The Twilight Saga: New Moon

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Movie Info & Cast

Synopsis

Following Bella's ill-fated 18th birthday party, Edward Cullen and his family abandon the town of Forks, Washington, in an effort to protect her from the dangers inherent in their world. As the heartbroken Bella sleepwalks through her senior year of high school, numb and alone, she discovers Edward's image comes to her whenever she puts herself in jeopardy. Her desire to be with him at any cost leads her to take greater and greater risks. With the help of her childhood friend Jacob Black, Bella refurbishes an old motorbike to carry her on her adventures.

Cast

  • Kristen Stewart
  • Christina Jastrzembska
  • Robert Pattinson
  • Billy Burke
  • Anna Kendrick
  • Michael Welch
  • Justin Chon
  • Christian Serratos
  • Taylor Lautner
  • Ashley Greene

Did You Know?

Trivia

  • Because it took 36 hours to turn Nikki Reed's brown hair blonde, it was reported that she would wear a wig to play Rosalie.
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Goofs

  • In the scene when Bella first joins her friends at the table in the school cafeteria after her long depression, as she is talking to Mike, if you look at her hair by her left ear, you can see a bobby pin that may have fallen out of her hair piece or is just not hidden well. When the scenes changes to Mike and then back to Bella the bobby pin is gone.
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Quotes

    • Bella Swan: It's my birthday, can I ask for something? Kiss me.
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Metacritic

70

Once again, the three young leads give committed performances, with Lautner's character allowed a larger share of the spotlight this time around.

Metacritic review by Michael Rechtshaffen
Michael Rechtshaffen
The Hollywood Reporter
75

Why does “New Moon” basically work, even with its grave self-seriousness? A few reasons. Weitz lets the material breathe, and his actors interact. The film does not try to eat you alive.

Metacritic review by Michael Phillips
Michael Phillips
Chicago Tribune
75

Given this swoon-inducer, Summit Entertainment would be well-advised to set up fainting couches in the multiplex lobby and provide smelling salts to those who need them.

Metacritic review by Carrie Rickey
Carrie Rickey
Philadelphia Inquirer