Sinopsis :The new found married bliss of Bella Swan and vampire Edward Cullen is cut short when a series of betrayals and misfortunes threatens to destroy their world. Bella soon discovers she is pregnant, and during a nearly fatal childbirth, Edward finally fulfills her wish to become immortal. But the arrival of their remarkable daughter, Renesmee, sets in motion a perilous chain of events that pits the Cullens and their allies against the Volturi, the fearsome council of vampire leaders, setting the stage for an all-out battle. Cast: Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner, Ashley Greene, Peter Facinelli, Elizabeth Reaser, Kellan Lutz, Nikki Reed, Jackson Rathbone, Anna Kendrick, Booboo Stewart, Julia Jones, Maggie Grace, Billy Burke, Dakota Fanning, Sarah Clarke, MyAnna Buring, Christian Camargo, Christian Serratos, Michael Welch, Justin Chon, Mackenzie Foy, Casey LaBow, Tyson Houseman, Michael Sheen, Christopher Heyerdahl, Jamie Campbell Bower, Mía Maestro, Alex Rice, Kiowa Gordon, Bronson Pelletier, Alex Meraz, Tinsel Korey, Charlie Bewley, Daniel Cudmore, Ty Olsson, Chaske Spencer, Sienna Joseph, Tanaya Beatty, Swo-wo Gabriel, Brayden Jimmie, Angelo Renai, Ali Faulkner, Carolina Virguez, Sebastião Lemos, Caitlin Mooney-Fu, Stephenie Meyer Genre: Adventure, Fantasy, Romance Production: Summit Entertainment, Sunswept Entertainment, Total Entertainment, TSBD Canada Productions, Zohar International, Temple Hill Entertainment, TSBD Louisiana, TSBD Productions Keyword: #based on novel #vampire #werewolf #duringcreditsstinger #fang vamp
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I was so disappointed, I waited 2 years for a movie that was thrown together. It was so fake. when the wolves talking (telepathically)I felt like i was watching a Japanese movie with subtitles. I guess after making billions of dollars on the other movies they did not care to make this movie quality in anyway. It was more of a horror film than a love story The wedding was beautiful, I feel the whole movie was a short version told by someone who did not fall in love with the novel as most of us who have watch the book have. It was more of a comedy of errors than a romantic love story. Some of the movie was not correct. No where in the book did the wolves have a fight with the vampires not physically. Charlie was not threatening Edward, in the end when Edward said " Jake has imprinted, this what not how it was in the book. In the book there were bets between the vampires on how Bella would react. I am just disappointed. I did not feel the movie captures the true essence of the book I stopped reading the Twilight books after "Eclipse." That book bored me to death and terminated any interest of reading the last book, "Breaking Dawn." We went to watch "Breaking Dawn, Part 1" just tonight because my wife really looking forward to it. I was grateful that I had not read the book, because curiosity about how the story would turn out was the only thing that kept me watching.
The entire sequence from their wedding in the woods to their honeymoon in Brazil was maybe 45 minutes too long. They could have cut and compressed all of that hilariously cheesy stuff and maybe "Breaking Dawn" could have only been one movie, instead of two parts. As with the first three books, Bella continues to row her boat between the two rivers. Yes, even after her wedding to Edward, she continues to flirt with Jacob! Yet these two guys remain incredibly and illogically loyal to her. Anyhow, that was what Stephenie Meyer wrote, so fans of the book will be expecting that.
The part about Bella's baby and how it was born was at least suspenseful. But this part only started maybe in the last 30 minutes of the whole film. The fight scenes with the wolves and vampires were too close-up to be clearly exciting. The medical aspects of the C-section were not to be taken seriously. The artificially white faces of the vampires especially on Carlisle and Emmett were awfully distracting. However, the make-up and special visual effects on Bella's look during the pregnancy were realistically eerie. Jacob's imprinting scene was also well-executed.
Kristin Stewart was as bland as ever as Bella. Robert Pattinson was as cheesy as ever as Edward. Taylor Lautner does a bit better as Jacob, maybe because of how nobly his character had been written. Most of the other supporting characters, human, vampire and werewolf get a line or two. Memorable one-liners from Billy Burke as Bella's dad Charlie, and Anna Kendrick as Bella's friend Jessica before and during the wedding, made me laugh out loud.
This movie is strictly for the entertainment of Twilight fans who will love it. It is up to par and keeps the spirit well with the rest of the other Twilight films. For non-Twilight fans who haven't read the book though, at least this installment does manage to keep your interest. I have no idea what else is left for Part 2 to tell. It felt like they could have ended the franchise with this one already since the love story seems to have been settled, if not only for financial considerations. My wife will see this whole film differently though. Hehe.