Twilight

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When Bella Swan Kristen Stewart reluctantly moved to the perpetually overcast town of Forks, WA, and set out to carve a niche for herself, she assumed it would be one similar to the low-profile social position she held back in Phoenix. First on the list of surprises was the unfamiliar attention from the male population of her new high school; second, the attention from one male in particular: Edward Cullen, Vampire Robert Pattinson. Before long, the unlikely soul mates find themselves in a passionate relationship...
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Overview

When Bella Swan Kristen Stewart reluctantly moved to the perpetually overcast town of Forks, WA, and set out to carve a niche for herself, she assumed it would be one similar to the low-profile social position she held back in Phoenix. First on the list of surprises was the unfamiliar attention from the male population of her new high school; second, the attention from one male in particular: Edward Cullen, Vampire Robert Pattinson. Before long, the unlikely soul mates find themselves in a passionate relationship with a variety of significant setbacks, including Edward's special-needs diet he doesn't eat humans, but Bella's scent inspires a nearly impossible to harness bloodlust and the human girl's mortality. Though things proceed relatively smoothly at first Edward even introduces Bella to his adoptive vampire family, a visiting vampire clan consisting of James Cam Gigandet, Victoria Rachelle Lefevre, and Laurent Edi Gathegi catches Bella's unique scent and threatens the young couple's budding, if dangerous, happiness. James, known for his powerful tracking ability, becomes obsessed with making Bella his next victim. Fearing for Bella's safety and that of her loved ones, the Cullens must combine their collective talents in order to stop the highly predatory James before his goal is accomplished. ~ Tracie Cooper
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Extended and deleted scenes; Documentary; Audio commentary; Comic-con phenomenon
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Here's the deal with Twilight: Edward Cullen, a 100-something-year-old vampire who doesn't look a day over 17, is attending high school along with his adoptive vampire family. He's beautiful Robert Pattinson is on the path to being the most sought-after man-child since Romeo + Juliet-era Leonardo DiCaprio, he can read minds, and virtually all of his female classmates alternate between fear he's got something predatory going on and lovesickness but he's SOOOOO cute. In any case, he isn't interested. Enter Bella Swan, Teenage Girl. She's the new kid in a small, perpetually overcast Washington town called Forks. Her first days of school aren't exactly traumatizing; she makes friends easily and attracts her fair share of Forks boys, but she doesn't fit in and misses her home in Arizona. Everything changes after she locks eyes with Edward Cullen, who doesn't know if he should kill Bella he admits the scent of her blood is like his "brand of heroin" or allow himself to fall in love with her. This is where The Teen Girl Effect comes into play. Twilight is grade-A film crack. The dialogue leaves much to be desired and the special effects are like something out of an old episode of The Outer Limits. Edward's inner struggle to resist the allure of Bella's blood and Bella's mixed feelings and hurt regarding Edward's erratic behavior play like a rushed attempt at paving the way to their first kiss. It's not long before Edward and Bella declare their "unconditional, irrevocable" love for one another despite the inherent danger of a love affair between predator and prey referred to as "the lion falling in love with the lamb" in both the book and film. Bella is willing to give up everything for a boy she hardly knows because she's convinced Edward is her true love, and to be separated from him would be unbearable. It's not a shining moment in terms of social progress for women -- however, if you are a teenage girl, or an adult who secretly keeps a warm place in your heart for your inner-teen to write bad poetry and long for the day her emo Prince Charming will realize just how special and different she really is, this movie delivers the goods. Twilight is almost a spot-on adaptation of the book, down to the mushroom ravioli Bella orders on her first sort-of date with Edward. Similar shout-outs to book fans occur throughout the course of the film; this, along with the casting though he's not the hero of the story, Billy Burke makes a great protective father, captures the essence of the novel quite accurately. In terms of bringing the book to life, Twilight is a complete success, so much so that most of the film's flaws work within the context of the story. Kristen Stewart is sometimes awkward and self-conscious in her delivery, but Bella is an awkward, self-conscious character. Robert Pattinson appears to have taken a hint from Buffy the Vampire Slayer's Angel and attended Broody Vampires Who Hate Their Predatory Nature 101, but that's the nature of Edward Cullen. Director Catherine Hardwicke's influence shows in the rival vampire clan James [Cam Gigandet], Laurent [Edi Gathegi], and Victoria [Rachelle Lefevre], who offer a subtly different menace than the Cullens, in that where the Cullens are mostly a benign kind of scary, these vamps love the thrill of the hunt, and it shows. Unlike Edward's family, this clan doesn't believe in leading a "vegetarian" code for drinking animal blood as opposed to human lifestyle. These are not self-loathing vampires, and when they catch Bella's scent during a family baseball game, James assumes Bella is the post-game meal. The pacing gets a little odd after this -- Bella's leaving her father, she's in a car, she's on a plane, in a hotel room, outside the hotel, and inside the ballet studio where the epic vampire battle is to take place. Gigandet is appropriately creepy as a vampire obsessed with tracking and killing his prey, though once again the battle seems like an inconvenient obstacle preventing Bella and Edward from staring dreamily at one another. It's a forgivable sin, though -- after all, the Twilight demographic and their unashamed adult fans is prone to skipping to the kissing parts anyway.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 5/5/2009
  • UPC: 025192022289
  • Original Release: 2008
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  • Source: Summit Inc/Lionsgate
  • Region Code: A
  • Presentation: Wide Screen / Subtitled
  • Sound: DTS 5.1-Channel Surround Sound, Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound
  • Time: 2:02:00
  • Format: Blu-ray
  • Sales rank: 14,567

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Kristen Stewart Bella Swan
Robert Pattinson Edward Cullen
Billy Burke Charlie
Peter Facinelli Carlisle
Elizabeth Reaser Esme
Cam Gigandet James
Nikki Reed Rosalie
Jackson Rathbone Jasper
Ashley Greene Alice
Kellan Lutz Emmett
Sarah Clarke Renee
Justin Chon Eric
Christian Serratos Angela
Michael Welch Mike Newton
José Zuñiga Mr. Molina
Gil Birmingham Billy Black
Ned Bellamy Waylon Forge
Matt Bushell Phil
Gregory Tyree Boyce Tyler
Anna Kendrick Jessica
Taylor Lautner Jacob Black
Edi Gathegi Laurent
Rachelle Lafevre Victoria
Technical Credits
Catherine Hardwicke Director
Deborah Aquila Casting
Marty Bowen Executive Producer
Carter Burwell Score Composer
Wendy Chuck Costumes/Costume Designer
Elliot Davis Cinematographer
Wyck Godfrey Producer
Greg Mooradian Producer
Mark Morgan Producer
Guy Oseary Executive Producer
Alexandra Patsavas Musical Direction/Supervision
Nancy Richardson Editor
Melissa Rosenberg Screenwriter
Karen Rosenfelt Executive Producer
Michele Imperato Stabile Executive Producer
Tricia Wood Casting
Stephenie Meyer Source Author
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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    Read this review!! It's long but if you agree, it'll put a smirk on your face =]

    I'm a little confused as to why so many people thought this was a good movie. In my opinion the books were great (the latter books more so than Twilight I must say), and while I'm not optimistic enough about movie adaptations to actually expect them to approach the depth of the storyline that a book can hold, I was hoping it wouldn't be TOO bad. But, come on, let's be honest, you know the movie was an epic train wreck.

    Everyone's bashing Kristen Stewart so I'm gonna do her a favor and give her a break. I will say one thing though. I was hoping she would do a better job at trying awkwardly to be alluring to Jacob when they walked on the beach, but again, I suppose I shouldn't hope. Anyway, how about we get on to Rob Pattinson? The guy was horrible for the role. He was creepy and awkward and had a slight lisp. And was he even trying to achieve somewhat of a velvety voice, or did he realize that it was a lost cause and just decide to cut his losses? (Velvet does not equal raspy.) There was nothing graceful or perfect about him, his features, or the way he carried himself. I'll give him one thing though, it's difficult to tear your eyes from his face, but on the downside I think that's only because there's something awkward about it that you can't quite put your finger on. And there's nothing to be said about the perfect body he was supposed to have. Not exactly an Adonis. Personally, I think they chose him for the role because he's British and Americans tend to love the Brits. But guess what? Edward was born in Chicago. And Chicago is in AMERICA. But I digress.

    Another thing that got under my skin about this movie was the plot, of which there was none. To say that they didn't stick to the book is a ridiculous understatement. I wonder how anyone who hadn't read the book first wasn't sitting there completely confused. It was more like a scrapbook than a movie. They threw in some direct quotes from the book, patted themselves on the back, then continued to butcher the story. It was like looking at a science project that was hastily put together the night before it was due. Train wreck. But hey, at least they didn't use the word "incredulously." Not once.

    Why is Bella "unconditionally and irrevocably" in love with Edward? Who knows? But Meyer didn't really say why in the book either, so I guess I can't bash the movie for the one thing it remained consistent on.

    The vamp makeup was pretty bad too. They looked more like paste than marble.

    Edward's glitter-covered skin kind of annoyed me. I thought they might do a better job than that.

    I realize I'm ranting now, but I don't really care.

    I wish Alice had more of a role in the film, she's the one person who actually convinced me that they read the book.

    James was better looking than Edward. Fail.

    The baseball scene was pretty good, so kudos there. Emmett was pretty funny, so kudos there. Jasper was pretty funny too, but not in a way that he intended to be. (He looked cramped the whole time.) Rosalie successfully got on my nerves, so kudos to her too. Carlisle and Esme were not very memorable.

    It's really not even fair to blame the failure of this movie on a tight budget. I have two words: THE MATRIX.

    In closing, I'm looking forward to a parody of the film. It's practically BEGGING for Tina Fey's magical touch.

    18 out of 28 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    Two Sides

    Until the movie, I hadn't even heard of the books...at least not that I can recall. I went to see it in theaters, not expecting much...and was absolutely floored. I loved the scenery; it was breath taking. I thought that the sound track and score were put together quite nicely; the music complemented what was going on in the different scenes. I was riveted by the tension between Bella and Edward's characters, I can't think of anyone better for either role; the chemistry was fantastic. After seeing the movie, I read the book. I can see why fans of the book were disappointed...there were a number of scenes from the book that were simply left out or edited. And I was personally disappointed by the lack of development of the friendship between Bella and Alice...Alice is such a great character...but the movie doesn't portray that well. I definitely think that the movie is worth seeing, and owning. I also suggest watching the movie before reading the book, its actually quite good and I think I would¿ve missed out on that if I had read the book first.

    15 out of 20 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

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    A good book but a bad movie!!

    Okay i am a HUGE fan of the books but lets be serious the movie was a joke!! They didn't put in the most important parts from the book into the movie! Edward in the movie was well... creepy! not hot, didn't have a velvity voice, and walked weird, not gracifully! I for one hope that they redo this movie again with a new director, producers, and cast members. Except for the ones that played Rosilia, Alice, Bellas dad, Emmett, and most of the kids that played Bellas friends/class mates in the movie. I'm looking foward to New Moon coming out into theaters and I hope that with a new director this one will be much better!!!!

    13 out of 25 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    So dissapointing

    Like everyone else I loved the book and hated the movie. Kristen Stweart in paticular was painful to watch. The makeup and hair for the vampires was laughable and they spent too much time on the scenery than on the story. Visually it was beautiful but the dialog was terrible. No one completed a sentence and just made statements at eachother. Why are Bella and Edward in love? From the movie..I DONT KNOW! What a waste.

    9 out of 16 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    Loved Both!

    I loved both the movie and the books. Books are always longer and contain more details than a movie ever will. I usually watch the movie first and then read the book, so I can visualize the characters more as I read about them. After I watched the movie, I went out and bought all four books and didn't stop reading until I had finished the last one. I look forward to the other movies. It should be interesting to see how they turn out.

    9 out of 13 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    Fail

    A twist on a classic love story, the Twilight Saga had an exceptional story and passable writing technique.
    Then the movie came out. Simply watching the previews made me realize that they had turned the books into a cheesy, gothic soap opera.
    My thoughts were only confirmed when I saw the movie. The acting was terrible. The chemistry was terrible. The storyline was torn to pieces. IT was not a good movie, I do not recommend it to anyone who enjoys quality films and I will not see the rest of the series.

    8 out of 8 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    horrendous.

    if you like excessive guitar twangs sprinkled around painfully awkward dialogue, this movie is for you!

    8 out of 14 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    The book is definitely better!

    I decided to read the book and then couldn't wait to see the movie; needless to say, I was disappointed! There are way too many details omitted. I get that you can't put everything in and must edit to fit into a two houf film (this is shorter), but whoever wrote the script left out the good parts! The scene when Bella and Edward went out for dinner was a revealing and riveting part in the story. In the film, it was completely without the nuances and the mystery. There was definitely tension in the book - two teenagers falling in love for the first time - racing pulses, hormones erupting and yet it was all so innocent, it kept us coming back for more. I couldn't wait to read the next book and find out what happened next. This movie left me feeling like the script was lacking in details - it was too sketchy and I feel the actors definitley have more potential than what was seen in this film. Rob Pattinson and Kristin Stewart seem ok together - but their perfomances were only as good as the script and the director. The books are definitley better. I would, however, see this again - maybe sit there with my friends and decide how exactly we would make the film better - At least Rob Pattinson is easy on the eyes!;)

    8 out of 11 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    Twighlight

    Twighlight is one of the best movies ever. The way it mixes romance, and exitement is superb. All the visuals were outstanding, and the script was so perfectly written. The plot was outstanding, and unforgettable. The actors, and actresses did such a good job with the filming of the movie. All I can say is this movie should be nominated for something great.

    7 out of 9 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    I enjoyed it.

    Obviously not as much as the book... That's a given. <BR/>Though I loved the WAY this movie was shot. I do feel that they kind of rushed it a bit more than they should have. <BR/>Just like any good book come movie... REAL fans will sit through another half hour to see a movie closer to the book (Think LOTR, HP). <BR/>I really hope they realize this while making the second movie. <BR/>I really do like the casting choice for Bella... But I do feel that Edward could have been cast much better. Sorry, just not buying Cedric as a sometimes scarey vamp.

    7 out of 9 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Love it..Hate it

    I wish the extra sceenes had not been added to this movie. If the 2 sceenes where James, Victoria, and Laurent were hunting, and the one where Edward carries Bella through the trees to a breathtaking view of Washington had not been created for the movie, there would have been more time for more of the actual book sceenes. I really would have loved to see the part about the blood typing in biology class. <BR/><BR/>I certainly hope there are no "CREATED" sceenes for the second movie! I for one would happily sit through a longer movie to include more of the book. I am a firm believer that if the sceene survived the editing process of the book, then it should survive the editing process of the movie.

    6 out of 8 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    I loved the books but not the movie

    It was painful to see my beloved book chopped and badly acted out. The script could have been written so much better. I could have forgiven that but Bella was cast wrong. A better unknown actress should have been chosen. Although the vampires including Edward were nicely done. I hope for the sake of the book fans out there and for me that New Moon comes out better. Although the previews show Kristen still lacks the abilty to sound natural and every word and emotion sounds and looks forced. Read the books you won't be disappointed. The best books I've read in a very long time and I read a lot!

    5 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    Twilight the movie was excellent

    I thought the movie was outstanding. It was action packed and the love story was great. It has inspired me to read the books and I cannot wait until the sequels come to the theater. I will spend money to see these movies because Twilight was well deserving of the funds spent. Kudos to this film

    5 out of 8 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    Twilight will bite you back

    Twilight was the most unforgettable movie and book. You can really tell that Robert loved playing Edward. And you just wish that someone would love you the way that Edward loved Bella.This book and movie is not just a love story, it's a love story with a twist. When I saw the movie it was just like the book, but more of a visual on what everything was like.

    5 out of 9 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    I *Heart* Jasper!!!

    Yeah I know the title of my head line has nothing to do with Bella or Edward....But I love Jasper more than Bella! Maybe even Edward!!!
    I think Jasper and Alice are the best copule in the Twilight Saga!(maybe even better that Bella and Edward!)
    I don't know why. Maybe it's their story. The way they meet! So cute!
    Oh! And guy who plays Jasper is Soooo HOT!(sorry I forget his name...I know his first name is Jackson...)

    The song '1234' by the Plain White T's,
    is so Jasper and Alice's theme song! It's like a song Jasper would sing to Alice!
    Oh! And 'The Call' by Regina Spektor. So a Jasper and Alice song!


    Okay I'll start talking about Twilight now...
    I loved it! I went to the midnight release party at Borders. It was ok...(i'm talking about the party...) (why didn't Barns and Nobels have 1!)
    I love when you see all the Cullens for the 1st time! And when Bella comes to meet the Cullens. It's so funny!

    If you haven't seen it yet...GO SEE IT!!!

    4 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

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    Adults love this movie too

    When given such a small budget, I think the first movie was done very well. The parts were well cast and the actors made me believe they were Edward, Bella and her father. Jacob was too babyfaced to me. There was a hokey "falling in love" scene in a field of flowers, but the rest of the movie was great. My bookseller friends and I loved the cameo of Stephenie Meyers in the diner and the father racking his shotgun in anticipation of meeting Edward. Too funny. The look Edward gives Bella in the hospital, telling her "Where would I go?" was what all women long for from a man. True romance.

    4 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    Horrible. And Reasons Why.

    WOW. This movie was so bad it's crazy! Kristen Stewart can't act and people like to think that Robert Pattinson can act because they think he is cute. Wow, the movie was so horrible. First off... when he shows his skin in the light you pretty much have to lean close to the screen to see that he is, in fact, sparkling. You really can't even see it. Second, when Bella walks into the class room "Edward's" acting was horrible. People even laughed in the move theater on how dumb he looked squirming around in his seat like that (that isn't how I imagined in the book). There are many other reasons but the last one I will give is on how Edward bit Bella. That was the worst scene in the movie. Honestly. It was just horrible acting. I feel sorry for the other actors who where good actors and were stuck in such a horrible movie. But on the plus side. The only good scene was when they played baseball.

    3 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    Leaves you wanting to read the books if you haven't already or read them a second time.

    Good start to an exciting story holds you attention through out the entire movie. The movie has taken several actors and made them the true characters from the book. You will want to read the book it runs pretty true and has several lines included in the movie. There is quite a bit added that isn't in the book, but it doesn't take away from the movie. You should read the additional books in the series. Looking forward to November when New Moon is said to be released.

    3 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    Hopefully New Moon will be better

    I've watched many movies that I've also read the novel the movie was based on. Not many have upset me as much as Twilight did. I understand it they had to cut a lot out due to timing issues, but the scenes they did portray could have followed the book more closely. Very few characters matched the descriptions in the book. The wigs all looked unnatural. Stephenie Meyer was so descriptive in her book series, it's appalling to know that she completely sold out. The members of the crew would ask her advice before changing something and she went along with the change. For something that she seemed so passionate about, it's not much like what she wrote about. In my opinion, it should say a movie LOOSELY based on the book series by Stephenie Meyer. The character names were right, but everything else was twisted.

    3 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    HATED IT !

    IF YOU ARE A TRUE FAN OF THE BOOKS,YOU WILL BE VERY DISAPOINTED IN THE MOVIE...IT DOESN'T FOLLOW THE BOOK AT ALL..EVERYTHING IS CHOPPY AND RANDOM, NO CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT AT ALL...YOU CAN'T IMAGINE WHY BELLA & EDWARD FELL IN LOVE AT ALL... ALL THE WONDERFUL ROMANTIC TENSION IN THE BOOKS WASNS'T THERE AT ALL ! THE ONLY CHARACTERS THAT PLAYED THE PART TO A TEE FROM THE BOOKS WAS ALICE, BELLA AND JACOB. IF YOU JUST WANT TO WATCH IT FOR ENTERTAINMENT, YOU MAY BE MILDLY ENTERTAINED. BUT THIS MOVIE WAS A BIG LET DOWN FOR BOOK FANS...

    3 out of 8 people found this review helpful.

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