The Twilight Saga: New Moon
The Twilight Saga: New Moon

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Edward leaves Bella after an attack that nearly claimed her life, and in her depression she falls into yet another paranormal relationship - this time with werewolf Jacob Black.... (Full plot summary below)

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Edward leaves Bella after an attack that nearly claimed her life, and in her depression she falls into yet another paranormal relationship - this time with werewolf Jacob Black.

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Chicago Tribune - 8/10 by Michael Phillips 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.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch - 8/10 by Kevin C. Johnson May be one of the most fun-free, angst-ridden teens we've seen on the big screen in a long time.
Slate - 8/10 by Dana Stevens Mopey, draggy, and absurdly self-important, the movie nonetheless twangs at some resonant affective chord. This viewer, at least, was catapulted back to that moment of adolescence when being mopey, draggy, and absurdly self-important felt like a passionate act of liberation.
Philadelphia Inquirer - 8/10 by Carrie Rickey 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.
The Hollywood Reporter - 7/10 by Michael Rechtshaffen Once again, the three young leads give committed performances, with Lautner's character allowed a larger share of the spotlight this time around.
Variety - 7/10 by Jordan Mintzer Carried by Kristen Stewart's compellingly dark performance, but also by helmer Chris Weitz's robust visuals.
Los Angeles Times - 6/10 by Kenneth Turan Constrained by the plot of the novel, the film keeps the two lovers apart for quite a spell, robbing the project of the crazy-in-love energy that made "Twilight," the first entry in the series, such a guilty pleasure.
New York Daily News - 6/10 by Elizabeth Weitzman Weitz takes a looser approach than the series’ last director, Catherine Hardwicke, did. He has a better sense of humor, too.
Time Out New York - 6/10 by Anna Smith Is this sequel defending its fan base and preempting criticism about its transparent agenda? This IS a soap opera, folks--and acceptable escapism for those old enough to see it yet still young enough to shriek at undead dreamboats.
Washington Post - 6/10 by Michael O'Sullivan Despite melodrama that, at times, is enough to induce diabetes, there's enough wolf whistle in this sexy, scary romp to please anyone.
USA Today - 6/10 by Claudia Puig The werewolves have it all over the blood-suckers in The Twilight Saga: New Moon. When these oversize, hirsute creatures burst onto the screen, they inject life into a rather inert story.
Portland Oregonian - 6/10 by M. E. Russell More solidly crafted and insults its audience quite a bit less than its predecessor, and it sets up several nice emotionally complicated cliffhangers for the next installment. I hope its target audience has a blast.

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