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Plot: Bella is enjoying her new life and new powers, after the birth of their daughter, Renesmee. Soon, however, their family bliss is threatened again, by a new menace. Vampire Irina believes a child like Renesmee could challenge the power and existence of the Volturi. As Irina rallies the Volturi to destroy this potential threat, Bella and the Cullens - together with any allies they can assemble - are preparing to fight a crucial, ultimate battle, to protect their family. Runtime: 115 mins Release Date: 18 Nov 2012
I always read the books before I see the movies. I just prefer to have sort of idea of what I am getting myself into. I loved the Twilight Saga. The books were very well written and enjoyable for any age. Then the first movie came out. I agree with anyone who complains about Kristen Stewart's acting. She IS terrible. She acts like she is trying to force everything out of her mouth. The acting from everyone in the first couple of movies was pretty blah. Come Eclipse and Breaking Dawn 1, things were getting better, with the exception of Kristen.I wasn't expecting much from this movie. I <more>
had been told that they had pretty much re-written 1/3 of the book, but as is tradition for me, I had my ticket for the 10pm showing on 11/15. I was in love with the movie. Even Kristen Stewart had improved with her looks and acting. She still wasn't great with her acting, but it was better than before.The casting was great. However, the character of Alistair wasn't how the book portrayed him and that was disappointing. Lee Pace as Garrett is by far my favorite casting. Talk about Hort!!! McKenzie Foy playing Renesmee was so great. She is a beautiful, talented little girl and has a very bright future ahead of her.Now, I will admit, I was ready to walk out of the movie when the fight scene started. The moment Carlisle was killed, I wanted to run. I couldn't believe that they had changed the book that much. That was going overboard. In the back of my mind though, I had a feeling that it was all a ruse.The director sure did a fantastic job sending the saga out with a bang. I have already seen it twice and can't wait to see it again and again and again.
With All These Bad Reviews...Did You See The Movie? (by bettyboop_fan)
I like this board for the idea that you can give your opinion on movies. However, what I see a lot aren't reviews by Twilight lovers, but haters. I am questioning whether they have even seen the movie? Our theater was packed and the reaction was nothing but positive at the midnight showing. As the computer technology has improved, so have the CGI wolves. They have come a long way in the last four years. They were believable characters in this movie. The whole concept of a baby with teeth was most likely why the baby looked like the E-Trade baby. You don't expect a newborn baby to have <more>
a full set of choppers. However, this film was the perfect amount of action and romance. This is exactly what fans needed. I can see why they needed to make this into two movies. Since this was a continuation of the last movie, I can see why some people may not know what is going on. These are characters most of us have grown to love over the last 4 years. You are expected to know these characters without a lot of flashback. The actors as well as characters have matured over these years. Kristen Stewart showed both emotional and growth in her acting abilities. If they would have kept Katherine Hardwick, I am not sure the series could have progressed the way it did. The only thing I wish they would have spent more time on is Bella's change. In the book, she isn't allowed to see Renesmee and has a longer transition period. Also in the book, the Bella/Charlie meeting takes is longer. The twist ending had everyone in our theater gasping. The battle scene was awesome and they did a nice job casting the the other tribes. The pace of the film was good also. I didn't once want to get out of my seat, although my seat was horrible uncomfortable. I thought this was a great ending to the series. As a true fan of both the movies and books, I left the theater overall satisfied. It is a great thing Stephanie Meyer became an producer on her own vision. She was able to give input on the characters. This is a must see for "Twilight" lovers.
I must say, i am so glad to watch this movie in theater. I'm not a huge fan, but i like movies who have something inside to tell everybody. First off all i would like to say something about new effects. 3D effects is awesome, like scene when Bella is running with Edward. Nature and sound is amazing. I don't know what to say...I really enjoy in this movie. Last fight is so good, epic, strategy, fictional, emotional. There is a lot of new people in this movie, who create and make new styles on the movie. Wolfs animation is very good, sounds like a real in movie.I love Bella powers, and <more>
on the end i would like to say: Thanks production for everything. If someone ask me, i will put this movie on nomination for Oscars or golden globe. Thanks production for hard work all night, thanks Bill Condom, thanks IMDb.
After the movie's opening credits the use of red, black & white, combined with the images we see, are so artfully done/very beautiful we pick up right where we left off - on new vampire Bella's red eyes. While Part 1 may have been slow to get going for some, Part 2 wastes no time getting into the important stuff, like Bella learning to control her strength/bloodlust as a newborn. Then there's the rather amusing scene where Jacob breaks the news to her that he imprinted on Renesmee Bella's initial reaction will satisfy those with similar concerns about what <more>
'imprinting' is/means, but she eventually comes around to understanding what it actually means . After we get past the creepy CGI infant version of Renesmee it tries its hardest to look real, but still looks freaky , we thankfully move onto fine little actress Mackenzie Foy playing the role. Charlie gets brought in on a 'need to know' basis, and before too long everyone's in danger when the Volturi are under the impression that Renesmee's an immortal child a big no-no thanks to Irina.Kristen Stewart does some of her best work in this film, I think. Everything's been leading to her getting to play Bella as a vampire, and she's more than up to the task. She looks/acts very different, including mannerisms - she sells both that and the animal nature Bella's now fighting against. The movie goes to lengths to show what being a newborn is like for her. She & Edward are on more equal footing now, gone is the imbalance between them. She also seems happier than she ever was as a human. She's not the only one. Edward smiles I think more than we've ever seen previously. It's such a relief for him that his easily breakable Bella is now strong and confident. Pattinson also gets to have more fun in his role than we've seen in a while. The two are perfectly matched. I was happy the Cullens got a bit more focus. Their characters/family dynamic has always been interesting to me. I liked seeing Rosalie's lighter side, Emmett challenging Bella to an arm wrestle, and Alice playing a major part in the conclusion of the film as well as kicking some major butt - which all Alice fans should be glad to see . All the actors are great. Those who might've seemed unusual choices in the beginning have *become* their characters, and I can't imagine anyone else in their roles.Taylor Lautner finally gets to play Jacob free of his Bella obsession. A great weight has been lifted, and now his role is that of protector towards young Renesmee we get a vision of her grown-up too, which is when they'll eventually become more . Jacob proves how much more likable he is when he's not lusting after Bella and can get along with Edward their dynamic is so good . Charlie, the father who you can't help but feel sorry for, does what he does best: makes you laugh & tugs at your heartstrings, thanks in no small part to Billy Burke such perfect casting . Given what he goes through/learns in this movie, Charlie should be up for a Best Dad Ever Award. The Quileutes don't get much to do in human form they kick Volturi arse in wolf form, though . The new characters introduced are the different vampire covens. Some are more memorable than others, but all get their moments. I especially liked getting to know the Denali Clan more after their brief appearance in Part 1. Tanya & Kate are more developed, and we even see the start of a relationship form between Kate and new addition, Garrett. The training scene, as they all hone their abilities for battle, is especially good. The big development is Bella learning of her 'shield' that can block other vampires' abilities.If you don't know about how this film differs in the climactic confrontation scene to that of the book, then you're in for a hell of a surprise. If you have heard/read about it...then you're still likely to be quite shocked. Those who read the book & were dissatisfied with the lack of any actual *fight* will be pleased with the mother of all vampire battles we get to see play out here. There are major casualties on both sides. Unexpected or not, it's heart-pounding stuff. There were more than a few gasps in my theatre. If, however, you feel an actual fight was unnecessary, then rest assured the book has not been drastically altered just to meet the demands for more action. It's not so much a 'change' that's been made, but rather just filling in the blanks ie. what was mentioned in the book but never seen . The films have always done this really well. Inevitably, things are bound to be left out in all book-to-film adaptations. But the Twilight Saga has always been pretty good at hitting the majority of main/important points from each book including dialogue . Not everything you may want may make it in, but the films have ensured the essence of the story remains intact.The music throughout, as always, is exceptional. The movie soundtracks have never failed to fit the films perfectly. They're always the right songs for the right moments. Director Bill Condon shows he was more than up to the task of tackling this tricky two-parter. It looks exquisite. The direction has obviously been made with care and love for the source material and its fans. You need look no further than the film's closing credits which give everyone of all the movies their due, even ones not present in this film . The inclusion of actual pages of the book was a nice touch. I'll greatly miss these characters who I've enjoyed seeing brought to life for five films now. For those who appreciated the books, the films and the actors involved, this should be a satisfying conclusion for you. I know it was for me.
Whew! I just finished watching an advanced screening of Breaking Dawn Part 2 and I must say, the second half of the series' final installment is better than the first. Director Bill Condon knew what the audience crave and gave it to them. Jaw dropping scenes especially for Twihard fans will keep you glued and might stop you from reaching for that popcorn. Let's just say that some Twihards in the cinema with me was shocked and some even cried as the latter part of the movie unfold then, BAM! The presentation of the baby Renesmee in my own opinion is necessary so as to be consistent <more>
with how the girl looks later in the film. Just watch it and be entertained. I enjoyed my evening watching it with some newfound Twihard friends. :
100% improvement over the first Twilight. (by sbanner-58949)
Even though I loved the movies, there were some really awkward moments in the first one. I'm glad that was cleared up. I only rated this 9 stars bc it's my least favorite of them all. I hate that Edward leaves. I've watched all of the Twilight movies at least 15 times a piece. When it comes to this one, I basically fast-forward through the entire middle/Jacob parts, and to the end when Edward comes back. Jacob as an actor doesn't show the same chemistry that Edward does with Bella, and it made me despise the middle 60 minutes. Lol
Fifth Time's The Charm (by rgkarim)
Hello, Hello all, I'm here with another movie review. This time I'm covering the latest in the Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2, and I hope to shed some light on the final episode of the series. Now you've seen plenty of debate in this series with many hating everything about this series, while others think it's the best vampire series to ever exist. With all the bias towards this series, it may be hard to determine whether this movie is worth spending time in the theater or should just be blown off. Let's see if I can shed some light on the subject.With last year's <more>
rather over-hyped prequel, I'll admit I wasn't looking forward to the second installment of Breaking Dawn. Although the trailers showed some interesting direction, I had my doubts that they could actually do something to extend the last few pages of the book. However, the directing team was able to accomplish their goal, in what may be the most impressive movie yet to hit the series. Just what makes this movie so great though. My first strength was the dialog. While most of the movies lines are overemotional, lovey dovey, one dimensional quotes from the book that made me roll my eyes, this one was a little different. I found this installment to have more balance still sticking to some of the classic lines, but throwing in some well-timed comedy. The insults and banter between Jacob and the vampires were quite entertaining to the audience and me, and I thought some of the extra characters even had some funny moments with the parts they played. Charlie Billy Burke in particular had me laughing the most, with his awkward comedy and real facial gestures combining to be very funny. Aside from the comedy, the movie did have some good dialog play on other parts, particularly when it involved making plans involving the Cullen's battle against all odds. Of course being Twilight, this movie also had its share of romantic dialog, many being lines quote from the book, which should comfort die-hard fans of the series. While some of the romance was captured in these mooshy quotes, some of it still made me laugh or roll my eyes at the cheesiness that still remains. Aside from the dialog what else was good about this movie? I guess my next biggest thing is the balance this movie has. While this Twilight still has that romantic feel that will have fans crying awe, this film had other things to keep the movie going. For one thing there was some suspense to the movie, as all the behind the scenes of the book were brought to life on screen. The Vultori's movements, the attempt to control hunger, and even the training scenes were all well shot to keep the suspense building. Between these scenes, fans are certain to enjoy the love dynamic not only between Edward and Bella which includes a seven minute love scene , but spread amongst the other members of the family, especially Renessmee. I felt that there was actually a family dynamic between the Cullen's this time instead of them all just being in the same room and just hugging each other's mate and giving that Abercrombie and Fitch smolder. Throw in the extra vampire's backstory and loyalty, and well you have quite a story builder that keeps the movie going forward much faster than the other films. Yet there was still another dynamic thrown into the mix that helped bring this movie to a full circle, the action. Now many reviews and commercials are going to say it's the most action packed, which is true, however don't think this means its Cullen slam fest 2012. Most of the 105 minutes stays true to the romantic soup I previously mentioned, but there are a few scenes of fast running and fighting thrown in to pick up the pace. However, the action to mention is the battle at the end, which takes up ten minutes of the film and has plenty of impressive moves that impressed me, and some simple punches that didn't. While the fight is impressive, there are some things that needed some work to make it better, the biggest being some rather spastic camera work during the fight.Still not impressed with the movie? I have a few other points to cover that might change your mind. The soundtrack for this movie was rather good, with many of the musical scores fitting the scenes' emotions perfectly. As for the acting, well it has somewhat improved, but still remains the same model poster, cardboard acting that has made the series famous. Kristen Stewart continues showing her unemotional acting skills off delivering most of her lines in that awkward monotone way, and fails in her attempts to be angry, which is rather funny. However, most people going in know the acting isn't the best, but go for the looks of the characters. Yes, my fans there are still plenty of hot body scenes to go around, as both Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner are still present. Unfortunately for you girls, Lautner keeps his tight shirts on for most of the movie so you might be disappointed in that aspect. Guys , you're not out of the loop on this one though, as the new vampires not only bring guys, but a few beautiful girls as well, especially the blonde cousins. Breaking Dawn 2 finally has the balance the series has needed and wrapped up the series impressively. Although the acting, editing, and dialog still need some tightening up, most of the mistakes from the previous films have been corrected or improved upon. My opinion is to catch this movie in theaters as it is worth a second trip for me, but definitely hit it up on Netflix. My scores are: Adventure/Drama/Fantasy: 8.5 Movie Overall: 7.0-7.5 Series: 9.5 Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org for more discussion or constructive criticism.
Twilight Saga Finally Hits Its Stride-- In The Final Film. (by hollywitch71)
I was really psyched for this final film in the Twilight Saga. The first Breaking Dawn did a fine job of setting up the finale, though having read the books, I was a little curious as to how some elements would play on screen. WARNING: Spoilers from here on out. On the page, the final confrontation with the Volturi was only exciting on a psychological level, as it's essentially just a bunch of random vampires standing around in the snow. However, the film does action fans a solid by capturing the content of what Alice shows Aro will happen if he does not alter his plans. This in itself <more>
makes for a compelling, tight sequence that will leave fans of the books screaming "NO! That didn't happen!" Haha, turns out they're right, but it's some cool special effects porn nonetheless. A LOT of heads get twisted off, vamps and dire wolves oops, wrong franchise– werewolves display their unique fighting abilities in excess, and the very elements get drawn into the fray. It's an FX maven's dream.However, there's a lot of movie between the moment newborn vampire Bella opens her now-red eyes and this big-budget and entirely manufactured confrontation, and it's a bit of a mixed bag. Where the film shines is in its depiction of Bella's adjustment to her new way of life, and Kristen Stewart has never appeared to be more comfortable in Bella's skin as she does now. I am not sure if this is the difference between Human Bella and Vampire Bella so much as Stewart at last having fun stuff to do on screen, which admittedly there's been little of in the past films. In the first film, Bella didn't do much, besides bite her lip a lot and nearly get passively killed a couple of times. In New Moon, she rode some motorcycles and tried to passively kill herself a couple of times. In Eclipse, she got to punch Jacob Taylor Lautner but spent most of the movie being protected from this and that, and in the first Breaking Dawn she got married, had a baby, and sorta died. But none of this looked particularly fun to play, in the way that portraying Bella as a vampire looks fun. Stewart looks to be actually enjoying herself, no matter what Bella is doing this time around. The lip-biting thing seems to be over, replaced by a real smile. Bella, in becoming a fantastical creature, has never seemed more realistic.However, the film is not without its flaws. The passage-of-time voice-over Bella delivers feels painfully contrived, and the absence of Ashley Greene's Alice from most of the proceedings, though storyline- dictated, leaves a big hole in the Cullen family dynamic. I could say the same for Jackson Rathbone as Jasper, but he has been criminally underused on screen throughout the series anyway. TEAM JASPER! All the Volturi, with the exception of Dakota Fanning's Jane, and a few of the Cullens' vampire allies are overacted though this is lamp-shaded somewhat when Jacob notes to Bella that the Transylvanian vampires are "creepy" and has a big laugh about it . But for all of this, the movie gets more right than it flubs. Bella's delight in her newfound abilities is a joy to watch, as she takes down mountain lions, beats Emmett Kellan Lutz at arm-wrestling, and flings werewolves around like stuffed toys. There are difficulties in how she adjusts to her condition– her craving for human blood, as seen when she and Edward Robert Pattinson accidentally encounter the mountain climber, frightens her; no less challenging is how she copes with keeping her father, Charlie, in her "new" life while being unable to tell him the whole story as usual, Billy Burke's Charlie gets some funny lines , and the very natural rage she feels when she learns Jacob has imprinted on her baby daughter. Bella's motherhood feels believable despite her young age and her daughter's rapid growth. Mackenzie Foy is charming and ethereal as Renesmee, whose very existence, through a misunderstanding, elicits the wrath of the Volturi, and who has a special ability of her own. And of course, since at its core The Twilight Saga is Bella's and Edward's love story, there's some tastefully presented sex, handled less awkwardly than in the first Breaking Dawn. Overall, the film was a satisfying ending for the franchise, which finally came into its own with this installment. It's been a long trip, but the series saved the best for last. And for those suffering a withdrawal from movies based upon the works of Stephenie Meyer, this spring we have the film version of The Host to look forward to. Completely different universe and characters, but the first trailer looks good. So cheer up, fans! The SeriouslyFluffy Final Grade: A-
I can imagine a lot of people discarding the Twilight movie series as teenage werewolf crap. Indeed, one needs to be strong to swallow wish-wash like "Oh no, he has just imprinted on my baby!". It is also unwise to try to find implausibilities such as how it is possible that plain humans don't know about the vampire's existence. But if you can look past the vampire and werewolf bullshit, you will find a truly great movie. Because apart from these complaints, all other aspects are simply marvelous: great acting, beautiful visuals, nice special effects and some exciting action <more>
scenes. And what really sets Twilight apart from other beautiful movies are the cozy one-big-happy-family feeling and the comforting we're-on-top-of-the-world atmosphere, amplified by the great soundtrack and the beautiful woody environment. I wish more movies would breathe so much happiness, friendship and warmth.True: as this is the fifth part in the series it is more of the same, but it is very well done all the same. I feel like the series grew on me. Maybe it is because the makers have fine-tuned their work, or maybe it is just that I became immune to the vampire nonsense. Nonetheless I think this was the best part in the series and I would recommend it wholeheartedly to anyone.