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5.0 out of 5 stars Can't watch just once!, 17 Feb. 2010
This review is from: The Twilight Saga: New Moon (2 Disc Special Edition) [DVD] [2009] (DVD)
Contrary to what many people have said in that they have claimed Twilight was the better movie, I disagree.
New Moon was really a film that drew you in from the word go, where Twilight was very slow paced (which I feel had turned off many of the men I know who have watched this film), New Moon is faster paced, more dramatic and in general, there's just a lot more to it.

Although Edward is not in the film as much, the special effects that have him appear to Bella I think are really clever and beautiful and the soundtrack to the film has added to this film having an indie vibe which I think suits the book really well.

This film is definately one that is a must have to own on DVD. I do not know of anyone who has only watched this film once at the cinema, most of my friends and colleagues have at least paid to see this film twice, which may sound a little sad but it really is a testament to this film that people would spend the money to go see it twice as once really isn't enough! Each time you see the film, you notice something new.

This is definately a film that speaks to anyone who has been through heartache, experienced unrequited love and I think more so than Twilight, this is a better film for the boys!
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Initial post: 3 Mar 2010 01:25:56 GMT
Paul Vernon says:
It's not slow pacing, it's having no story developing, thats why men get bored. Go through the story points with someone beginning to end; it'll take minutes.
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