Maybe the film would be better if she wasn't in it biting her lip every five fucking minutes.
The acting is the main problem. Kristen Stewart is terrible. It's sad that she's the highest-paid actress of recent years.
Drinking game: Every time Stewart pushes her hair back, bites her lip, or looks awkward
Funny that this film's greatest sin wasn't the quasi-subliminal "don't have sex" and "submit to a man" themes present in the books and, more prominently, in the later entries, but rather, the act of being really, really boring.
The plain and simple truth is that Stephenie Meyer’s vampire lore is as spectacular as watching cows graze on a willow. Add some terrible special effects, some annoying colour-filters and irritating performances, and you have this movie.
Absolutely brilliant. A riveting young adult romance film about a girl who is caught between to excellent (and gorgeous) actors. One is a vampire, one is a werewolf. Which will she choose? Watch the movie and find out. Definitely worth your time. One of the best movies of all time. OF ALL TIME.
much much much better than the book. Catherine Hardwicke is a pretty good director, too bad the special effect is one of the worst I've seen for a 21st century Hollywood movie.
I like to watch this movie a lot (and the following ones). Reason? I spend most of the time laughing (even though I should cry, instead, because of the growing stupidity in it...)
Laughably bad. Actualy condones unhealthy relationships. If this movie had come out 10 years earlier it would have been accused of ripping off Buffy and promoting anti-girl-power. The main stars have no chemistry. I recommend Let The Right One In to fans of Twilight. A similar vampire love story but darker, subtler, and less gaudy.