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Plot: As a string of mysterious killings grips Seattle, Bella, whose high school graduation is fast approaching, is forced to choose between her love for vampire Edward and her friendship with werewolf Jacob. Runtime: 124 Min Release Date: 08 Jul 2010
It's one thing if you don't like the storyline to begin with. Teen supernatural romances with love triangles aren't for everyone, so why people who went to see it who don't like that sort of movie and then decide to give it a crappy review, I don't know. After reading all the book, I'll admit I was worried for the movies, in my opinion Twilight was OK, New Moon was a disappointment so I was apprehensive about Eclipse.The irony of this situation is a horror film director, David Slade, got it right. From the beginning one of the first things I noticed was the fact that <more>
the acting had drastically improved. Jacob's lines were much less cheesy or at least Taylor delivered them in such a way that they didn't come across that way. Bella's maturity also was apparent in this film. The darker parts of the movie were as dark as they could be while keeping the PG-13 rating. Charlie was the comic relief and always has been that way, but this time I was legitimately in stitches.As far as some reviewers who are annoyed by the love triangle and say nothing changed with that in the movie are clearly missing a few marbles. Bella even explains why she hadn't chosen up until the end of movie to Edward. She was choosing between who she should be and who she is. Jacob obviously who she should be and what she should do and Edward is who she is and where she feels most herself. Plus Jacob and Edward have a moment of understanding in this film which never happened in Twilight or New Moon, and I don't understand how some people on here didn't notice that. Also I can tell you that things really change in Breaking Dawn.Yes there is a lot of dialog in the film, but I don't really think that's a bad thing unless you wanted an interpretive dance. You're dealing with a very large and detailed book that's being squeezed into a two hour movie, something has to give and dialog is a huge part of keeping the viewer aware of what's going on and moving the story along and I really don't think there is too much of it.Also the movie flew by for me and as always leaves it's own "cliffhanger" to be addressed in the next film.The main point is you either love, like, or hate the Twilight Saga, if you hate it, don't see the movie, if you love it I can tell you you'll like probably love Eclipse.
The best movie out of all three Twilight movies (by michelle-779-962059)
I know there is a broad range of people that watched Eclipse already, but having read the books and having watched the two previous movies, I believe this is the best out of all of them. A movie is never going to be as good as reading the original book, so if that is what you're looking for, than don't watch the movie! David Slade did an excellent job of making the movie more dramatic and less cheesy compared to the previous two films that made me want to gag in certain scenes.I believe his technique of meeting with each actor individually before scenes to discuss lines and what he <more>
was looking for in each scene really helped each main character and improved their overall performance in Eclipse. We all have to remember that these are young actors and most of them have found fame through the Twilight movies, but this movie has really shown a lot of growth both in their acting abilities and how they've added more depth to their characters. Actors are only as great as the directors that direct them and I think David Slade has worked wonders with this cast and has shown us that a teenage love story can be turned into a movie where the characters will be praised and loved for not just their looks but for their talents to capture an audience and to walk away wanting more.This movie played more on the serious side of young vampires, werewolves and The Cullens than the cheesy love story and over dramatic lines in the previous movies. Moviegoers get more insight into Jasper and Rosalie, even though I have to admit that Jasper was a little cheesy in this film, but his hair looked a lot more natural than the second film. There is so much going on in this book, but David Slade directed this movie in such a way that we are able to see the different aspects of what this book has to offer.. Vengeance and deceit through the eyes of Victoria and her young vampire army, a love triangle between Bella, Edward and Jacob, and the more human side of the vampires and werewolves through scenes that touch on the past. All these theatrical elements bring the book to life and allow viewers to relive this most important book in the series on the big screen.I enjoyed this movie from start to finish and I believe if you go into the movie theater and not expect that it should be just like the book, you will be pleasantly surprised that the screenwriter and the director have produced a very well made film that takes the most important parts of one of the most compelling books in the series and creates a film that is both dramatic with a little humor. You will walk out of the theater knowing that this third film has done the franchise justice and will get you pumped up for Breaking Dawn!
If you're a Twi-Fan, you'll LOVE IT! If not - don't see it. Simple as that. (by arj117)
First and foremost, what I don't think most of the critics understand, is that this movie was designed for 1 population - Twilight Fans. This movie was not designed to be a cinematic masterpiece that would appeal to the Hollywood Foreign Press, The Academy, or these "hard-core" movie critics. Frankly, I'm not sure why they bother going to the Twilight films, when they already know they're going to trash it.This movie was designed for 1 purpose - to translate our favorite modern love story onto the silver screen; to visually fulfill our Twilight fantastical indulgent <more>
desires. So with that in mind, there's a few simple answers/reviews without spoiling the movie.Do we get to see lots of Jacob and Edward: YES! and the tent scene Do we get the passion and the love story: YES! Do we get Jasper's & Rosalie's awesome back-stories: YES! though brief Do we get the back story of the Quileute Tribe?: YES! though brief Do we get to see the big "fight" scenes Edward & The Meadow : YES YES!!! I actually think the movie did a better job with this than the book did, I love Stephanie Meyer, by writing action sequences is not her forte Does the movie do Eclipse's plot the book justice: YES! Granted some things get simplified or left out for the sake of running time.Overall, I LOVED Eclipse, it was by far my favorite movie of the series and book . My only complaint was that it was only 2 hours.
The connection between the three main characters love story/triangle was there. The action was there between vampires and werewolves. The movie stayed true to the book and it added more in depth visualization. It flowed with the other movies reaching a climax. I am a huge twilight fan, I read all the books and saw all of the movies. New characters were introduced very well. The CGI was good. The sound effects of the vampire/werewolf fighting was excellent. I would recommend this movie to all the twilight fans out there! If you don't like twilight don't right a review and don't go <more>
see. I LOVED THIS MOVIE and can not wait to see it again!
For all the reviews that are posted saying "awful" or "horrible movie...i was dragged to see it and never read the books", if you hate The Twilight Saga, never read any of the books, and were dragged to see it, then obviously you will not like the movies. But if you were fans of the first two movies, and read the books, then watching Eclipse is a must! It is by far the best movie yet, and stayed true to the book. It is that one movie that you can say was just as good as the book. David Slade was an AMAZING director. He actually showed vampires and werewolves looking and <more>
doing what they are supposed to do, and in the light they needed to be showed in. The action was intense, and the boys will love it. And for a horror movie director, he made Edward and Bella's love very romantic and sweet. All in all, Eclipse was a tear-jerking, heart pounding, exhilarating film that can be enjoyed by all audiences. If you read the books or not, you will LOVE this film.
Great movie that worked for me (by phil64-779-561151)
I've read a lot of negative comments about how this movie is just more of the same, but what would you expect? It's a continuation of a series, and obviously the final resolution is still two movies away. So the people who say it's just more of the 'Will Bella choose Edward or Jacob?' plot need to realize that it is the centerpiece of the entire saga and one of the biggest reasons that the Twilight movies are so popular.I went with my 11 year old daughter and we both enjoyed it from start to finish. I haven't read the books and she cover-to-covered them more times than <more>
I can count, so we both approached it from different angles. She liked the way it stuck pretty closely with the book, and I found enough action, humor, and intrigue to keep me focused from start to finish.This, in my opinion, is the best of the three movies so far, as it balances out all the major elements that keep it moving through the whole two hours. Two thumbs up here!
Something else- Oscar Nominee Possibility (by chezestudios)
Let me first say that the first two Twilight saga was plain rubbish and dull, i didn't understand anything; it hurts. But few days ago, Summit Entertainment gave the cast & crew a PRE- SCREENING of the TWILIGHT SAGA: ECLIPSE. It was probably the best out of the others. The acting was great. They saved the best for this one. In this film, the film changed into a very dark perspective. The Movie starts of with the Riley, transforming him into a Vampire. The darkness of the film just gives me a "WOW". Technically, i didn't like Robert's acting or Kristen. But the <more>
visuals makes Robert look so HOT in different ways. The wolf pack had way more screen time. In this one, they had less talk and plan but more ACTION pack.Overall, I'll give this film a 7.9/10-A Oscar NOMINEE for Best Music.
A fun movie to watch for the twilight series fans!! (by xor003)
I have read the books, and the first thing I noticed was that the story wasn't about a plot line at all. It's about the characters and what's going on with them. Stephenie Meyer focuses on interaction, not on dialog, plot, or setting, which is fine. But it makes for a bad movie.Surprisingly, Twilight wasn't that bad of a series. I expected it to be much worse. As I said, there's very little plot or dialog in the book, so it's hard to make a convincing film. They had to over act looks to try and communicate without many words. I could probably count on one hand the <more>
lines in the movie.Other than the over acting, it wasn't bad. There were some very good moments and some very "eh" moments. But overall I would recommend it to Twilight Series fans. But if you see it in the theater, go during a time when all the little junior high and high school girls are in class; your eardrums will thank you for it. And I swear I lost ten IQ points just listening to them.
Okay,so I didn't read all the books, I'm not obsessive fan, but I really liked the first movie, cause it' a love story with vampires. The New moon was nothing like that, it was something between really bad drama, bad action movie, etc. Cause I liked Twilight, I gave it a chance for a third movie. And I liked it. The story wasn't lame, it wasn't slow, it was OK. So yes, all that loving scenes, it made me go eh, but I'm not 15 anymore, I don't believe in love like that, but I can see why people want to believe and why they love Twilight saga. It's positive, <more>
it's like you can escape from a bad dream, where bad dream is reality. Yeah, when I was 15 i wanted love like that, what Bella and Edward have it's amazing, but that's just a story. So yeah, movie is what it must be. A beautiful fairytale.