This is one movie that falls in the category of teen vampire romance. This movie has been produced by Summit Entertainment based on a novel by Stephanie Meyers with the same name.
When Bella leaves her home town, she don’t expect to start a new chapter of her life. It all begins in school where the students eagerly wait to meet new friends. Who does Bella meet? The leading roll, vampire Edward! Robert Pattinson who many Harry Potter club fans will instantly recognize, is seen in the main role and creates a new dimension to the character Edward.
Bella falls for this aloof stranger and the fascination of the unknown has a deep calling for Bella. She sits in where others prefer to leave. The other friends Bella has Jessica, Angela, Eric and Mike are all caught up in the vampire mood and the sway holds us all right to the end of the movie. You must see the intoxicating effect that the Cullens family brings with them everywhere they go.. The effect creates darker moods for the audience.
Edward invites Bella to dinner in order to meet the family. The fact that they are all vampires seems to be a little lower on her list of priorities. And the audience watches these scenes unfold almost as intensely as did I. So long as the romance is sizzling it is alright and the director Hardwicke seemed to crown it in the seasons scene which has beautiful music in the background.
There are detractors who would argue that they would have preferred Bella who smiled more often. Or that the scenes where Edward saves his girl from other vampires who are not as quite as tame as his family and want to make a meal out of Bella, are very surreal.
For the die hard fans of Twilight, this is a movie they have to see. The vampire romance is really blended with some very good acting on the part of Pattinson and Peter Facinelli. The book promises another treat that will be equally worth watching: Moon. Those who wish to download the movie may do so at SeeMovieForFree.net
There are scenes that are really tugging at the heart strings of the audience like the scene where Bella is sitting and watching the seasons go by the sound effects in this are strangely sentimental and there are scenes where the hero asks Bella to play baseball with him. It lingers in a void which the director makes no attempt to patch over.
It is intriguing though that the audience anticipates more from a vampire than mere romance. If the scenes are romantic, it is the artistry of Pattinson that shows and carries the day. You must see this kind of romance and get into that kind of mood that seems to make nights more surreal and we expect ghosts to pop out of dark shadows.