Recenzja do filmu Zmierzch(Twilight)
Based on the books by Stephenie Meyer, Melissa Rosenberg has crafted a fine screenplay that digs deep into a fantastical world of longing and forbidden love. Director Catherine Hardwicke has brought together all the right elements: a terrific cast, beautiful soundtrack, and moody landscape of the Pacific Northwest.
Kristen Stewart plays Bella Swan, a teenaged girl who moves to the rainy little town of Forks, Washington to live with her dad. Bella has a great relationship with her mom, but her mom has remarried a minor league baseball player and is moving around the country with him. So Bella decides to go live with her dad for a while.
She quickly makes friends at her new high school, but one mysterious boy named Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson) is just…well, mysterious. After sitting next to him for one day in science lab, he disappears for several days. And there are other things: he stops a speeding truck from crashing into her, he runs as fast as a mountain lion, and his skin is pale and ice-cold. She soon figures it out – he’s a vampire.
The two quickly fall in love. Her dad (Billy Burke) is less than thrilled, but even though he and Bella have an awkward relationship, he still loves her and doesn’t want any weird boy messing with her. That provides for some comic relief in this rather dark, romantic storyline.
After some magical moments between Bella and Edward – he whisks her high atop a tree with a magnificent view of the Pacific Northwest – she’s welcomed into his family. She even gets to participate in a fun, all-American sport with them. But danger is afoot, and not all the vampires are as welcoming to humans as the Cullens.