Robert Pattinson has spoken for the first time about the harsh criticism made to the sequel of Twilight Saga “New Moon”, saying it was treated unfairly, and analyzed in the form of a great franchise film instead of a single film.
As he spoke to Parade magazine which is why the site DigitalSpy, the actor who this week has release his new film “Remember Me” said he really enjoyed the movie and credited to the director of New Moon, Chris Weitz, calling it an amazing director.
Robert Pattinson then went on to comment on the whole phenomenon that has become the Twilight Saga, who starred with Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lauter, and said that usually when there is a big “boom” around something, there will be a negative reaction also that comes with it.
“The type of people bother me pessimistic,” the popular British actor referring to film critics.
“Twilight: New Moon was” not at all well received by film critics calling for the film of pale in various orders. Despite being one of the highest grossing films of 2009 thanks to the support of his millions of fans around the world.