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November 23, 2009

The Movie Blog Podcast – Twilight: New Moon Edition

— Posted by John Campea

Hey there guys. Well… as you can probably tell from the title of this podcast, today we’re just talking about the new Twilight movie “New Moon” which opened this past weekend and smashed all sorts of box office records.

But my dear international friends… please be warned that this podcast is filled with spoilers and that I talk about the movie openly. So if you haven’t seen New Moon yet (and according to the box office most of you have seen it already) you may not want to listen to this episode until after you do.

So with that being said…. let’s get on with it!

Oh… and here’s the picture of me and Jason Alexander I was talking about in the podcast:

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  • BentlyBlack

    I’m not much of a Twilight fan but I really do like Nikki Reed who wasn’t really in the New Moon as much but she stars in an actually good horror movie, Chain Letter.

  • http://facebook.com/callmesu CallMeSu

    Overall I agree with your podcast! I think you have verbalized all the qualms I had with the film personally. I think New Moon was lack-luster. I hope that this next one will make up for it.

    • http://retaliators.wordpress.com James (Haz)

      Two words my friend; David Slade.

  • Rishi

    Guys……if you liked the first part then please do not see this movie ….such an interesting plot and but lack of acting … ..this movie is not even worth for being sequel of this saga twilight.

  • http://chriseverything.blogspot.com Chris

    Sorry John I have to disagree with you. The most annoying thing for me in this movie was how long Bella took to get over Edward. If I had to see her do something stupid because of Edward breaking up with her, I would be peeing on the screen.

  • http://regularguymoviereviews.com Adam Brock

    You know what the worst part about these movies are? They are terrible…just saying.

  • Sia

    I’m a huge Twilight fan and I have read all the books so from my point of view you hit all the right points John.
    But I have to partly disagree with you on the acting. I thought it was good as some points and then I thought they over acted on certain scenes which was my problem in Twilight SO THEY BETTER GET IT RIGHT FOR THE NEXT TWO MOVIES BECAUSE I’m so PISSED THAT THEIR RUINING BOOKS THAT ADORE SO MUCH. I also think that the screenwriter is at fault too because they were give some awful lines at times.
    I love the books but I do agree that they have to change some things to make the movie flow better because sometimes what’s on the page isn’t going to work out on screen.
    One other problem I had was when they were talking it took FOREVER for them to spit out what they had to say I WAS HURRY THE HELL UP AND GET IT OUT !
    I’ve ranted quite a bit but honestly I LOVED THE MOVIE even though it had it’s negatives. I won’t let that ruin my experience.

  • Darren J Seeley

    Stewart better watch out- Bella may just bite the dust the next film or two ^if^ they follow the books. I’ve seen her in other pix- she was great on Land Of Women, I have a soft spot for Messengers…

    I haven’t seen the flick yet, I’m not rushing. I actually had this feeling that Sheen would not have a big part and Burke’s tole would be less than the previous film.

  • Mikano94

    Wow, you actually met “George Caztanza” that’ awesome.

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