The Twilight Saga: New Moon
In the second chapter of Stephenie Meyer's best-selling Twilight series, the romance between mortal Bella Swan and vampire Edward Cullen grows more intense as ancient secrets threaten to destroy them.
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Fresh: It has an amazing kind of emotional integrity and intensity.
- A.O. Scott, At the Movies, Monday, November 23, 2009
Fresh: 'New Moon' is little more than a skilful soap opera, but it's still enjoyable escapism - even if you're old and wise enough to see through it.
- Anna Smith, Time Out, Friday, November 20, 2009
First not horrible for what it is. Ive read the books just so i can make educated opinions on these kind of things. You know fangirls cant stand when you crush their movies if you havent seen them. My favorite character in the book is Alice. And Ashley Greene continues to do a wonderful job in that role in the movies. More Alice please. Robert Pattinson . . . wow . .lets just say I dont get it. Now that ive seen trailers for his new movie I even more dont get it. His acting seems just very bad. His dialogue and delivery are just painstakingly bad. Taylor Lautner on the other hand given the same horrible words to speak seems to come across more sincere and more believable. Can you even believe stuff in a movie like this? All and all seems like they are holding pretty steady to the books. The shapechangers in wolf form look bad ass. The fight scenes do give it a kinda mythical feel. 3 stars for at least staying pretty close to the books and for Ashley Greene :)
- jmanard52, Thursday, April 8, 2010
This one is my favourite! These movies are like, the great comedies of our time!
- cigaretteburns, Thursday, October 21, 2010
I didn't think it could get worst than the first one.. but it's slow and at best "just okay". It's a whole movie following Bella around on her dumb adventures, her thrill seeking and quest to somehow make Eward come back by hurting herself. She's also so awful to Jacob that I understand how he got a team, out of pity. Now if only someone can explain to me how he turned in to a shirtless wolf boy. I'll probably end up watching the rest of the saga, but I doubt I'll like it.
- theylovealexis, Monday, October 4, 2010