New Moon: Adding in the Moonlight

December 23, 2009
New moon brings an breathy air of vampireism to a whole new level by adding werewolves to the mix. The characters were superb and much improved. Alice looked a bit different, her hair was more pixey like. It supprised me that Edward was in it more than I suspected. I also was supprised that Jacob gained 20 pounds of muscle for the movie. Are you Team Edward, Jacob, Bell, Alice, Rosalie, Victoria, Esme, Carlisle, Edmund, Jasper, or

I loved how Victoria's hair was died that bright red becoming the color it was supposed to be originally. However I liked it until Bella jumped off the cliff. Victoria was not supposed to be seen swiming under the water. Only her hair was meant to be seen as a flame on top of the water. Bella was supposed to see the flame while she was still half unconscious and not recignize Victoria. Then later she would have a panacic attack... Also Bella's pillow and t-shirt was supposed to be taken by Victoria, and her room messed up. This was supposed to trigger the panic attack. In the movie this did not happen and I was very dissappionted. Overall I grant three stars to this movie, because of the key left out of the lock. The key to unlock the beginning of Eclipse. And if someone had not read the book they would have been lost in the sea of Stephine Meyers. But I am still hungry for the next movie to be made. I must say New Moon was better than the first movie Twilight. I thirst for the blood of Eclipse...

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montana said...
Aug. 20, 2010 at 10:27 pm
Haha i like edward now they made more money and he looks great in the eclipse pictures but i wanna c eclipse so bad
oxStardustxo said...
Jan. 18, 2010 at 4:07 pm
COOL! Really good and opinionated... though I'm really not a big fan of the Twilight series. I hate how you can see where the white make-up ends, also Robert Patterson is not that hot
montana replied...
Jan. 18, 2010 at 4:58 pm
Yes I h8 robert and taylor they r ugly
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