The Twilight Saga New Moon

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Edward leaves Bella after an attack that nearly claimed her life, and in her depression she falls into yet another paranormal relationship - this time with werewolf Jacob Black.
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Movies.com
The net result is boredom unless you're already heavily invested in this series and bringing your own enthusiasm to the table.
April 04, 2011
New York Magazine/Vulture
Weitz's pacing is so limp you're going to need the electricity generated by a live audience to keep from yelling, "Hurry it up!"
November 23, 2009
TheMovieReport.com
Ostensible heroine Bella is such a weak, needy, pathetic co-dependent who stirs up so much sh*t for those she purportedly loves that it's hard to muster much rooting interest for her.
April 08, 2012
Examiner.com
The brooding and sulking is so palpable in "New Moon," the latest film in the Twilight series, that you could probably cut it with a knife. If the filmmakers thought that this would be enough to carry a film for over two hours, they were sadly mistaken.
September 25, 2012
Quickflix
The Twilight Saga's New Moon is not terrible, despite featuring some excruciatingly lazy storytelling, atrocious performances, listless direction and a core storyline that is both uninteresting and somewhat disturbing.
October 27, 2010
ComingSoon.net
Unfortunately, but not unexpectedly, new director Chris Weitz has decided to be generally faithful to his source material despite the problems it's going to give him through a narrative that could delicately be described as 'sprawling.'
March 21, 2011
Newsweek
If only director Chris Weitz had managed to tease out the real drama -- Bella's fear of aging -- instead of a tired one.
November 24, 2009
The New Republic
A landmark cinematic event in 280 words, or one for every $500,000 of weekend box office.
November 24, 2009
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