The Twilight Saga: New Moon (2009)

Posted on 27. Feb 2010


Chris Weitz

Writers (WGA):
Melissa Rosenberg (screenplay)
Stephenie Meyer (novel)


Kristen Stewart – Bella Swan
Taylor Lautner – Jacob Black
Robert Pattinson – Edward Cullen
Billy Burke – Charlie Swan
Ashley Greene – Alice Cullen


In the second installment of Stephenie Meyer’s TWILIGHT series, the romance between mortal and vampire soars to a new level as BELLA SWAN (Kristen Stewart) delves deeper into the mysteries of the supernatural world she yearns to become part of—only to find herself in greater peril than ever before. Following Bella’s ill-fated 18th birthday party, EDWARD CULLEN (Robert Pattinson) and his family abandon the town of Forks, Washington, in an effort to protect her from the dangers inherent in their world. []


Once I promissed to myself that I would never watch the Twilight series but then again when I knew I didn’t have to suffer all by myself I let that promisse go.

In few words, this is the number one bad movie I have ever seen. Why? Because this time they really tried to make a good movie. They even spent more money on that monstrosity.

If you want to hear the short version of the story, here it is – it’s about a boy who lost his shirt and looks for it for the rest of the movie.

The books are already bad and I hoped the movie would be better, but the dialoge is not consistent and not intelligent (read: like normal people would speak). The situations are idiotic. Now you ask why. Well for example if Bella and Edward speak in the forrest and Edward decides to go away he leaves Bella in the middle of the forrest. AND before that all of them have heard that there is a big beast killing humans in the forrest. Now what kind of being in their right mind would leave another person in the forest where she could get killed. Ofcourse Edward you love Bella. That is why you want the beast to kill her. And the idiotic situations continue.

The movie even tries to be deep. It has almost 2 layers but both of them are so fake.

Oh yes, how could miss the ‘magnificent’ acting of Kirsten Stewart. I think if you’d make a drinking game where you take a shot very time she shows any sort of emotion (except the ‘dead fish’ face), you would end up with all your booze in the bottle by the end of the movie.

If I could give it minus points, I would.

I think it would please hardcore fans, but not me.

Thank god I didn’t pay for that movie. A friend of mine gave me a DVD.


Rating 1/10

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