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The Twilight Saga: New Moon

Kristen Stewart  Actor Robert Pattinson  Actor Taylor Lautner  Actor Ashley Greene  Actor Rachelle Lefevre  Actor Billy Burke  Actor

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MPAA Rating: PG13
Contains:Violence

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The Twilight Saga: New Moon

Theatrical Release Date: 2009 11 20 (USA) / 2010 (USA)

UPC: 025192080739

Studio: Summit Entertainment

MPAA Rating: PG13   Contains:[Violence]

Summary: The supernatural tale of star-crossed lovers continues as the Cullen family flees Forks in order to protect Bella (Kristen Stewart), and the heartbroken high-school senior discovers that vampires aren't the only creatures in town. Realizing that Bella will never be safe as long as he's around, Edward (Robert Pattinson) makes the difficult decision to leave his beloved behind shortly after her 18th birthday. Reeling from her loss, Bella embraces self-destruction after being comforted by Edward's image during a moment of mortal peril. But as heavy-hearted as Bella may be, her old friend Jacob (Taylor Lautner) distracts her from her sorrows by helping her renovate a weather-beaten motorbike. When Bella encounters a former adversary with a sizable grudge, she's rescued from harm at the last second by pack of enormous, ferocious wolves. Subsequently delving into the history of the Quileutes, Bella discovers the secrets of Jacob's tribe while looking forward to a reunion with Edward that may have deadly consequences. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

Category: Fantasy

The Twilight Saga: New Moon

Format: DVD

Release Date: 10/19/2010

Aspect Ratio: 2.40:1 2.40:1

Audio: DD5.1 Dolby Digital 5.1

Runtime: 130 Minutes

Sides: 1

Number of Discs: 1

Language(s) English,Spanish

Subtitles: English,Spanish

Region: USA & territories, Canada

Chapters: Disc #1 -- Twilight Saga: New Moon
1. Happy Birthday [11:02]
2. Paper Cut [8:54]
3. You Don't Belong In My World [8:18]
4. A Hole In My Chest [7:22]
5. Scrap Metal [6:33]
6. You're Sort of Beautiful [4:54]
7. Bella's Back [7:01]
8. We Can't Be Friends Anymore [4:32]
9. You Are So Mouth-Watering [5:55]
10. Try to Remember [1:06]
11. You're Good With Weird [3:26]
12. Hunting Victoria [6:45]
13. Cliff Driving [4:12]
14. Werewolves Are Not Good Company [7:32]
15. Under the Clock Tower [6:26]
16. This May Hurt Just a Little [8:37]
17. I Don't Know How to Live Without You [8:20]
18. I Have One Condition [9:06]

Tracie Cooper

The Twilight Saga's second installment finds Bella (Kristen Stewart) and Edward (Robert Pattinson) feeling pretty good -- or at least a little less broody -- about the state of things after having ironed out some of the finer points of interspecies dating. Naturally, it doesn't last long. Bella's 18th birthday party turns into a bit of a fiasco when Edward's brother nearly kills Bella in a fit of bloodlust. It's an awkward situation, to be certain, but while Bella is willing to forgive and forget, Edward elects to leave town -- permanently. The decision sets off a chain of miscommunications that lead to, among other things, cliff diving, a visit with vampire royalty, a supernatural love triangle, and a close call with a scorned vampire (Rachelle Lefevre) whose mate met a gory end at the hands of the Cullens.

While much has been said about Catherine Hardwicke's direction of the original film, she understood that The Twilight Saga is an unapologetic soap opera -- an epic treatise on the joys and sorrows of true love. New Moon director Chris Weitz got the message, as well. There are villains, of course, but they come in a distant second to the tortured souls of Bella and Edward. At one point, Bella begs Jacob Black (Taylor Lautner) -- werewolf, best friend, and almost-rebound boyfriend -- not to ask her to choose between him and Edward, because Edward will always win. Weitz didn't ask his audience to choose between plot and Edward, because Edward had already won.

It was the right decision; after all, a film like New Moon would never withstand a director that took the plot as seriously as its central characters take themselves. With that said, however, it's Taylor Lautner in the role of newbie werewolf Jacob Black who steals the show, often without the aid of a shirt. The Twilight Saga might be all about Bella and Edward, but Weitz appears firmly in the "Team Jacob" camp. While Jacob has torment of his own to contend with, he does so, for the most part, with dignity and a sense of humor. When Bella rejects him, you don't get the sense that he'll hightail it to Europe to commit suicide.

This, in a sledgehammer-lite shout-out to Romeo and Juliet, is exactly what Edward does after he mistakenly comes to believe that Bella has been killed. His plan -- really -- is to sparkle in public and provoke the wrath of the powerful elite group of vampire royalty known as the Volturi, whose strongest conviction is keeping humans unaware of their existence. Thankfully for our heroes, Shakespearean tragedy is avoided; instead, Michael Sheen, in a joyfully campy performance, spares their lives on the condition that Bella be changed into a vampire. Edward reluctantly agrees, but he has a condition of his own -- without giving too much away, it's a proposal that elicits a collective swoon from "Twi-hards" worldwide.

While The Twilight Saga should never, in any circumstances, set an example for any teen (human, vampire, or werewolf) in search of relationship advice, its viscerally felt melodrama coupled with uniformly strong performances makes for a very faithful adaptation of New Moon -- and a more than worthy follow-up to Twilight. ~ Tracie Cooper, Rovi

Cast and Crew: Michael Kendrick  Actor 
Mark Morgan  Executive Producer 
Alexandre Desplat  Composer (Music Score) 
Greg Mooradian  Executive Producer 
Chris Weitz  Director 
Guy Oseary  Executive Producer 
Melissa Rosenberg  Screenwriter 
Wyck Godfrey  Producer 
Karen Rosenfelt  Producer 
Marty Bowen  Executive Producer 
Kristen Stewart  Actor 
Robert Pattinson  Actor 
Taylor Lautner  Actor 
Ashley Greene  Actor 
Rachelle Lefevre  Actor 
Billy Burke  Actor 
Peter Facinelli  Actor 
Nikki Reed  Actor 
Kellan Lutz  Actor 
Jackson Rathbone  Actor 
Michael Sheen  Actor 
Dakota Fanning  Actor 
Edi Gathegi  Actor 
Graham Greene  Actor 
Christopher Heyerdahl  Actor 
Tinsel Korey  Actor 
Jamie Campbell Bower  Actor 
Cameron Bright  Actor 
Noot Seear  Actor 
Elizabeth Reaser  Actor 
Daniel Cudmore  Actor 
Chaske Spencer  Actor 
Alex Meraz  Actor 
Kiowa Gordon  Actor 
Tyson Houseman  Actor 
Bronson Pelletier  Actor 
Gil Birmingham  Actor 
Justine Wachsberger  Actor 
Anna Kendrick  Actor 
Christina Jastrzembska  Actor 
Michael Welch  Actor 
Justin Chon  Actor 
Russell J. Roberts  Actor 
Cam Gigandet  Actor 
Charlie Bewley  Actor 
P. Adrien Dorval  Actor 
Michael D. Adamthwaite  Actor 
Christian Serratos  Actor 
Curtis Caravaggio  Actor 

Country: USA