Critic Review - TIME Magazine

This is Meyer's worst offense -- her disturbingly Victorian attitudes about sex and love, which this particular movie falls modestly in lockstep with, even though it concludes years of cinematic foreplay.

November 17, 2011 Full Review Source: TIME Magazine | Comments (2)
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Gabriele Cookstown

Gabriele Cookstown

I'm happy to see that you critics finally leave the leads who had to deal with so much nonsense from awful screen writer Rosenzwerg and Meyer. They created the most boring vain people...only Cathrine was able to bring some life into the first Book..the rest was destroyed from an overeager Melissa and some Directors who clearly only wanted some attention

Nov 17 - 01:48 PM

María Siñani Butrón

María Siñani Butrón

I agree with you, A fanatical should never write about vampires or love.

Nov 17 - 02:10 PM

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