Written January 29, 2015
Oh my goodness. It was so awesome to go to the Twilight Marathon yesterday. 16 Hours of Edward, Bella and Jacob. The final episode was really great. Full of surprise.
Written December 28, 2014
Watching a Marathon Twilight Show makes you appreciate the Series of Movies from Start to Finish. The movie is more enjoyable when going together as a couple or with friends. As a Male watcher of this Film - You will find yourself sitting in the theater with a lot of women who love Edward and Jacob - Making this love story a big win for all ages.
So If you a true Twilight Fan , Is the Final Movie worth seeing - The Answer is " YES " and it will surprise you how it ends and leaving you saying " WOW ".
Written November 28, 2014
I was an avid Twilight reader, but the original movie really wasn't good to me, but my mom really enjoyed it so I bought two tickets for her and I to go see the marathon. The final Breaking Dawn blew me away, it was well worth watching every single movie including the original Twilight which I still wasn't a fan of. It completely blew me away and my God I loved it. Had me screaming, crying and clapping all at the same time. I would say it is a must see for Twilight fans everywhere.
Written September 22, 2014
Loved, loved, loved it! Kristen Stewart's best acting to date! And the ending was phenomenal! Although I am very sad to see it come to an end...
Already seen it twice and will probably see it once more before it leaves theaters. Can't wait to buy the dvd to complete my collection!
Written November 29, 2014
Watching the whole thing from start to finish was absolutely awesome. It was extremely long, I seen things that I missed (even after watching the first three movies multiple times). The finale was excellent. There are no words to describe how great this movie was. But if you're going to endure the whole thing at one time (like in the movie theater); be prepared to be uncomfortable for 12 long hours. Sharing the theater with those who would rather text, Facebook, and Tweet than pay attention to a movie; despite the fact that it is disturbing everyone else around them.