New Moon: Off the hook for age 12 and up, but perhaps a bit too much for younger kids (age 10-11 and down)
the only concern about this movie was that some swears were used. Not the bad ones but like what the h***. That was practically it. I'm not allowed to say it in my house so I thought I'd mention it. I'm religious; Christian. My parents thought Twilight would be another vampire movie, but they actually thought it was good. Good family movie and there was nothing bad about it, just the slightest bit of effusive love with Edward and Bella. But in New Moon, you'd think the depression Bella suffers is a dramatic period of time. But it wasn't, she's just sitting in a chair and time passes. The like first half went a little slow, mostly with the bonding with Jacob and Bella part. The action (which wasn't that violent) was pretty good (especially with animation of wolves) and starting picking up when Alice comes back to alert Bella that Edward is going to the volturi. The action picks up. The notorious fight scene with MArcus (one of the Volturi) and Edward isn't that bad. One of the Volturi threatens to make Bella immortal (a vampire) but alice saves her because Alice tells them Bella will become one in the future. New Moon was a little more complicated than Twilight, but great. I loved it, and I thought it was the best. The end was a little abrupt, ending with "
Marry Me, Bella" but otherwise, this was a great movie. Humor is intertwined with it, and is a great family movie. It was not mature, but Edward is revealing himself to the commoners in Volterra, and if you read the book, he is shirtless. Older girls whooped but some of the younger ones like 11 and 12 year olds were a bit skeptical to open their eyes. But he quickly gets covered by Bella and then a red rob given to him by one of the volturi. Otherwise, GREAT MOVIE! Read the book as well, although the book describes things more, meaning much more detail (good and bad) read the books because they're great. You can also get a sense of the background the book is presenting before watching it. :)