Breaking Dawn Part 2 Review: 5 Reasons To See It This Weekend

Fri, November 16, 2012 4:19pm EDT by 23 Comments
Breaking Dawn Part 2 Review
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Chelle

Posted at 12:54 PM on November 19, 2012  

Question: Were Vladimir and Stefan killed during that battle scene?

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shleya

Posted at 9:40 PM on November 18, 2012  

Question:can renesmee have children?

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Daphne

Posted at 9:53 PM on November 18, 2012  

Haha, that’s actually funny to think about. If she could, her and Jacob’s child would be half werewolf, and half vampire-human.

Lol

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anna

Posted at 5:52 PM on November 18, 2012  

First of all don’t even say that ”it was not as good as the book” that is not even a thing,of course it was not,the specific book is something magnificent.And I’m talking about the plot I’m not a literature expert or whatever :).But exept of that,being a person who has a bond with that saga (I don’t like the word fan,I don’t care for stuff like the personal life of the actors Etc) I was not amazed.At all.I realy do not remember what were my thoughts on part 1 but part 2 was generaly not great.I’m not a movie expert either so don’t hate,it is just my point of view.First of all the special effects were weak.The movie was TOO focused on Bella.Kristen was also too intense,I think it was something missing of her acting…It was soooooo short(the movie).I realy needed more details :/.And the war..what the heck was that,everything was happening too fast and I wanted it to be like 100% more intence,and I don’t know I just didn’t enjoy it..But there were some scenes I realy loved.When Garrett tries to stop Kate from attacking the Volturi and she shocks him.when Jake takes his clothes off and ”reveals” his identity to Charlie.(haha yes I confess my crime <3).and when Carlisle and Esme go to Egypt and meet Amun,Kebi,Benjamin and Tia.I don't even have to say I cried so much when Carlisle ''died" knowing it was not happening.And oh my god the ending..so so so priceless :').Also the music is always great,I'm grateful it was not a let down.Yet,the characters.Oh gosh,where to start! Wonderfull,all of them! I loved Alistair since the first momment I read his name on the book and he is SO SO SO hot,he is like the man of my dreams.Mysterious and quiet. Garrett,my dear! So Gorgeous! I never realy noticed anything catchy in the book,but I'm in love with him now.The amazon coven,powerful women,perfect for the part.Benjamin the sweetest thing ever! The accent of Vladimir and Stefan! Haha nothing could suit them better! Ok we have seen the Denali coven before but they are all so beautiful women.enough said I think,that was only my point of vew,some great things about the movie,but there were some negatives as well.I think the fact that I was blown away by the book made me wait for something as special.anyway that was all folks :D Anna.

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laura devlin

Posted at 4:57 PM on November 18, 2012  

I am one of the biggest twi hard fans going! I’ve been to see the movie four times and its only been out for 3 days and yes I cried everytime and did look ugly! I really don’t understand how anyone could hate such a beautiful series of movies! It shows you how you can fall in love with who ever you want and its not up to everyone else! Girls have finally taken over the omniplex with 100s of girls flowing in and out in balls #girlpower! I’m so deeply in love with every single character in the book and know about everything you need to know about them! And the twist? Who doesn’t want a final conclusion of a film, with one of the biggest twists yet! To be quite honest I’m crying at the minute writing this, just can’t imagine my life without seeing another twilight film and I’d advise anyone who hasn’t seen any of them or read the books to go now and I promise you, you’ll love it! I really don’t see how a series of films that make so much money can just be forgotten about? Do the crew really know how many twi heard hearts they’re crushing! I could honestly write forever on everything I love but I’ll sum it up in a few words’ I loved every single part of every single film and I would die for them to make another one’ don’t think I love anything as much as I love the twilight films! I fell in love when I first watched twilight in 2008 and I will never forget it ( clearly when my room is covered in posters) #twihardforlife

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TRACY123

Posted at 9:30 PM on November 17, 2012  

BD2 was really great, the montage at the end was really nice. It was nice of Summit to show all of the past actors in their roles, Kristen really shined as Bella, yes as she said “she was on top”!
Bravo!

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Veronica

Posted at 9:16 AM on November 17, 2012  

Simplemente maraillosa la peli por suerte en argentina se estreno el pasado miercoles 14 no aguantaba mas la ansiedad de verla desde el inicio te atrapa la forma en que metaforicamente la nieve cubre la vida, como se mima y disfrutan Bella y Edward, en cuanto a la escena de amor increible nunca mejor descripta para lo que permite esta clasificacion, la pelea intensas me causo gran dolor ver las perdidas, y respire minutos despues, el final hermoso lo de la pradera como siempre pero hay dos cositas muy pequeñas que le agregaria, la primera la cancion de nana de Renesme no coincido con la eleccion y la segunda cuando Bella muestra sus pensamientos ommitieron poner cuando le proponen casamiento que es algo que no debia faltar. Pero mas alla de esto no hay y creo no habra pelicula que muestre el amor, amistad camaraderia dentro y fuera de la pantalla, mis felicitaciones a todo el elenco, y demas. Es mi simple opinion de alguien que disfruto y que va a extrañar LA SAGA CREPUSCULO.

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rupert sanders is so hot

Posted at 3:46 AM on November 17, 2012  

For months, we’ve been teased about Breaking Dawn — Part 2‘s “twist” ending. The movie follows Stephenie Meyer’s book closely, up until the point where Alice (Ashley Greene) enters the climactic scene to defend vampire-human hybrid Renesmee’s (Mackenzie Foy) existence. She presumably shows Aro (Michael Sheen), through her thoughts, that she knows there is no threat and thus Renesmee and the Cullens should be left alone. But then she realizes that it doesn’t matter — Aro wants a fight no matter what. She mouths “now” to Bella (Kristen Stewart), who sends Renesmee off with Jacob (Taylor Lautner). Then Aro gives an order, and the Volturi guards take Alice away. Trying to protect his daughter, Carlisle (Peter Facinelli) charges after Aro. Sadly, the vampire-doctor loses his head to the Italian ruler, sparking the battle between the two sides. Many end up dead, including Jasper (Jackson Rathbone), Jane (Dakota Fanning),Caius (Jamie Campbell-Bower), Marcus (Christopher Heyerdahl) and Aro — who is killed by Edward (Robert Pattinson) and Bella themselves. However, right after Bella finishes the Volturi’s leader off — the scene changes, and we’re back to Alice and Aro touching hands.

Such trickery! Alice was just showing Aro what the future would have been if the two sides fought — because of Bella’s super special mind shield, the Cullens and co. were on equal footing with the Volturi. A battle would mean losses for everyone.

The rest of the movie carries out much like Meyer’s writing. Alice’s witnesses — half-human/half-vampire Nahuel (JD Pardo) and his aunt Huilen (Marisa Quinn) — explain that Renesmee will reach maturity seven years after her birth, and that she is no danger to the vampiric lifestyle. The Volturi leave, the Romanians are upset there wasn’t a fight, the Denalis mourn the loss of their sister Irina, the rest of the vampires make their way home and everyone lives their “small but perfect piece of forever.”

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TRACY123

Posted at 11:10 PM on November 17, 2012  

You forgot one of the best parts of the movie,near the end of the movie when Bella and Edward are in the field of wild flowers and Bella with her magical powers is finally able to let Edward read her mind!! Bella goes all the way back to the beginning, how they met and fell in love, and she says that no one will ever love him more than her. Also, when Alice let’s Edward see the future, Resnesmee all grown up and Bella and Edward, greeting Jacob and Renesmee and everyone happy, happy!

Could someone please tell me what Edward said to Bella, when they were looking at the bed and he moves her hair, to me Rob mumbled this and no one with me could understand what he said either.

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Petina Jenkins

Posted at 12:49 AM on November 18, 2012  

He said ‘It’s not for sleeping’ cause she said ‘Vampires don’t sleep’ when he showed her their bed…

 
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Mauren

Posted at 2:55 AM on November 17, 2012  

The movie was awesome… I just can’t wait to get the DVD and see it as manny times as I want .

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Genesis

Posted at 1:44 AM on November 17, 2012  

Have to be honest this movie is the best movie ever ! Best movie of 2012!!!

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jen

Posted at 12:10 AM on November 17, 2012  

Andy, I agree about Michael Sheen, he was amazing as Aro and you could tell he loved playing it too. Very good tribute to the fans, sad it see it end, but now I want a Jacob and Renesmee spin off.

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via

Posted at 8:11 PM on November 16, 2012  

the movie open on 22 november here…i cn’t wait to see it…hw is it guys???

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Tammy Bottner

Posted at 6:38 PM on November 16, 2012  

Yes it was very very good but I want to see more twilight movies with Edward and Bella and jake I just though it was an amazing movie but maybe they will make more with them in it I hope so .

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Not

Posted at 6:24 PM on November 16, 2012  

Just saw the movie. It was awful. I really don’t get you people like this thing.

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Mikayla Flood

Posted at 7:45 PM on November 17, 2012  

It’s called an opinion. Some people like it some people don’t. Admittedly people are exaggerating when they say it’s the best movie ever, but I liked it.

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babygyrl

Posted at 10:39 PM on November 27, 2012  

ok i love twilight but the ending i hated it to me was a bit fast and the animation on the baby’s face??? terrible! but still a good movie!(;

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yaaaaaaay!!!

Posted at 5:42 PM on November 16, 2012  

The movie was great, enjoyed it so much, but wish more of the book wss included. Especially the first part where Bella transforms and bond s with Edward. I will see it again, though I thought the producer rushed through the story. Aro was so creepy, special effects and costumes were grest. Also loved all the new vampires!

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babygyrl

Posted at 10:39 PM on November 27, 2012  

i agree!!!

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Ginger Rapien

Posted at 5:10 PM on November 16, 2012  

I was so ticked off at the suprise that i almost walked out of the theatre. talk about your emotions getting played with

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LeeAnn

Posted at 4:40 PM on November 16, 2012  

I saw the movie and it was amazing! I thought everyone did a great job. My girls and I are going to go again this weekend. Just a perfect way to end the movie but leave it open just in case the studio and/or the author changes their mind.

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William Earl

Posted at 4:21 PM on November 16, 2012  

Edward & Jacob have more chemistry than Edward & Bella

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