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Telegraph’s “Twilight” Review: First Love and Fresh Blood

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‘Twilight’, an adaptation of Stephenie Meyer’s bestselling teenage vampire stories, is bursting with youthful passion – and quiveringly chaste, too. It would be terrible to have a daughter like Bella Swan. She’s articulate, quite attractive, intelligent. But, boy, does she have terrible taste when it comes to the opposite sex. What kind of girl would…

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Movie Q & A with Robert Pattinson

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From Scotland’s “The Daily Record”: Q HOW did you feel about the fans’ reaction in the first few weeks you were cast? They weren’t very happy about you being Edward. A I WASN’T really surprised to be honest. But I wanted to play the part. I didn’t really care what anyone else thought about it.…

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Interview with Robert from Ireland’s The Herald

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Interview with a Vampire Robert Pattinson is in a very precarious place at the moment. And I don’t mean his hotel room. I mean in his career. Playing the sultry, sexy, supercharged high school vampire Edward Cullen in the bloodsucker blockbuster, Twilight, has seen the young London lad go from Harry Potter supporting player to…

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Another good “Twilight” review from The Guardian

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The Guardian newspaper gives Twilight four out of five stars: Girl meets vampire. Girl loves vampire. Girl and vampire go to the Prom … Peter Bradshaw enjoys this unorthodox but sweet and satirical take on the teen vampire movie Let’s be honest. Which of us, in our impressionable teenage years, has not displaced an irrational…

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The UK’s Daily Mail gives “Twilight” four stars

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Twilight:  A teen flick you can sink your teeth into When I was a teenager, I was skinny, gangling and exceptionally pale. This exposed me to disparaging comments on my appearance, and frequent trips to the doctor to ensure I was not anaemic. A film like Twilight, in which the hero is supernaturally pallid, would…

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The Independent reviews “Twilight”

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Anthony Quinn gave the movie three out of five stars: This high-concept romance is notable at least for featuring the unhealthiest-looking teenage couple ever to smooch on a screen.  Based on the first of a best-selling series of books, it tells of how Bella Swan (Kristen Stewart) moves to a new school in rain-lashed Washington…

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Daily Mail Article: Love at First Bite

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The Daily Mail’s Allison Pearson and her daughter take a look at “Why millions of girls have fallen for the chaste Romance of ‘Twilight’ and its star, Robert Pattinson” A well-mannered vampire is the latest heart-throb for Britain’s teenage girls. As his adventures hit the big screen, Mail columnist Allison Pearson (and her besotted daughter)…

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Irish Times Article: “Hotter Than Potter”

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Four years ago Robert Pattinson’s vignette in Vanity Fair hit the cutting room floor. Now he’s set to become one of the actors of the decade, taking the lead in the phenomenally successful vampire love flick, Twilight, and playing Cedric Diggory in the upcoming Harry Potter. It’s all happened so fast, he tells Donald Clarke…

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