This is a good movie for teens it is mostly sweet and romantic but one of the offs is the fact that the relationships between Bella and Edward is a VERY unhealthy one. About twenty (or less) minutes into the movie Edward leaves and Bella is totally depressed. She just sits around and hardly eats or drinks and she ignores her friends and her school work! Also, she finds out that if she does something dangerous she will see an image of Edward telling her not to do it, so of course Bella goes ahead and finds all the dangerous things she can do so she can see him! Otherwise I found the movie fun and enjoyable!(:
I really do think that Twilight: new moon is a very good movie and eventhough I have just got round watching it I really think it is a movie everyone should watch. It think this would be appropriate for mature 11 year olds. You don't really want to worry about kissing because there is not much of that but it is a dramatic movie. I watched this with my little sister but had to make sure she wasn't looking sometimes but overall it is a really good movie.
I was hoping this one would be better than the first, but unfortunately, no. It was very boring! There was almost no action! Bella risks her life several times just because Edward broke up! The only good thing about this movie is tat Jacob cuts his hair, which makes him look way better!
Even though there are some shared kisses between Bella and Edward and some intimate hugging between her and Jacob/Jake, I think the only real problem is that a child younger than 14 may slip into depression because of Bella's strange behavior/depression. As long as your child is fine, I think that a 12 year old and up would like this and others in the Twilight series.
this movie(more enjoyable after you read the book, or if you read the book directly after the movie) is a good followup for the first one. though a little boring. we do not see edward and bella kiss through the movie- plot spoiler-
because edward leaves bella. but don't let them see this if under 13 because the last 2 are very inappropriate.
No more violence than the first film, no more language, no drinking/drugs/smoking, boys are briefly seen shirtless, Teenagers seen kissing, wolves may frighten, a girl is seen with an Apple laptop.....
Bella's character really started to annoy me in the second film. She was clingy and VERY obsessed with Edward. Jacob had more of a storyline than the first film, and he FINALLY cut off all that hair. It is a flim for people who like action and romance but I don't know any boys that actually like it
i think the 1st 2 films are perfectly okay for kids aged 10 onwards. however it's never bad to sit near your kids if they find people with red eys, a girl going crazy for someoen and so on uncomfortable..... new moon is not bad for kids. its ok to the limit of just waching it. i won't say that it's an example for kids. however if your kids want to watch it then i think its perfectly fine.... i myself didnt see the other parts yet..... the point of watching these movies shud just be of watching and then forgetting............... thats what i think.
I think its the best one ever but they got to tell the other persons the details some before they watch them and tell the kids to tell you stop or something like that if its to like something too nasty or like that.
Bella: Edward left meeee!
Edward in her head: don't be sad. It's for the best.
Bella: I'm gonna jump off a cliff!
Edward in her head: Don't do it, you idiot!
Bella: WEEEEEEEEeeeeeee. . . *splash*
This sequel to Twilight is very good. There is a bit of sadness since Bella has lost her one true love Edward and is unable to cope (example: blanking out for months as if she's lifeless and screaming and having nightmares in her sleep) but the melancholy fades away as the movie progresses. There is some kissing, a few swear words, and some violent scenes; but nothing any 12 year old hasn't seen or heard before.