Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Eclipse out in theaters as of midnight of 06/30

Spoiler alert: DO NOT READ if you have yet to see the film.

Amazing film and a heck of a lot of hotness too. Though I had known this day would come for some time now, I didn't get hit with the right level of enthusiasm until a couple of minutes before the previews started. The trailers that included Harry Potter's Deathly Hallows, Narnia's The Voyage of the Dawn Trader, Julia Robert's Eat, Pray, Love, and Ste Up 3D gave us a glimpse of what to expect in the near future whereas the movie itself was a great product that director David Slade did a fantastic job in bringing to life.

In the Twilight Saga: Eclipse, one can expect a lot of Jasper, Emmett, and a nice background to Rosalie's early life - like the book gave us. The plot itself revolving around Bella's struggle between Edward's, and Jacob's love was portrayed in a clear and effortless way proving that the actors were pretty perfect for their roles.
Of course, Eclipse was nothing without the clear action sequences that one can't help but be fascinated and drawn in by. From the Cullen's practicing maneuvers in front of the wolf pack prior to the Newborn battle to the very battle that would put at further risk Bella's fragile life when Edward struggles to protect her against Victoria an Riley.
The new additions to the cast were simply espectacular, XavierSsamuel making for a great villain as well as Jodelle Ferland's inner struggle to learn what she is and how she must act as the poor lost Bree, an addition to the Seattle vampire army. Bryce Dallas, though no original Victoria was clear enough to bring the conflict in the movie that which would later lead Bella to prove to Jacob that though she loved him no matter what she would always love Edward more.

In the movie theater I was in, the audience was nothing more if very exuberant and sometimes awed by the film. The action sequences were very much enjoyed and can be enjoyed by male theater goers as well as the romance and inner struggle that draw female fanatics to the Saga. Cheers, awws, and claps, could be heard every 10 minutes or so many due to the ilm's smart lines or the actors' themselves making appearences. The highly anticipated kissing scenes do not disappoint and make a point to show how different the couples are whether it be Alice and Jasper sharing a quick kiss to bring some cuteness and fluff, or Bella's kisses with jacob bringing the romantic turmoil to a frenzied high, but no one can of course forget Edward's intimate words and kisses he privys to Bella showing how much he cares and would've done for her had they met in another era like he had been raised to believe and live. A movie would of course not be complete without some slight humor which was proven effective by the much laughter given after Charlie's and Bella's 'awkiward' and somewhat humiliating for both sex talk. Thanks for the lesson Chief Swan.

In the end I believe we should all thank Summit for allowing this amazing Saga to be viewed with our own eyes and not just in our imaginations. Eclipse is after all in my opinion the best Twilight film yet and I hope and know you won't be disapointed.

Also be sure to leave your own review in the comments!
Thank you!


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