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The Twilight Saga: Twilight
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- Produkten har slutat tillverkas : Nej
- Produktens mått : 13.2 x 1.4 x 18.7 cm; 82 Gram
- Artikelnummer : SUM51233
- Körtid : 2 timmar och 1 minut
- Skådespelare : Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner, Billy Burke, Peter Facinelli
- Studio : Entertainment One
- ASIN : B001Q9EJ2O
- Ursprungsland : Portugal
- Antal skivor : 1
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Teen vampire story. When Bella Swan (Kristen Stewart) moves to the small town of Forks to live with her father, she meets the mysterious and beautiful Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson). The two grow close and become soulmates - but there's just one small problem: Edward is a 90-year-old vampire with irrepressible bloodthirsty urges. Can the couple's deep and passionate love overcome the frenzied vampires and werewolves that stand in their way - not to mention the disapproval of Bella's family and friends?
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Feel a little embarrassed because I'm a 35 y/o woman that is totally hooked on the characters (book as wel as the people portraying them on screen) and keep rewatching over and over and over again. I actually feel a bit empty inside when I'm done watching, so I start from the beginning again haha!
I love the story, the special effects in the movie, it's just such a great big love. You shouldn't overthink it all too much. I know people are saying well how stupid is that, she has to die in order to be with him, he is too protective and overbearing. But don't look at that. Look at why she wants to become a vampire and why he acts around her the way he does. It's their love. And that love is amazing and I would wish for everybody in the world.
So read the books, watch the movies. You'll have a lovestory for life :)
Bella, 17, feels different from the other students, and this is noticeable even by just looking at her features: Extremely pale and beautiful in a different way than other girls.
At her school, a family called the Cullens are different. They are all extremely pale and beautiful. They are adopted by the beautiful blond doctor in town and his wife. The family consists of Dr.Carlisle Cullen and Esme, Rosalie and Emmett, Jasper and Alice, and finally the mysterious Edward.
Bella and Edward are attracted to each other straight away. The film is very nice, but I have to say that the 4 books from Stephanie Meyer are amazing.
Bella senses that Edward is different from her, because of his eye colour changing to gold and black, his speed and strength. She then researches and learns that he is a vampire, as well as his family. He warns her to stay away from him, but they can't. Edward and his family are different than others because they don't feed on human blood, but hunt animals instead. They don't want to be "monsters". However, there are other vampires who are just killers, or more precisely: "trackers". Edward and Alice have a power. He can read people thoughts (except Bella's), and Alice has visions of the future. They can go out during the day, but prefer bad weather, because when it's sunny their skin glows like diamonds and everyone would notice that they don't look natural, hence not human.
Bella is not scared because she knows that Edward would never hurt her as well as his family. For Edward it's hard to be too close to Bella, such as kissing her for example, because she's like "his own personal brand of heroin" as he says. It's hard for him, because he would like to drink her blood, but at the same time he loves her. At the end of the film, Bella is still with Edward and would like to be an immortal as well so that they could be 17 and together forever. He asks her if one lifetime is not enough for her, and she replies that for the moment she can live with that. The film explores sexual tension for teenagers very well. It's also a very modern film about friendly vampires as we haven't seen since a long time. Maybe a bit in "Interview with a vampire", or in Buffy, but it's still very different.
I recommend it, but if you can, read the 4 books first even if they seem huge, they are amazing and you will read them very quickly as they are extremely entertaining.
As I say don't expect too much - watch the dvd as something removed from the book - if you've already read it - and you'll enjoy it.
The extended scenes include a longer sequence of Bella and Edward lying in the meadow. 'If I ever hurt you I don't know how I would live with myself. You don't know how it's tortured me,' Edward tells Bella, who replies 'I'd rather die than stay away from you.' I thought this scene worked better than the one that is in the final cut. I don't understand why they didn't put it in the movie because it really captures the 'essence' of the book, as well as the relationship and chemistry between Bella and Edward.
There are 2 deleted scenes of Bella and Edward. The first is a slightly different scene of when Bella dreams of Edward. She 'wakes up', sees him standing at the foot of her bed, reaches over and kisses him, before waking up for real, sees him standing there, puts the light on and then he's gone. The second contains the famous line 'Bella, your number was up the first day I met you.' The scene starts off quite serious with Edward warning Bella to be careful and not to wander off into the woods by herself, but ends in a playful manner with the two of them sprawled on the grass looking at each other.
Other highlights are the features 'Becoming Edward' and 'Becoming Bella', A Conversation with Stephanie Meyer, the Twilight UK premiere and The Comic Con Phenomenon, where the cast are screamed at by 6000 fans and asked questions. When a fan asks if anything spontaneous happened during filming, the director Catherine Hardwicke shares with the audience that when Kristen and Robert were rehearsing the kiss scene, Rob got a little passionate and fell off the bed. The audio commentary could have been a bit more informative about the filming process. Catherine Hardwicke occasionally says things like: 'Rob, you're looking pretty buff in this scene,' which I thought was hilarious.
Basically, if you saw the movie and thought there could have been more Bella and Edward, and left the theatre feeling short-changed because you could see the chemistry but felt it wasn't developed properly, I would recommend this edition for the extended footage and deleted scenes.
OK, so it might not have made the final cut, but you can still watch it and obsess over it.