Mon, 14 Nov 2011 21:49:33 GMT | By Sean Plummer
Twilight: The saga’s best and worst moments

Best: Hunting Victoria (New Moon)



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With Edward having seemingly abandoned her in a bid to protect her from his family's bloodlust, a heartbroken Bella finds herself alone as she is hunted by the venomous vampire Victoria (Rachelle Lefevre) in revenge for Edward's killing her mate James. The scene in New Moon where Victoria is hunted through the woods outside Forks by the Wolf Pack, as the driving strains of Thom Yorke's "Hearing Damage" plays in the background, is particularly mesmerizing and beautiful, especially as Victoria runs effortlessly through the forest and director Chris Weitz's camera follows the action from above.

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