Eclipse Review #3

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Reviewer: Trisha

Age: 31

Gender: Female

Twilight Spectrum of Fanship Rating: Twi-Hard. Let's just say I'll plow over any teenaged crazed fan that stands in the way of me and Jacob/Taylor Lautner. Don't beleive me? Try me!

It’s true; I’m a 31 year old woman, who is obsessed with Twilight. I admit it fully and I’m not ashamed of it. My husband rolls his eyes and pretends not to know me every time a trailer comes on. What? Can I help if I gasp out loud and hold my breath?? So opening day FINALLY came and folks, Eclipse was AWWESOOOOME!!!

I fell in love with the whole Twilight series when I read them from cover to cover, skipping meals, losing sleep, and literally checking out of reality until I had finished the last of the saga, Breaking Dawn. And now it’s so fun seeing the whole story play out on the big screen! Am I preaching to the choir here or what. I loved the first two movies, Twilight and New Moon but so far, Eclipse is by far my favorite! In Eclipse the love triangle between Bella, Edward, and Jacob heightens to a whole new level. We finally get to see Bella admit her true feelings towards Jacob, which only intensifies the tension between the three. And speaking of Jacob, you’ll notice that the werewolves look eerily real, more so than in New Moon, especially when Bella leans against Jacob during the 'How to Fight New Born Vampires' scene. I also really enjoyed getting to know some of the other members of the Cullin family. We get a chance to peek into the stories behind Rosalie and Jasper’s “turning” in to vampires. As far as my cinematic experience, Twi-Hard fans were at their best! And will you think less of me if I too was oohing and awwwing and clapping during the film? If so I apologize but in my defense, Eclipse was filled with so much action, drama, and suspense that I just could not contain myself.

Hi, my name is Trisha and I’m a Twi-Hard Fan.

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