A Surprisingly Unforgettable Movie!
Unshakable, witty and deeply felt, the film will be paying emotional dividends for a long, long time.
It really made me laugh, but for some moments I was tearing up because I could relate so much.
A terrific literary drama and character piece that shows how the process of creating art can be seen differently by those doing it and those looking at it from the outside.
Just when I thought these Twilight movies couldn't get any worse. Even less happens in Eclipse than happens in New Moon. The only thing worse than the acting is the dialogue - which was apparently written by an angsty teenager who has never talked to another living person in real life or read an actual book. Thank heavens I had Rifftrax to help get me through this movie.
THE TWILIGHT SAGA : ECLIPSE 2010 is the best part of TWILIGHT series the best part of this is that the two most famous enemy category comes into a bond of same act with a common thinking to save a human life .this sows that some times the super natural power may be our protector to whom we think as a danger and a good intention may bring most rivals together. when i heard about this movie i thought it was scary but again when i saw its add on flickstree i decided to watch it one time and i loved it. I have now started finding better movies through www.flickstree.com It not only suggests great movies to watch, it also tells where you can watch the movie online.. Highly recommended.
After enjoying the first two adaptations in the Twilight series I took a look at the 3rd films IMDb page,and I was pleasantly surprised to find some positive reviews,which led to me getting ready to open the third chapter in the Twilight saga.The plot:Leaving a night club in Seattle, Riley Biers gets attacked by Victoria,who turns him into a vampire.Once he has been transformed,Victoria starts to Biers to train "new born" vampires for a war against the vampire who killed her lover.A year laterWhilst Victoria gathers her army,Edward's 18 year old (human) girlfriend Bella Swan grows increasingly uneasy about getting married at such a young age,as Swan continues to ask Edward if he can turn her into a vampire,so that there love can last forever.Caught up in their deep love for each other,Swan & Edward are left horrified when news flashes on the TV screen about strange killings taking place in Seattle. Learning from Swan's dad Charlie that he has been investigating the disappearance of a man called Riley Biers for a year,which leads to Edward fearing that Victoria is about to get her revenge.View on the film:Replacing original actress Rachelle Lefevre, Bryce Dallas Howard finally makes the baddies role in the series be fully felt,with Howard's wide eyed fury and short,to the point dialogue unleashing the anger that Victoria has towards Edward.Getting the role after sending an audition tape from Australia, Xavier Samuel gives a wonderful performance as Biers,by Samuel doing very well at keeping Biers good looks mask on,as Biers slowly transforms into a zombie- like,dead to the world beast.Taking a different route to the first two by not solely focusing on the love story aspect in the adaptation,the screenplay by Melissa Rosenberg smartly uses the baddies to give the title an exciting sense of urgency,by making everything that Edward and Bella do have some connection to the oncoming onslaught from Victoria & Biers.After building a love triangle between Bella,Jacob and Edward in the second film,Rosenberg opens up all the emotions which had been suggested in the past,which goes from Jacob pushing Bella to admit her feelings,to Bella having to hold back her passions to give Edward her virginity.Kicking the film off away from his lovers,director David Slade & cinematographer Javier Aguirresarobe stop the light breeze from the last movies in its tracks,and take the saga in a murkier direction,thanks to dark blue needles of rain scattering across the screen,and the light greens from the blossoming romances of the past being replaced by stylish,washed out whites.Backed by a shimmering score from Howard Shore,Slade cuts a fantasy atmosphere deep within,by lighting up the screen with rough & tumble werewolves V vampires battles.Along with the impressive fantasy fight scene,Slade also gives the vampire factions distinctive appearances,with Victoria's vampires looking rotten to the core,and Edward's gang looking almost heavenly,as the third chapter in the Twilight saga ends.
Rating-5/10The Twilight Saga: Eclipse is the third instalment in the series and one that well, kind of takes it up a notch. Now please don't get me wrong, this is an average made movie but one that is so close to being kind of OK, it actually weirdly surprised me. It's better than New Moon by a long way and also in my opinion better than the first movie so this really does feel like the closest point this film series can get to franchise redemption so far.This part is better acted, Kristen Stewart steps it up a notch and Pattinson does too after a poor showing in New Moon. Even Taylor Lautner gets slightly better and it almost feels like he has come of a new age with confidence and more actual skill in his work. The story is kind of overstuffed in truth though with new people, Bryce Dallas Howard returns, well replaces the previous actor to play Victoria, the evil vampire bent on revenge on Bella since the first movie. The problem with so many people is that it feels hard to not only keep track but also it means the acting goes down a level as most of the new people are inexperienced.The film is no doubt a thrilling one, it has it's action although it is very much confined toward the end and so anyone wanting all out fighting will be slightly disappointed. One good thing with this though is that it doesn't hang around like it has done previously, the school isn't shown as much and we also get to explore more in the vampire world and we finally spend some time not talking about Bella. The romance is as ever it's radiant self, but is still awkward but not as much again as before. The lines are less stupid and the characters feel more real in this showing, some fans may feel it even strengthens in this one as the relationship is tested at times.The cinematography is one of the technical aspects that improves here, it feels more good movie like and avoids the common traps that make the camera work feel dull and not exciting enough. One trap that does get fallen into is the director David Slade, now he isn't bad but he doesn't improve enough for this to be a good piece of work for him, it falls back into the same old kind of category and although I feel Slade and the movie do try to escape that, it ultimately just about slides back in.It can feel just a little slow at times Eclipse can, with it's as I mentioned more time away from the school, it is more interesting but the boredom can creep in and kind of pointless adventures and conversations are had that feel very much like time wasting. The effects that are fairly poor before are still not perfect, but they are at least used well and on the point of the slow film, when the effects come, it can breath fresh air into the plot. They are also not overused as is also the usual case, before we had silly backdrops that looked really dumb, now all that is annoying scenery wise is the incredibly strange camera filters.Overall this is a kind of so-so movie that although never makes the grade, never falls flat on its face. This feels like a new beginning in the chapters of Twilight the movie series and is much more confident and all credit for at least pleasing hardcore fans yet again. One thing to say though is that this isn't good I will repeat, it may be for me the best in the series so far but I highly doubt the most cynical of critics for the series will find any solace in this part.