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Edward, Jacob and Bella are back to take another giant bite out of your Christmas spending money in the third instalment of the wildly-popular Twilight series. This time, the action kicks off in a sun-kissed meadow as dreamy vampire Edward (Robert Pattinson) pops the question to his mortal girlfriend Bella (Kristen Stewart).
But given her buried feelings for Jacob (Taylor Lautner), who just so happens to be a lycanthrope, will she plump for wolf or bat? Running parallel to this inter-species love triangle is the terror being unleashed on the residents of nearby Seattle, who are being routinely slaughtered. While a serial killer is suspected, Edward and his undead pals fear it may be the work of rival vampires.
Eclipse is certainly a tricky film for someone of my age and gender. While I could bang on about the faults – its sluggishness, the habit of getting bogged down in back stories and a climax that's over in a flash – I won't, simply because here's a film ergonomically designed for girls in their teens. And for them, Eclipse more than hits the sweet spot.
Just like last time, the lovesick Jacob gets his pecs out, Edward moodily wrestles with his feelings and Bella attempts, but fails, to smile. And, also like the last two films, it neatly nails the agonies of a young woman forced to choose between two men.
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