Twilight DVD  £4.99 @ HMV
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Twilight DVD £4.99 @ HMV

£4.99
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Found 12th Sep 2009Made hot 12th Sep 2009
High school romance is difficult enough to navigate when both people are human. But for 17-year-old Bella Swan (Kristen Stewart, INTO THE WILD) and Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson, HARRY POTTER AND THE GOBLET OF FIRE), Edward's life as a vampire complicates things even more. At first, when Bella moves from sunny Phoenix to the rainiest corner of Washington State, she isn't sure where she fits in at her new high school. Then she meets Edward, an ethereal beauty of a boy whose unnatural speed and strength lead Bella to the conclusion that her new crush is one of the undead. Suddenly, Bella's boring life is transformed; she's surrounded by love and danger in equal parts, thanks to the hunger of Edward and others of his kind.

TWILIGHT is based on the first book in the addictive series by author Stephenie Meyer. Director Catherine Hardwicke (THIRTEEN) certainly knows her audience, which is primarily the teenage girls who worship the book and its characters. There are plenty of swoonworthy shots of Pattinson's perfectly pale Edward, and his romance with Stewart's nicely acted Bella will cause many a sigh among the devoted fans. While TWILIGHT is primarily a love story in the ROMEO AND JULIET mold, there's also plenty of action and horror to be found. Blood flows (this is a vampire movie, after all), but the small amount of gore shouldn't be too much for the squeamish viewers. The film's record-breaking box office take alone is proof that the film's appeal isn't limited to screaming teen girls.

10 Comments

nice find great price

Brill find - suprised this isn't hotter!

Great price top deal.

Great find, thanks. Saw this at the cinema but it'll be good to watch it again before the release of New Moon at the end of the year.

This film is trully one of a kind.
It'll never be forgotten...

Still think this series will suffer because bella is such an unlikeable character.

I personally thought this film was absolute emo rubbish but I know many ppl like it and for this price for such a recent film it's hot.

Nah it's the totally useless ending in the final book that ruins quite an interesting series

I was going to say something along the lines of 'what a load of trash' but then i remembered that this film wasn't made for me, it was made for 13 year old girs.
I would have seemed like a total jackass.

Just bought 2 for £10 and then went into CEX and traded them in to buy what I wanted. good film for an £8 discount of something else
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