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Twilight (2008)

November. 20,2008
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5.2
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PG-13
| Fantasy Drama Romance

When Bella Swan moves to a small town in the Pacific Northwest, she falls in love with Edward Cullen, a mysterious classmate who reveals himself to be a 108-year-old vampire. Despite Edward's repeated cautions, Bella can't stay away from him, a fatal move that endangers her own life.

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BlazeLime
2008/11/20

Strong and Moving!

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Erica Derrick
2008/11/21

By the time the dramatic fireworks start popping off, each one feels earned.

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Allison Davies
2008/11/22

The film never slows down or bores, plunging from one harrowing sequence to the next.

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Frances Chung
2008/11/23

Through painfully honest and emotional moments, the movie becomes irresistibly relatable

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bjurstromc
2008/11/24

This movie suckssssssssss please dont see it it is trueley auful

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madilaxton
2008/11/25

I am sorry, but robert is the worst actor in this like he looks so uncomfortable. like wtf. and why does bella like edward? i'm so lost.. all he does is act creepy and stare at her weird and i just- ah - wtf. idk man i'd rate it a 0/10 on yelp.. but a 1/10 here bc i'm only mean on yelp... why did i like this when i was little?.. it's so bad.. also edward in sunlight just looks like me when i have makeup on. i love glitter.. do i also look like a diamond, bella?? and bella just really feels nothing about murder like um.. you okay hun? AND EDWARD HAS EXACTLY 0 PERSONALITY THE WHOLE TIME SHES FALLING IN LOVE WITH HIM AND THEN WHEN SHE ALREADY LOVES HIM IT'S LIKE 'OH HEY BTW I KINDA DO HAVE A SENSE OF HUMOR.. SURPRISE'??? i felt like i was watchin somethin i shouldn't like half the time..

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devilvimalkumar
2008/11/26

When I saw this movie someone on the facebook movie watch list. I'll just thinking of it. and finally checked reviews and i found a girl with fallen love with vampire. that's the time and now i became a big lover of this movie.

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cinemajesty
2008/11/27

Movie Review: "Twilight" (2008)In times of November 21st 2008, "Twilight" directed by female director Catherine Hardwicke based on a novel series by Stephanie Meyer hits the U.S. domestic theaters to extraordinary success at the box office; starring newly introduced actress Kirsten Stewart, just turning 18 at the time of principal photography, as the coming-of-age character of Bella Swan, moving from the desert of Arizona of her mom's to the misty mountains of the village of Forks in state of Washington of her dad's, meeting a 90-year-old vampire at high school, who got transformed at the age of 17 some time in the past. Together they discover that a life in a relationship between two different species can be possible even in the most hostile situations of crashing vehicles onto pedestrians, young-adult gang raids at night and the constant hunger for human blood by rivalling clans of vampires, which despite the mythology have been cultivated by the family of Edward Cullen, portrayed in timid, calm to an outraging performance by actor Robert Pattinson, who takes the female as gay audience in raving storms with mystical-looks throwing as daggers to the screen, where suspense gets build for moments to be broken by images of forest-animals and steel-factory-employee hunting vampires, letting only guess what the following two installments of an trilogy have in chess, when treaties between shape-shifting werewolves and the clans of vampires get violated and further the leading character of Bella keeps on begging to be transformed into a vampire, when further dropping suspense-levels are going to be entirely sacrificed for cold shower romanticism between Stewart & Pattinson, who found a professional method to attract the masses to the end of no surprises.© 2017 Felix Alexander Dausend (Cinemajesty Entertainments LLC)

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