The Twilight Saga: New Moon (2009)

PG-13   |    |  Drama, Fantasy, Romance

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Edward leaves Bella after an attack that nearly claimed her life, and, in her depression, she falls into yet another difficult relationship - this time with her close friend, Jacob Black.


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21 May 2010 | skirskir
| Why all the changes from the first movie?!
The first movie was great - hence all the buzz about New Moon. Then why did they change so much? 1) The makeup on the Cullens was awful. They were much more pale, ashy, and dramatically different from Twilight. It was distracting, not to mention made Edward much less gorgeous, which we all know is 1/2 the reason why most 15-30 year old girls went to see the movie (which I think is most of the viewing audience, right?). 2) The costume choices were bad for Alice. Really really bad. 3) There was obviously too much coaching going on for the actors - they did great in the first movie. Don't overcoach them. Especially Alice and Jasper. And Rosalie. It made for some less-than-professional scenes. The worst: Bella and Alice in Bella's house with Jacob. Oh, it broke my heart to ruin the movie like that. And that bad taste carried through to the end of the movie. I hope Eclipse will rectify these problems and re-set to the original plan (which worked).

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$50,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$142,839,137 22 November 2009

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