Written March 04, 2015
Having read all four books definitely gives a person an emotional attachment to the movies -- most especially, to this final chapter. I'm going to be honest, I went in with certain expectations, I thought I knew what was to come about, turns out I didn't. All my expectations? gone. I am still a bit stunned. Breaking Dawn Part 2 was nothing short of phenomenal. There are so many twists and turns, that even familiar readers will latch on to their seats and gasp with surprise. Bill Condon, truly went out with a bang on this final movie. Twilight fans will be impressed -- not to mention, a bit heartbroken, since, after all, this brings an end to the Twilight-phenomenon. My advice? prepare yourself to feel every emotion possible. I'm definitely watching this 5 more times.
Written October 23, 2014
I loved the story content. It definately followed the book. Loved the hunt scenes. Amazed at how the producers showed the growth spurts of the youngest Cullen clan. How all the Cullens pulled together to help the cause. The cottage that was bulilt for Bella and Edward....So much detail! The ending-AMAZING!
Written December 21, 2014
This was REALLY good, the fight scene was epic......surprises at the end.
Going to go see it again..............(Kristen Stewart did a little better at acting in this
GO SEE IT! I AM :-)
Written March 01, 2015
It was Awesome!!!! I would definitely go see it again!! It was worth standing in line for an hour for seats... I loved every minute of it.
Written November 16, 2012
The characters are all weak, hardly knowing why they are doing what they're doing, moving forward only because Stephanie Meyer wants them to move this sad excuse for a plot forward. In the 7th Harry Potter film, the book was split up into two films because enough happens at the beginning and at the end of the book that it actually warranted two films. In Breaking Dawn, nothing happens in the second part. Nothing.
The entire film could have been condensed down into a 20 minute scene and tacked on to the first film, where the vampire council is pissed about the vampire baby, there's some arguing, and then they realize it's alright, and then they go away. Done. No need to take your money again, and waste your time. Again.
Due to the lack of an actual narrative, plot, arc, or anything that makes a story a story, they threw in a fight scene at the end where everyone dies. Sweet. But just when you think something might have happened in this film, OOPS! All just a dream. For real.