-shifting waswolf, is also in a relationship with Bella (Kristen Stewart). She may even be with him. Jacob (Taylor Lautner), and his tribe, are hot-blooded and don’t wear shirts. This inspires little smiles and ripples in the movie audience.This fantasy is sure to be a hit in romance novels: A sweet little girl must choose between two handsome, tall, handsome men who smolder and yearn after her.

There is no perfect solution. There are always problems.Victoria, a flame-haired vampire, has been active in Seattle initiating new vampires (or Newbies), who, in their youth, are hungry for blood and would have a superhuman strength if they were humans. Victoria plans to kill Bella as revenge for James’ murder. Jacob and Edward both promise to protect Bella, and the vampires and werewolves who are with them will fight for their cause. This is true buddy-love.

Although the movie does contain violence and death, it is not very violent. It listens to conversations between Bella, Edward, Bella, Jacob, Edward, Jacob, Edward, Bella, and Bella. It would be more entertaining if they were all conversationalists. However, their ideas are limited to simple renderings of their wishes. There is also a valedictory speech, which reminds us that these children have been out of school for three movies. Edward gives a moving speech to Bella in which he says he won’t have sex until after he’s married. This is self-denial for a 109 year-old vampire. His actions add a spicy flavor to the category of “confirmed bachelor.”

Much has been written about Taylor Lautner’s muscles, and especially his abs. He is a strong man with a good build. But, I must remind you, for a shape-shifter, an abdominal six-pack should only take five seconds. Edward and Jacob’s ability to look at Bella with piercing eyes from ‘neath really good eyebrows is even more impressive. My eyebrows become like Edward’s and the barber trims them without asking me.

The special effects are problematic. Many of the mountain ranges that disappear in the distance as ever-paler peaks appear suspiciously like the landscapes that the TV artist shows you how to paint. We should have Lewis and Clark just arrived at these mountain forests and lakes. The werewolves are amazing. Although they look quite snarling, have sharp fangs, and are larger than normal ponies, the werewolves never seem to be able to stop Newbies from getting the job done. One werewolf is almost crushed to death and another hears that “he has broken bones all over one side.” Dr. Carlisle Cullen (Peter Facinelli), can repair the damage in a matter of hours.. Problem with these effects is that the wolves do not seem to be able to maintain their physical weights or even presence.

It all leads to Bella’s cries in the middle of a blizzard. This is clearly a job for Edward and Jacob, who are hot-blooded. Edward embraces Bella and begins to warm her. Edward then admits that Edward would like Jacob if he were not a werewolf. Jacob then admits that Edward wouldn’t be able to love Edward if he were a vampire. Come on, big guy. You are making eye contact. Edward has been a bachelor for 109 year. Get into the spirit of the Brokeback.

This film was watched with great interest by the audience. The audience was clearly very familiar with the story. I doubt anyone who didn’t know the first installments could understand the film. The “Twilight”, movies use chaste eroticism as a way to feed adolescent fantasies. They are about Bella being attracted, titillated, aroused, and tempted to the… very brink! of surrender.

The Twilight Saga: Eclipse (2010) trailer

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1 (2011)

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1 (2011)

Bella Swan (Stewart), has had a difficult time. Edward Cullen, her high school sweetheart (Pattinson), was a non-practicing bloodsucker. Jacob, Jacob’s rebound, became a wolf. After she and Edward reconnected, homeboy couldn’t even lift a pet without awakening the vampire inside. She’s now 18 and all the years of sexual repression she endured are over. But, there’s no way to turn it around. A vibrator, women’s studies classes and even the Sex and City box sets can help.

This isn’t that movie. This is, in fact, the exact same movie that we have been watching since childhood: Bella wants it and Edward will not let go. Even after the wedding that opens this fourth adaptation of Stephenie Meyer’s Twilight books, the topic of will-they-or-won’t-they is still on the table. Their honeymoon ends with Edward breaking the bed and accidentally roughing Bella. She reassures Edward that she is fine and doesn’t mean to hurt her. It creepily smells like battered-wife syndrome. Edward vows to stop all carnal pleasures. Wouldn’t Bella rather play another game chess? The Twilight series made it official for me, from harmless Victorian-minded trash to something completely pernicious.

It’s also boring. To accommodate Meyer’s overflowing action, the filmmakers split Meyer’s fourth and final book into two parts. All that must have been saved for Part 2. Part 1 involves endless exchanges of dewy and sulky looks among Bella, Edward, and others. Melissa Rosenberg, screenwriter, continues her long tradition in scripting absurdly banal dialogue that is subtext-free. She also grasps at the profundity and intelligence of her superiors by using poetry in her prologues. (Sex-positive Edna St. Vincent Millay must be sulking in her grave. These final two parts will be directed by Bill Condon (Dreamgirls and Chicago, Gods and Monsters). His most notable contribution to the series is a frighteningly staged birth scene. This should make sex more acceptable for teens, which is exactly what this dumb and punishing series was trying to do from the beginning.

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1 (2011) trailer

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 (2012)

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 (2012)

“The Twilight Saga – Breaking Dawn – Part 2” is credited for the best takeaway dialogue line: “Nessie?” My baby was named after the Loch Ness Monster. Renesmee is the baby’s name. What mother would mistake Renesmee for her infant’s nickname?

While there are many laughs in this fifth and final installment, “Breaking Dawn Part 2” is a serious entry in any major movie franchise. Its audience, who takes these films seriously, will surely drink heavily from its blood. It is impossible to accuse the closing sequence of this sensational film of leaving any loopholes, even if we knew they existed.

This movie begins right after “Part 1” ended, and indeed director Bill Condon shot the films back to back. Bella Swan (Kristen Stewart), after giving birth to Renesmee (Mackenzie Foy), Bella awakens. Renesmee is half-human and half-vampire, and was fathered — but let’s not go into that. Bella has now been transformed into a vampire in order to save her life during childbirth. She is also now a fascinating character who is physically strong and emotionally uninhibited.

We see the new Bella in an entertaining sequence when her husband, Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson), takes her on a test drive, so to speak, as a vampire. She can move from one place to another in a matter of seconds, see the details of nature in great detail and win hand-to-paw battle with a mountainlion. Edward and she witness a mountain climber fall and dangle from his rope. She’s climbing the mountain nakedhanded in a flash. My hopelessly optimistic assumption is that she was trying to save her friend’s life. Not precisely.

Edward shows Bella the new cottage for their honeymoon. She decides it is “perfect”, unlike many brides. It’s filled with books from wall to wall, so you won’t guess which one she takes down. Never ever.

Edward and Bella spend much of their time in a living room with Jacob (Taylor Lautner), Emmett, and a list of other vampires (the movie concludes with photo credits for each actor in the series). They exchange a great deal more dialogue than I required, but students of the Stephenie Meyer novels, who made this 700-page-plus volume a best-seller, really like that stuff, I guess.

It is quite curious to see little Renesmee. I learned that special effects were created to age Renesmee, and she sometimes looks a little curious to my eyes. Also to her grandfather, Charlie Swan (Billy Burke), who observes, “My, how you’ve grown! It must have been six inches taller! She is six inches taller than you! You need to consult a specialist if you have a human child such as this.

All this leads to a bitter climax between Washington State vampires, and the leaders, an Italian group called the Volturi. They are presented with many of the same trappings that an order of monks, but they have some of the same trappings. They appear to be the ones in control of the vampire world and are worried that their secrets might get out since a half-breed was born. They’re led by Aro (Michael Sheen), who even among top vampires, has an impressive presence. A few hundred Volturi are fighting several dozen international vampires on a vast, snowy plain. One of the vampires declares, “The redcoats will come!” He can forgive his error, as he was a soldier in British invasions.

The “Twilight”, series is not for me. As I wrote of “Twilight” (2008), “It’s about a teenage boy trying to practice abstinence, and how, in the heat of the moment, it’s really, really hard. A girl who is determined to follow him no matter what happens. He is so beautiful, she would do anything to be with him. She is the epitome of the sentiment “I would die for you.” Like many teenagers, she is a thanatophile.

I have now seen something like 10 hours about these vampires as they progress through immortality, and I’d rather see either version of “Nosferatu” that many times. It’s true that “Part 2” is the best way to end the series. Summit Entertainment must have been very reluctant to close the curtain on a series that had grossed billions of dollars, but they did it and I think fans will be happy.

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 (2012) trailer

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