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The Twilight Saga: Eclipse

Kristen Stewart  Actor Robert Pattinson  Actor Taylor Lautner  Actor Billy Burke  Actor Bryce Dallas Howard  Actor Dakota Fanning  Actor


MPAA Rating: PG13
Contains:Violence,Sexual Situations

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The Twilight Saga: Eclipse

Theatrical Release Date: 2010 06 30 (USA - IMAX) / 2010 06 30 (USA)

UPC: 025192083259

Studio: Summit Entertainment

MPAA Rating: PG13   Contains:[Violence, Sexual Situations]

Summary: The third film in the Twilight series explores a love triangle between Bella (Kristen Stewart), Edward (Robert Pattinson), and Jacob (Taylor Lautner) as the werewolf pack and the Cullen clan join together to fight a new breed of vampires. Melissa Rosenberg provides the screenplay for the Summit Entertainment adaptation of Stephenie Meyer's best-selling novel, with director David Slade calling the shots behind the camera. Bryce Dallas Howard joins the cast as Victoria, the role originally played by Rachelle Lefevre in the first film. ~ Jeremy Wheeler, Rovi

Category: Fantasy

Features: Includes Audio Commentaries with Robert Pattinson & Kristen Stewart and Stephenie Meyer & Wyck Godfrey, become the ultimate The Twilight Saga: Eclipse insider with a 6-Part Documentary, viewable in both Standard and Picture-In-Picture modes; see even more with Deleted & Extended Scenes; watch your favorite scenes over and over with the interactive JUMP TO Feature; Relive every moment with the Photo Gallery; Plus Music Videos from Muse and Metrix

The Twilight Saga: Eclipse

Format: Blu-ray

Release Date: 12/04/2010

Aspect Ratio: 2.40:1 2.40:1, 1.78:1 Alternate Wide Screen

Audio: DHMA, DD5.1 Dolby Digital 5.1, DD2 Dolby Digital Stereo

Runtime: 124 Minutes

Sides: 2

Number of Discs: 2

Language(s) English,Spanish

Subtitles: English,Spanish

Region: USA & territories, Canada

Chapters: Disc #1 -- Twilight Saga: Eclipse
1. Fire or Ice [8:46]
2. Roundtrip Tickets [8:49]
3. Checking To See If You Are Still Human [7:39]
4. Doesn't He Own a Shirt? [5:02]
5. Our Magic Awakens When They Are Near [6:24]
6. You Wouldn't Have to Change For Me [6:46]
7. I Was A Little Theatrical Back Then [6:41]
8. This Is The Time To Make Mistakes [5:20]
9. Never Go For The Obvious Kill [4:36]
10. Battle Scars [2:12]
11. Edward Is Old School [3:48]
12. Do Me The Honor [6:52]
13. Carrying Bella To Safety [6:37]
14. Attempt To Control Your Thoughts [5:32]
15. That Should Have Been Our First Kiss [6:11]
16. She Knew You Would Be With Me [4:27]
17. The Volturi Don't Give Second Chances [7:24]
18. It's Where I Belong [8:33]

Alaina O'Connor

Eclipse is the third installment in the Twilight Saga, but unlike the previous films this one feels like a deserving blockbuster, with a faster-paced story and more action. Of course, the things that make a Twilight film what it is -- teenage romance and bloody danger -- still remain, but this film feels less sappy and more urgent while at the same time avoiding the hormonal deluge of Twilight and the sleepiness of New Moon. Director David Slade nails the tone and intercuts bouts of breezy romance, sexual tension, and suspenseful action, while screenwriter Melissa Rosenberg skillfully translates Stephenie Meyer's prose into a digestible and coherent narrative. Some of the themes stay the same, but Eclipse gets right to the thing that makes this franchise so popular: the love triangle between Bella, Edward, and Jacob. It's the ultimate fantasy -- a young girl is forced to choose between two equally tall, dark, and broody men who yearn for her. This desire leads to conflict, and Bella finds herself stuck between the vampire she loves and the wolf she's falling for.

In Eclipse, Edward is determined to marry Bella and Bella wants to lose her soul and virginity to her broody vampire beau. Edward wants to keep her pure and living as long as he can, and so does Jacob for that matter, who gets angry after Bella tells him that she'll become a bloodsucker after graduation. After the requisite reintroductions of minor characters, the film picks up quickly. Victoria's back, but this time she's created herself an army of newborn vampires -- undisciplined yet powerful and extremely dangerous. In order to protect Bella, an unlikely alliance forms between the wolf pack and the Cullens, which leads to Edward and Jacob teaming up -- and bumping heads -- all in a bid to keep her safe and win her heart.

Rosenberg broadens the series' scope, this time incorporating backstories for supporting characters Jasper and Rosalie and adding meatier rolls for Bryce Dallas Howard and Dakota Fanning, but most importantly, Bella and Edward are allowed a wider range of emotions. The sexual tension between stars Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson is pretty hot, and despite the fact that all they really do is kiss, the chemistry is definitely there. Both actors seem more comfortable in their roles -- though Taylor Lautner stands out as the shape-shifting werewolf making Bella's decision that much more difficult.

But like all the Twilight films, there's a balancing act between swooning cheesiness and gothic slaughter. With sweeping shots of the mountains of British Columbia as stand-ins for Forks and slightly better special effects than in previous Twilight films, Slade alternates between suspense and romance with careful precision. There are times when the film pokes fun at itself -- like when the Cullens joke about throwing a party because "how many times are you going to graduate from high school?" or when Edward comments to Bella about a shirtless Jacob, "Doesn't he own a shirt?" -- but true fans will love this installment, which is easily the best so far in the series, for the simple fact that Eclipse is the film in which Bella finally chooses between Edward and Jacob. ~ Alaina O'Connor, Rovi

Cast and Crew: Mark Morgan  Executive Producer 
Howard Shore  Composer (Music Score) 
Greg Mooradian  Executive Producer 
Guy Oseary  Executive Producer 
Melissa Rosenberg  Screenwriter 
Wyck Godfrey  Producer 
David Slade  Director 
Karen Rosenfelt  Producer 
Marty Bowen  Executive Producer 
Kristen Stewart  Actor 
Robert Pattinson  Actor 
Taylor Lautner  Actor 
Billy Burke  Actor 
Bryce Dallas Howard  Actor 
Dakota Fanning  Actor 
Peter Facinelli  Actor 
Elizabeth Reaser  Actor 
Jackson Rathbone  Actor 
Kellan Lutz  Actor 
Ashley Greene  Actor 
Nikki Reed  Actor 
Anna Kendrick  Actor 
Michael Welch  Actor 
Justin Chon  Actor 
Christian Serratos  Actor 
Xavier Samuel  Actor 
Gil Birmingham  Actor 
Sarah Clarke  Actor 
Jodelle Ferland  Actor 
Paul Jarrett  Actor 
Iris Quinn  Actor 
Kiowa Gordon  Actor 
Tyson Houseman  Actor 
Bronson Pelletier  Actor 
Alex Meraz  Actor 
Julia Jones  Actor 
Tinsel Korey  Actor 
Chaske Spencer  Actor 
Alex Rice  Actor 
Boo Boo Stewart  Actor 
Peter Murphy  Actor 
William Belleau  Actor 
Justin Rain  Actor 
Monique Ganderton  Actor 
Byron Chief-Moon  Actor 
Mariel Belanger  Actor 
Jack Huston  Actor 
Dawn Chubai  Actor 
Ben Geldreich  Actor 
Daniel Cudmore  Actor 
Cameron Bright  Actor 
Charlie Bewley  Actor 
Leah Gibson  Actor 
Kirsten Prout  Actor 
Cainan Wiebe  Actor 
Catalina Sandino Moreno  Actor 

Country: USA