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Eclipse Movie Review

Eclipse Movie Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Jul 01, 2010
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

Twilight was all about Team Edward, and in New Moon, Team Jacob was born. In Eclipse, both teams battle equally…but not always against each other. Kidzworld reviews The Twilight Saga: Eclipse.

Jacob continues to fight for Bella’s affection, forcing her to admit that she loves him too. But when Bella’s life is threatened, the vampires and werewolves must work together.


Vampire Army

There have been unexplained killings in Seattle. And thanks to Alice Cullen’s ability to see the future, she knows that more than just a serial killer is behind it. Someone is creating an army of new born vampires to bring down the Cullen’s. Vampires are strongest in their first year after the change, so the Cullen’s know they can’t battle this army alone. They enlist the help of their sworn enemies—the werewolves.


But who would want to murder the Cullen’s? Is it Victoria, who’s still trying to avenge the death of her lover, James? Or is it the Volturi, who see the Cullens’ gifts as threats to their power? All we know is that Bella’s life is threatened. And she needs both Edward and Jacob to keep her safe.


The Bottom Line

Wow. While some may say that Eclipse is the least eventful book, it was certainly the most entertaining movie. The love triangle between Bella, Edward and Jacob has never been stronger. Jacob professes his love for Bella, and forces her to admit her feelings for him. Will their bond be enough to break the intense and irresistible love between Bella and Edward? If she chooses Jacob, she could stay human, and always be safe and warm. With Edward, she has to change species and leave her family and friends behind. Jacob is the obvious choice. But as you know, you can’t help who you love.


Rating:5

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JennyD

JennyD wrote:

team Jacob but Edward's awesome
commented: Mon Aug 12, 2013

ilovecatsdogs

ilovecatsdogs wrote:

team jacob
commented: Thu Dec 06, 2012

PrincessFlufflyAngel
OMG I agree with u i am team jacob tooo
commented: Sun Oct 09, 2011

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