The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 1

by Bill CondonTaylor LautnerKristen StewartBilly Burke and Robert Pattinson

DVD video Content Rating: M Publication Date: 20/03/2013

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In the final chapter of The Twilight Saga phenomenon, the birth of Bella and Edward's child brings conflict between Bella and her lifelong friend Jacob, and an all-out war between the Cullens and the Volturi.
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  • anti-climax

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    Breaking Dawn Part Two is the movie of the second half of the book of the same title in the Twilight Saga series by Stephenie Meyer. This one starts with Bella as a newborn vampire meeting Renesmee and discovering Jacob has imprinted. Renesmee grows at phenomenal speed and the Volturi are alerted to her existence, so a major confrontation is foreseen by Alice. This final chapter brings in a whole bunch of actors as supporting vampires. Robert Pattinson occasionally manages a real smile; Renesmee just looks vaguely creepy; Dakota Fanning as Jane has lost her impact somewhat; Taylor Lautner is still beautiful to look at. The ending is rather an anti-climax and with the songs becomes far too soppy.