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The Twilight Eclipse (2010), All You Want To Know & Watch About A Great Movie

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The Twilight Eclipse (2010)

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.

 

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The Twilight Eclipse (2010) Reviews

The price for surrendering your virginity is so high in “The Twilight Saga: Eclipse” that even Edward Cullen, the proposed tool of surrender, balks at it. Like him, you would become one of the undead. This is a price that Bella Swan, the virtuous heroine, must be willing to pay. Apparently when you marry a vampire, even such a well-behaved one as Edward, he’s required to bite you.This romantic dilemma is developed in “Eclipse,” the third installment in this inexhaustible series, by adding a complication that has been building ever since the first. Jacob Black, the shape-shifting werewolf, is also in love with Bella (Kristen Stewart), and she perhaps with him. Jacob (Taylor Lautner) and his tribe are hot-blooded and never wear shirts, inspiring little coos and ripples of delight in the movie audience. Here is a fantasy to out-steam any romance novel: A sweet girl is forced to choose between two improbably tall, dark and handsome men who brood and smolder and yearn for her.
Nothing is perfect. There is a problem. The flame-tressed vampire Victoria (Bryce Dallas Howard) has been active in Seattle, initiating new vampires, or Newbies, who in their youth are ravenous for blood and would have superhuman strength, if they were human. Victoria wants to destroy Bella in revenge for the murder of her boyfriend James. Edward and Jacob both vow to protect the girl they love, and their fellow vampires and werewolves of course are prepared to fight to the death in this cause. This is true buddy love.The movie contains violence and death, but not really very much. For most of its languorous running time, it listens to conversations between Bella and Edward, Bella and Jacob, Edward and Jacob, and Edward and Bella and Jacob. This would play better if any of them were clever conversationalists, but their ideas are limited to simplistic renderings of their desires.To be sure, there is a valedictory address, reminding us that these kids have skipped school for three movies now. And Edward has a noble speech in which he tells Bella he doesn’t want to have sex with her until after they’re married. This is self-denial indeed for a 109-year-old vampire, whose actions add a piquant flavor to the category “confirmed bachelor.”Of Taylor Lautner’s musculature, and particularly his abs, much has been written. Yes, he has a great build, but I remind you that an abdominal six-pack must be five seconds’ work for a shape-shifter. More impressive is the ability of both Edward and Jacob to regard Bella with penetrating gazes from ’neath really dope eyebrows. When my eyebrows get like Edward’s, the barber trims them and never even asks me first.There is a problem with the special effects. Many of the mountain ranges, which disappear into the far distance as increasingly pale peaks, look suspiciously like landscapes painted by that guy on TV who shows you how to paint stuff like that. The mountain forests and lakes are so pristine, we should see Lewis and Clark just arriving.And the werewolves are inexplicable. They look snarly enough, have vicious fangs and are larger than healthy ponies, but when they fall upon Newbies, they never quite seem to get the job done. One werewolf is nearly squeezed to death, and another hears “he has broken bones on one whole side.” Luckily, repairing the damage is only a night’s work for Dr. Carlisle Cullen (Peter Facinelli). The problem with the effects is that the wolves don’t seem to have physical weight or presence.
Much leads up to a scene in a tent on a mountaintop in the midst of a howling blizzard, when Bella’s teeth start chattering. Obviously a job for the hot-blooded Jacob and not the cold-blooded Edward, and as Jacob embraces and warms her, he and Edward have a cloying cringe fest in which Edward admits that if Jacob were not a werewolf, he would probably like him, and then Jacob admits that if Edward were not a vampire — well, no, no, he couldn’t. Come on, big guy. The two of you are making eye contact. Edward’s been a confirmed bachelor for 109 years. Get in the brokeback spirit.The audience watched this film with rapt attention. They obviously had a deep understanding of the story, which is just as well, because I don’t think anyone not intimately familiar with the earlier installments could make head or tails of the opening scenes. The “Twilight” movies are chaste eroticism to fuel adolescent dreams, and are really about Bella being attracted and titillated and aroused and tempted up to the … very … brink! … of surrender, and then, well, no, no, she shouldn’t.

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The Twilight Saga: Eclipse (2010)

Rated PG-13 for intense sequences of action and violence, and some sensuality

124 minutes

Cast

Jackson Rathbone as Jasper Hale

Elizabeth Reaser as Esme Cullen

Kristen Stewart as Bella Swan

Billy Burke as Charlie Swan

Robert Pattinson as Edward Cullen

Bryce Dallas Howard as Victoria

Peter Facinelli as Dr. Cullen

Dakota Fanning as Jane

Taylor Lautner as Jacob Black

Based on the novel by

  • Stephenie Meyer

Written by

  • Melissa Rosenberg

Directed by

  • David Slade

 

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The Twilight Eclipse (2010) Plot

In Seattle, not far from Forks, Victoria attacks Riley Biers, so she can begin to create an army of newborns with him to get her revenge on Edward Cullen for killing her true love James.

Back in Forks, Edward and Bella Swan discuss the complications of becoming an immortal vampire. At 18 years old, one year older than Edward was when he became a vampire, Bella expresses her aversion to the idea of marrying so young. Edward refuses to turn her into a vampire until they are married, his argument that she should have various human experiences she would otherwise miss. While Charlie Swan investigates the disappearance of Riley Biers, Edward suspects his disappearance was caused by the newborn vampires, furthering his suspicions is Riley’s intrusion into Bella’s room.

Although Edward fears for her safety, Bella insists that Jacob Black and the rest of the werewolf pack would never harm her, but Edward is still unconvinced. Bella goes to La Push to see Jacob and returns home unharmed. During one of her visits, Jacob confesses he is in love with her, and forcefully kisses her. Furious, Bella punches him and sprains her hand, and Edward later threatens Jacob if he ever touches her without her consent again and tells him to wait for Bella to give it to him. She even revokes the invitations for Jacob and his pack members to her graduation party, but when he apologizes for his behavior, she forgives him.

Meanwhile, Alice sees a vision of the newborn army attacking Forks led by Riley Biers. Jacob, accompanied by Quil and Embry overhear this, which leads to an alliance between the Cullens and Wolf pack. Later, the Cullens and the wolves agree to a meeting place and time to train and discuss strategy.

During the training Jasper explains to Bella that he was created by a vampire named Maria to control a newborn army. He hated his original existence and upon meeting Alice, joined the Cullens with her. Bella sees the true bond between a mated vampire pair and begins to understand Jasper better. Despite her reluctance to marry, Bella realizes that spending eternity with Edward is more important to her than anything else and agrees to marry him.

Edward and Bella camp up in the mountains to hide her from the bloodthirsty newborns. During the night, she overhears a conversation between Edward and Jacob, in which they temporarily put aside their hatred towards each other. In the morning, Jacob overhears Edward and Bella discussing their engagement and takes off. She desperately asks him to kiss her, realizing she has fallen in love with him. Edward finds out about the kiss but is not upset, as Bella tells him her love for Jacob is not as strong as her love for him.

When Victoria appears, Edward kills her while Seth kills Riley. The Cullens and the Quileute wolves, meanwhile, destroy her “army”, though Jacob is injured saving Leah Clearwater from a newborn. Several members of the vampire police, the Volturi, arrive to deal with the newborn army. They also see that the Cullens are guarding the newborn, Bree Tanner, who had refused to fight and surrendered to Carlisle and Esme. Jane tortures her to collect information, then instructs Felix to kill her, despite the Cullens’ efforts to spare her.

When Jane notes that Caius will find it interesting that Bella is still human, Bella informs her the date for her transformation has been set. She visits the injured Jacob to tell him that even though she is in love with him, she has chosen to be with Edward. Heartbroken but willing to accept her choice, Jacob reluctantly agrees to stop trying to come between her and Edward.

Bella and Edward go to their meadow, where she tells him she has decided to do things his way: get married, have sex, then be transformed into a vampire. She also explains that she never has been normal and never will be; she’s felt out of place her entire life, but when she is in Edward’s world she feels stronger and complete. At the end of the film they decide they need to tell Charlie about their engagement.

 

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The Twilight Eclipse (2010) Box office

Eclipse set a new record for the biggest midnight opening in the United States and Canada in box office history, grossing an estimated $30.1 million in over 4,000 theaters. The record was formerly held by the previous film, The Twilight Saga: New Moon, with $26.3 million in 3,514 theaters. It held the record until the summer of 2011, when it was broken by Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2, which made $43.5 million.

Eclipse also had the highest midnight gross of the franchise until it was topped in November 2011 by its successor, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1 ($30.3 million). The movie also surpassed Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen in total grosses for a midnight screening in IMAX. Eclipse garnered more than $1 million at 192 theaters, while Revenge of the Fallen earned $959,000, until it was beaten five months later by Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1 with $1.4 million.

The film grossed $68.5 million on its opening day in the United States and Canada, becoming the biggest single-day Wednesday opening over Revenge of the Fallen‘s $62 million, and the third biggest single-day opening ever at the time. As of 2011, the film has the third-highest opening-day gross of the series behind New Moon ($72.7 million) and Breaking Dawn – Part 1 ($72.0 million). Furthermore, the film earned $9 million at various IMAX locations during its first week. 

After six days of release in the United States and Canada, the film ended Independence Day with a total of $176.4 million, including $64.8 million during its first weekend. In its second weekend, the film fell 51%, a better standing than its predecessors, grossing an estimated $31.7 million. 

The film opened overseas with $16.2 million, beating records set by the film’s predecessor in Russia with an estimated $3.9 million (since surpassed by Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides which earned $5 million), in Italy with an estimated $3.1 million, in the Philippines, grossing $1.2 million, and in Belgium, where it grossed an estimated $1.1 million.

It is the third-best opening day ever in Italy; in the Philippines, Eclipse topped Spider-Man 3 for best opening day ever, and was the highest opening day ever in Belgium. In three days, Eclipse topped the box office with $121.3 million and during its first weekend it earned $71.3 million.

Overseas in its second weekend, the film grossed $70.6 million from 9,440 screens in 63 markets, a 1% drop from its first weekend. The film opened in the United Kingdom at number one, grossing $20.7 million from 523 locations (including previews), the market’s biggest opening of 2010 (until Toy Story 3 surpassed it) and about $1.7 million more than The Twilight Saga: New Moon grossed in its opening weekend in November 2009.

The film also debuted at number one in France, grossing $13.3 million, which marks the third-largest opening in the country for a 2010 film (behind Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1‘s ($20.7 million) and Alice in Wonderland‘s($15.4 million). The film opened at number one in South Korea with $4.9 million. 

The film ended its box-office run in the U.S.A. and Canada on October 21, 2010 having grossed $300,531,751, surpassing its predecessor The Twilight Saga: New Moon, which grossed $296,623,634 a few months before, to become the highest-grossing film of the franchise and the highest-grossing romantic fantasy, werewolf and vampire movie of all time at the American and Canadian box office. It is the fourth movie of 2010 to reach $300 million and ranks 46th on the all-time chart in the U.S.A. and Canada.

Compared to its predecessor overseas, it has grossed $393,047,815 against New Moon‘s $413,203,156. Therefore, internationally, Eclipse remains the second-highest-grossing film in the franchise with $693,579,566 against New Moon‘s $709,826,790. Eclipse‘s highest-grossing markets except the U.S.A. and Canada are the UK, Ireland and Malta ($45,709,785), Germany ($33,087,955), France and the Maghreb region ($32,987,421), Italy ($19,984,000), Brazil ($30,499,010) and Australia ($28,566,737). 

 

The Twilight Eclipse (2010) Critical response

Reviews for the film were mixed, but more favorable than New Moon. Review aggregation website Rotten Tomatoes gives the film a score of 48% based on 244 reviews, with a rating average of 5.46/10. The site’s general consensus is that, “Stuffed with characters and overly reliant on uninspired dialogue, Eclipse won’t win The Twilight Saga many new converts, despite an improved blend of romance and action fantasy.” Review aggregation website Metacritic, which assigns a weighted mean rating out of 100 reviews from film critics, the film holds a rating score of 58/100 based on 38 reviews, indicating “mixed or average reviews”. 

The Hollywood Reporter posted a positive review of Eclipse, saying the film “nails it”. Peter Debruge of Variety reports that the film “finally feels more like the blockbuster this top-earning franchise deserves”. 

Rick Bentley of McClatchy Newspapers stated the film was the best in The Twilight Saga so far, suggesting that, “The person who should be worried is Bill Condon, the director tapped for the two-part finale, Breaking Dawn. He’s got a real challenge to make movies as good as Eclipse.”

The New York Times praised David Slade’s ability to make an entertaining film, calling it funny and better than its predecessors, but wrote that the acting has not improved much. Giving the film 4.5 out of 5 stars, Betsey Sharkey from the Los Angeles Times praised David Slade’s method of blending his previous works to form a funny movie. She stated, “Eclipse eclipse[s] its predecessors.” The film was also listed in 49th place by Moviefone on its list of the 50 best movies of 2010. 

Roger Moore of the Orlando Sentinel gave the film 2.5 out of 4 stars, stating, “The dullness of the performances really stands out when somebody like Bryce Dallas Howard, or Anna Kendrick turn up and liven up their scenes.” While calling the film “too chatty and too long”, he did compliment David Slade’s directing and noted that the movie will please the fans. Michael Phillips of the Chicago Tribune gave the film 2 out of 5 stars, stating that David Slade’s pacing is “everything like molasses running uphill”.

He also criticized the characters, the actors portraying them, the big close-ups of hand-held devices, and called Howard Shore’s score “gunk”. Wesley Morris from the Boston Globe stated, “If the first two movies were “get a room,” part three is “get a therapist”. He said the second and third film “repeat that discovery [in Twilight] without truly deepening it…the movies are interesting without ever being good.” 

A mixed review said that while “Eclipse restores some of the energy New Moon zapped out of the franchise and has enough quality performances to keep it involving”, the film “isn’t quite the adrenaline-charged game-changer for love story haters that its marketing might lead you to believe. The majority of the ‘action’ remains protracted and not especially scintillating should-we-or-shouldn’t-we conversations between the central triangle.”

Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun Times gave the film a more positive review than for the first two films in the saga, but still felt the movie was a constant, unclever conversation between the three main characters. He criticized the “gazes” both Edward and Jacob give Bella throughout the movie, and noted that the mountain range that appears in the film looks “like landscapes painted by that guy on TV who shows you how to paint stuff like that.”

He also predicted that a lack of understanding for the film series in general would not bode well with the audience, stating, “I doubt anyone not intimately familiar with the earlier installments could make head or tails of the opening scenes.” He gave the film 2 stars out of 4. Steve Persall of the St. Peterburg Times called the movie “just monstrously bad”, and said, “Eclipse leaves the sputtering story arc in idle, with only an uneasy truce between the vampire and werewolf clans amounting to anything new” and rating it grade C−.

The Guardian‘s columnist Peter Bradshaw gave the film a one-star rating in a review that lampooned Bella’s continued abstinence, among other plot elements. Bradshaw, dubbing the series “The epic of the unbroken duck”, wrote that “Bella Swan is starting to make Doris Day look like the nympho from hell”, and concluded that “it could be time to sharpen the wooden stake.

 

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The Twilight Eclipse (2010) Accolades

Year Ceremony Award Result
2010 National Movie Awards Most Anticipated Movie Of The Summer Won
Teen Choice Awards[100] Choice Summer Movie
Choice Summer Movie Star: Female (Kristen Stewart)
Choice Summer Movie Star: Male (Robert Pattinson)
Choice Summer Movie Star: Male (Taylor Lautner) Nominated
Choice Music: Love Song (Neutron Star Collision (Love Is Forever))
Scream Awards The Ultimate Scream
Best Fantasy Movie Won
Best Fantasy Actress: Kristen Stewart
Best Fantasy Actor: Robert Pattinson
Best Fantasy Actor: Taylor Lautner Nominated
Best Breakthrough Performance – Male: Xavier Samuel
Nickelodeon Australian Kids’ Choice Awards 2010 Favourite Movie Won
Favorite Movie Star: Kristen Stewart Nominated
Favorite Movie Star: Robert Pattinson
Favorite Movie Star: Xavier Samuel
Hottest Hottie: Taylor Lautner
Fave Kiss: Kristen Stewart & Robert Pattinson
Fave Kiss: Kristen Stewart & Taylor Lautner
Brazilian Kids’ Choice Awards 2010 Couple of the Year : Kristen Stewart & Robert Pattinson Won
American Music Awards Favorite Soundtrack Nominated
Satellite Awards Best Original Song: Eclipse (All Yours)
Best Original Song: What Part of Forever
2011 People’s Choice Awards Favorite Movie Won
Favorite Drama Movie
Favorite Movie Actress: Kristen Stewart
Favorite Movie Actor: Robert Pattinson Nominated
Favorite Movie Actor: Taylor Lautner
Favorite On-Screen Team: Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner Won
Grammy Awards Best Compilation Soundtrack Album for a Motion Picture, Television, or Other Visual Media Nominated
Golden Raspberry Awards Worst Picture
Worst Director: David Slade
Worst Actor: Taylor Lautner
Worst Actor: Robert Pattinson
Worst Actress: Kristen Stewart
Worst Screenplay: Melissa Rosenberg
Worst Prequel, Remake, Rip-Off or Sequel
Worst Screen Ensemble
Worst Supporting Actor: Jackson Rathbone Won
Kids’ Choice Awards Favorite Movie Actress: Kristen Stewart Nominated
MTV Movie Awards Best Movie Won
Best Female Performance: Kristen Stewart
Best Male Performance: Robert Pattinson
Best Male Performance: Taylor Lautner Nominated
Best Breakout Star: Xavier Samuel
Best Fight: Robert Pattinson, Bryce Dallas Howard and Xavier Samuel Won
Best Kiss: Kristen Stewart & Robert Pattinson
Best Kiss: Kristen Stewart & Taylor Lautner Nominated
37th Saturn Awards Best Fantasy Film
Teen Choice Awards Choice Movie: Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Choice Movie Actress: Sci-Fi/Fantasy (Kristen Stewart)
Choice Movie Actor: Sci-Fi/Fantasy (Robert Pattinson)
Choice Movie Actor: Sci-Fi/Fantasy (Taylor Lautner) Won
Choice Movie: Villain (Bryce Dallas Howard) Nominated
Choice Movie: Male Scene Stealer (Kellan Lutz) Won
Choice Movie: Female Scene Stealer (Ashley Greene)
Choice Movie: Liplock (Kristen Stewart & Robert Pattinson) Nominated
Choice Movie: Liplock (Kristen Stewart & Taylor Lautner)
Choice Movie: Male Breakout Star (Xavier Samuel)
Choice Vampire: Robert Pattinson Won
Choice Vampire: Nikki Reed Nominated
Choice Male Hottie: Robert Pattinson
Choice Male Hottie: Taylor Lautner

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The Twilight Eclipse (2010) Movie Info

Danger once again surrounds Bella (Kristen Stewart), as a string of mysterious killings terrorizes Seattle and a malicious vampire continues her infernal quest for revenge. Amid the tumult, Bella must choose between her love for Edward (Robert Pattinson) and her friendship with Jacob (Taylor Lautner), knowing that her decision may ignite the long-simmering feud between vampire and werewolf.

 

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