Twilight finally comes full circle…with the Break of Dawn

As the films in the Twilight series have steadily improved in quality since the 2008 original, it’s not only appropriate but completely gratifying that Breaking Dawn – Part 2 is by far the best yet. After the plodding fan service of Breaking Dawn – Part 1, which turned 10 minutes of story into a two-hour tribute to Bella and Edward’s relationship, Part 2 moves (comparatively) briskly towards a sweeping climax that not only brings the franchise full circle but delivers a rousing adventure that should appeal even to non-fans.

Picking up immediately after the events of Breaking Dawn – Part 1, Bella (Kristen Stewart) was transformed into a vampire in order to save her life during childbirth. Equipped with superhuman strength and speed that exceeds even that of the Cullens, Bella tries to get her new abilities under control, even as she embarks on motherhood with newborn Renesmee. Much to Bella and Edward’s (Robert Pattinson) dismay, Jacob (Taylor Lautner) imprinted on Renesmee — he formed an indelible bond with the child — and vows to protect her at any cost. And when the Volturi gets a whiff of the new immortal child, one who they see as a threat, there ensues the greatest and weirdest of alliances – one between the werewolf clan and the vampires against a common enemy, the Volturi.

It definitely seems like a movie one must see.

Oh, and did I mention, the two supposedly estranged lovers, Robert and Kristen walked the black carpet together during the premiere? Awkward much?

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  1. anyibaba

     /  November 15, 2012

    Oh you have got to be kidding me!!!!

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