Talk:Blood & Chocolate (film)

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Reception Section?[edit]

It'd be nice if we could have one. I, frankly, was turned off right away once I saw the trailer, and I'd like to know a few critics' opinions. Albino Bebop 22:17, 16 March 2007 (UTC)

Film poster[edit]

Film poster available here. If anyone wants to insert an Infobox Film template in this article and upload the poster as an image to include as part of the template, feel free. --Erik (talk/contrib) @ 23:00, 30 November 2006 (UTC)

Added it from impawards.com --Nehrams2020 01:03, 1 December 2006 (UTC)
Good choice! :) --Erik (talk/contrib) @ 01:06, 1 December 2006 (UTC)

Links removed?[edit]

These links were removed:

I don't see that these are any lower quality than the kept links, and as far as I can tell the journal is an official one, not a fan-created "game" as was implied in the edit summary. I thought I'd ask about these before just putting them back in. Why were these selected for removal? Do others think they don't belong, or is it just one editor? Anyway, discuss away. Mermaid from the Baltic Sea 22:25, 15 January 2007 (UTC)

Update: it looks like another user has putFictional In-character blog by Vivian aka Blood and Chocolate official LiveJournal community back in. Mermaid from the Baltic Sea 16:18, 16 January 2007 (UTC)

List of Differences[edit]

Okay i just watched this movie and though it didn't follow the book (I was already told it wouldn't) I wasn't as disappointed as i thought i would be. first as i search through sites to find a little back ground for what i write everything says the same thing it is LOOSELY based on the young adult novel written by Annette Curtis Klause. In the book she was not orphaned by hunters who came to her family thus she was not taken in by her Aunt though her Aunt showed a few characteristics of the mother from the book. Vivian in the book fell for a boy at school in the states not a starving artist on the streets of Romania the relation ship progressed similarly though Gabriel in the book was not after power but Vivian as his mate the law in the movie that every 7 years he chooses a new mate not in keeping with the book Vivian who rebels against this not wanting to be leader but to be free to live her life as she sees fit. she shows her self to the boy and he loses it goes on a rampage to kill the pack thinking to save her from damnation in the movie though he is hunted down by her pack for killing a wolf that would have killed him and Vivian defends him and they run away together after Gabriel is fought and killed. in a sense she is now Alpha and people in the finally scene show that . In the book however there is a fight for dominance and her mother is attacked and in a second of blind protection of her mother Vivian herself ends up Alpha by defeating the one who would have killed her mother.

I cannot say which was better than the other but both were exceptionally well done in my opinion as the book showed one outcome the movie showed what could have happened if the boy had accepted the girl for who she truly was all in all i was very impressed.

Sorry, had to do this: Okay i just watched this movie and though it didn't follow the book (I was already told it wouldn't) I wasn't as disappointed as i thought i would be. first as i search through sites to find a little back ground for what i write everything says the same thing it is LOOSELY based on the young adult novel written by Annette Curtis Klause. In the book she was not orphaned by hunters who came to her family thus she was not taken in by her Aunt though her Aunt showed a few characteristics of the mother from the book. Vivian in the book fell for a boy at school in the states not a starving artist on the streets of Romania the relation ship progressed similarly though Gabriel in the book was not after power but Vivian as his mate the law

in the movie 

that every 7 years he chooses a new mate not in keeping with the book Vivian who rebels against this not wanting to be leader but to be free to live her life as she sees fit. she shows her self to the boy and he loses it goes on a rampage to kill the pack thinking to save her from damnation in the movie though he is hunted down by her pack for killing a wolf that would have killed him and Vivian defends him and they run away together after Gabriel is fought and killed. in a sense she is now Alpha and people in the finally scene show that . In the book however there is a fight for dominance and her mother is attacked and in a second of blind protection of her mother Vivian herself ends up Alpha by defeating the one who would have killed her mother. I cannot say which was better than the other but both were exceptionally well done in my opinion as the book showed one outcome the movie showed what could have happened if the boy had accepted the girl for who she truly was all in all i was very impressed. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 66.234.217.207 (talk) 22:38, 20 May 2017 (UTC)

Synopsis Rework[edit]

I came to this article through a link, and was curious about the title, so I started reading the synopsis. And I am completely lost. I know absolutely nothing about the movie (or the book), and the plot synopsis seems very "in universe", as it is written as though "loup garou" is known to all. In order for the article to be encyclopedic and accessible to all, I really think it needs to be written from a neutral, out-of-universe point of view. And then I'll be able to understand what's going on! Joliefille 09:58, 17 August 2007 (UTC)

I'm considering just adding an extra sentence in the first line, something to the effect of "Vivian is a member of a tribe/race/community known as the "loup Garrou" werewolves". That should make the rest of the text somewhat more understadandable, but I'd much prefer if someone who has actually seen it wanted to contribute. 193.11.246.220 (talk) 10:14, 23 November 2007 (UTC)

Also synopsis should be changed to "full plot" or something similar and a real synopsis added. I may try to see the movie at some point to be able to contrib more usefully =) 193.11.246.220 (talk) 10:27, 23 November 2007 (UTC)

Say What?[edit]

When she changes back into her human self she reveals who she is, he is stricken with guilt and is eager and reluctant to help her. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 24.193.62.134 (talk) 03:14, 13 September 2007 (UTC)

Any questions?[edit]

OK, how the heck does the whole "Antigen Ag" work? Come on, look at science people? An explanation would be nice, not just magical mumbo jumbo cliffhangers.ShadowBaron (talk) 04:47, 14 October 2008 (UTC)