117 minutes


Science Fiction and Fantasy



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Stephanie Meyer's bestselling gothic romance reaches the screen with its lush moodiness and teen appeal intact. When her mother remarries, Bella Swan moves away from sunny Arizona to liver with her father in the gloomy Pacific Northwest where the sun never seems to shine. Perfect conditions, you might note, for the seriously photophobic. Bella's pale beauty catches the eye of the even-paler beauty Edward Cullen, who soon reveals his secret to her: he's a vampire, as is every member of his family. Far from being repulsed, Bella is entranced by this tortured soul who is afraid to love her in case he drinks her blood. But loving Edward puts Bella in danger, and not just from the charismatic Edward...

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Contains moderate fantasy violence and horror

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