Twilight: New Moon

Amrita Tripathi gives her review of the 2nd installment of the vampire saga- Twilight.

Twilight
, New Moon, went into my head like a story our grand parents narrate. The fantasy world of vampires, werewolf is creative. Directed by Chris Weitz, based on the novel of Stephenie Meyer, the film stars Kristen Stewart as Bella Swan, Robert Pattinson as Edward Cullen, and Taylor Lautner as Jacob Black.One of the USPs of this movie which amazes me is the fight between werewolf and vampire. Like in the first sequel I had loved the flying of Edward, this time I loved the charisma displayed on the screen by this scary wolf, Jacob’s scene where he runs to accelerate into a real large size werewolf, a totally unpredicted move in the story.The story line is pretty straightforward as Edward leaves Bella because, in spite of the fact that they accepted her they might end up hurting her as she is human.

Bella in his absence becomes heart broken and devoid of life, on her dad’s pestering to leave Forks and get back to her mother in Florida, she promises him to be with her friends. Jaocb becomes one of her best friend and eases her throbbing. While Jacob gets busy in finding Victoria, another Vampire who is finding a way to kill Bella, who has been a cause of her mates death. Bella engages herself in dangerous stints as she figures out the image of Edward asking her to stay back and protect her from the battering.

Alice, Edward’s sister inform Bella that Edward is trying to kill himself by coming out in public, by a powerful vampire Volturi, as he thinks that Bella has committed suicide, Both of them rush to save Edward.

Volturi, determine that Bella should either be killed or be turned into Vampire as she being human knows about the existence of vampires. Alice stops him by sharing her premonition with Aro, a Volturi elder that is able to read thoughts, in which Bella has been transformed to Vampire.Edwards’s family later suggests and votes that Bella be transformed into vampire. Later Jacob reminds Edward about the treaty the Cullens ad Quileutes made that they will not attack each other, as long as the Cullens never bite a human.

The movie is just average although some of the scenes are amazing. Apart from the story there is not much in the movie. The characters are well played but it lacks the aura of impressing people. A one time watchable movie.

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