As a string of mysterious killings grips Seattle, Bella, whose high school graduation is fast approaching, is forced to choose between her love for vampire Edward and her friendship with werewolf Jacob.
In a world divided by factions based on virtues, Tris learns she's Divergent and won't fit in. When she discovers a plot to destroy Divergents, Tris and the mysterious Four must find out what makes Divergents dangerous before it's too late.
After Bella recovers from the vampire attack that almost claimed her life, she looks to celebrate her birthday with Edward and his family. However, a minor accident during the festivities results in Bella's blood being shed, a sight that proves too intense for the Cullens, who decide to leave the town of Forks, Washington for Bella and Edward's sake. Initially heartbroken, Bella finds a form of comfort in reckless living, as well as an even-closer friendship with Jacob Black. Danger in different forms awaits.Written by
In Bella's visions of Edward, he's wearing the same suit he was wearing when he left her. See more »
When Bella arrives at Jacob's house in La Push with the two motorbikes, she parks her truck next to a silver truck, but when the shot widens out, the silver truck in now parked some way in front of her red Chevy. See more »
Written by Thom Yorke
Performed by Thom Yorke
Courtesy of Xurbia Xendless Ltd.
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New Moon (2009)
It would have been nice to see a decent Vampire movie in such a setting. I really liked the photography and the overcast woodlands. That's about it for compliments. We get more of the same as the last film, spastically turgid dialogue, which just has characters saying how they feel. "It hurts when you're not around, it hurts when you're right next me. It's like drowning or something painful etc." That's pretty much what every character says. The allusions to Romeo and Juliette are misguided and heavy handed. Once again, the only decent actor/character gets about 2 minutes. It was such a waste. He had delivery, presence and most of all CONVICTION. However, he's soon chased off by some of the most annoyingly fake pixels to ever hit the screen. Roger Rabbit looked more realistic.
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