The Blu-ray Special Features explore a quality film production, in more depth than has been marketed. Personally, I've found myself comfortably situated between the two extremes, more able to appreciate passion for than against the film series. The screen adaptation changes timeline, settings and dialogue which work better cinematically. Using their extrasensory skills, the Cullens figure out that the newborns are on the hunt for Bella. Visually, Eclipse is light and naturalistic, a contrast to the cool and ethereal Twilight and the romantic lushness of New Moon. Though pivotal, the part is surprisingly small to attract someone of Howard's experience.
The Stephenie Meyer track is a nice addition, and instances where novelists comment on the films based on their books are far too rare. The first and more attractive one is recorded by Bella and Edward themselves, Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson. In fact, it has taken me so long to get through them all that in some sort of Tron-like accident, I think I may be writing this from inside the Eclipse Blu-ray. As a bonus, Screenwriter Melissa Rosenberg Dexter coins superb zingers. Any criticisms regarding the senselessness of the storyline or the futile confusion of a girl that has already made her decision two books ago should be taken up with Meyer, not the director or screenwriter of any of the films. Eclipse is a good movie, the story changes and there are real developments.
First up are two audio commentary tracks, the first with Actors Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson, and the second featuring Author Stephenie Meyer and Producer Wyck Godfrey. As Bella decides her destiny, Edward, Jacob, the Vampires, and the Werewolves form an uneasy but necessary alliance to thwart the pending attack by Victoria and her army of Newborns, a battle that promises great bloodshed in the lands around the serene northwestern town of Forks, all the while the mysteriously powerful Volturi await the proper time to once again inject themselves into the internal affairs of love and violence in Forks, Washington. Technically, the computer-generated wolf colossus look and seem real enough to want to snuggle against. Even better, the special effects are seamless; whether the unique crystalline deaths of Vampires or the amazingly realistic fur seen on the Werewolves, Eclipse is home to well-nigh perfect, albeit generally minimal, special effects. You balanced out the clouds nicely for me. The Making of The Twilight Saga: Eclipse 6-Part Documentary Stand Alone Version — Full Length Documentary This in itself is an excellent film. Fans of the movies finally get commentaries from those they most want to hear from.
Its not always easy to remember that there's actually a real, serious series of novels and, now, three corresponding films behind Twilight mania. Dialogue through the center channel carried more of a punch sounding clearer. The life of a vampire is filled with action and danger. The Twilight Saga: Eclipse debuts on Blu-ray with a quality assortment of extras. ? Un incidente il giorno del diciottesimo compleanno di Bella, fa capire ad Edward quanto la sua presenza possa mettere in pericolo la ragazza, decidendo così di allontanarsi da lei. No matter how careful I am, they somehow get covered in fingerprints and scratches.
Additionally, the surround speakers also carry seamless environmental sound effects, whether the gently rolling waters of a beachside scene in chapter two or the sonic strength of the Werewolves rumbling through the soundstage later in the film. The chase scene with Victoria is grainy and dark, with a loss of color and detail that were in the original print. Kristen Stewart and Rob Pattinson work the material to the best of their abilities this time; their respective characters flow together with slightly more familiarity. So I asked my 22 year old son about it. Do a Twilight Eclipse movie search, Amazon also sells a special edition Blu ray, that's the one to get. Summit Entertainment might not be releasing all that much on Blu-ray these days, but the studio's discs are almost always top-notch nonetheless. Nevertheless, Eclipse is consistently engrossing and entertaining in its own way.
As noted in the body of the film review above, Eclipse goes full-throttle towards a chilly and metallic blue and gray color palette; there are sprinkles of brighter colors throughout, of course -- all of which are beautifully rendered -- but the predominant shading looks great, too, and best of all, it doesn't cost the transfer in the fine details department. The biggest addition is a bedroom scene of Bella opening up to her romantic concerns to sympathetic Angela Christian Serratos. The natural settings are gorgeous with a beautiful use of light by Cinematographer Javier Aguirresarobe. The movie isn't especially well-written or well-acted. Of note is that Eclipse returns to the washed out blue and gray coloring of the first film, rightfully eschewing the more natural and slightly golden tinting of. We also get to hear what a 24 year-old guy, perhaps the only one on the planet who is fervently Team Edward, really thinks about Bella and Jacob.
I really liked this movie and all the the rest of the twilight movie. This is the stuff that fuels the female fandom. I recommend this movie whether you have read the book or not. Even though Bella and Edward are more comfortable with each other, Rob and Kristen continue to have that inexplicable magnetic pull. I am not team Jacob or Team Edward, but if you are team Jacob, you'll be happy with how much of the wolf pack is in this movie. The small town of Forks is safe for now, but trouble is brewing. That love triangle permeates Eclipse, supplying evidence to support the case for both Team Edward and Team Jacob.
With all the hype surrounding the movie stars and all the millions of copies of the novels sold, it's understandably easy to become jaded and cynical when it comes to the filmed adaptations of Twilight, but truth be told the movies aren't the bile many make them out to be. And they are beautiful photos. The Special Features are certainly worth the few dollars more over the movie only version. Similar to the extras that accompanied the previous two films, this can be viewed as one big documentary running 88 minutes that way but plays more like six distinct featurettes strung together. Overdramatic, super serious, and ludicrous, yes, but also fun and unthreatening. I found it to be a very addicting love story between a girl and her family, vampire and his family, werewolf and his family and how they all came together. Fans should be thrilled with the quality of this all-inclusive supplement.
That might work in the tropics, but in the wet Northwest? Jacob has to carry Bella so as to cover up her scent? Scenes that the characters aren't in are fast-forwarded with loud videotape sound and video effect. Eclipse, I'm sure you know, is the third entry to the franchise. Edward, meanwhile, wants her to marry him, the only way she can crystallize her love to an old soul like he. A bizarre concept and one born more out of excess disc space than real value, it's a humorous nod to those whose main draw to the movie are Masters Pattinson and Lautner. The actors' track lacks in substance -- despite a few interesting tidbits -- with the track primarily built around inconsequential insights and recollections from the set, all the while hindered by some stretches of silence.
The Twilight Saga: Eclipse 2010 The Twilight Saga: Eclipse Blu-ray delivers stunning video and audio in this fan-pleasing Blu-ray release Bella once again finds herself surrounded by danger as Seattle is ravaged by a string of mysterious killings and a malicious vampire continues her quest for revenge. The movie takes on a comprehensive point-of-view, often relegating Bella to the sidelines. I have no clue where they could have gotten such an idea from, but I suppose it makes sense, what with Breaking Dawn running a series-record 756 pages or just three shorter than another fantasy series finale I can't think of at the moment. Again, from the occasional weak effect and unconvincing rhythm, there is the sense that these are being produced more hastily than they should be a sacrifice in the name of maximizing the franchise's impact and profit. With her graduation quickly approaching, Bella is confronted with the most important decision of her life.