Robert Pattinson: Why ‘Breaking Dawn’ Sex Is Weird

Fri, November 16, 2012 9:45pm EST by 9 Comments
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Posted at 6:39 AM on November 17, 2012  

About the ending,,,,I’m happy know that they’re happily ever after,,,,but i’m sad cause this is the final…

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Joyce Delgado

Posted at 4:12 AM on November 17, 2012  

No I know you can see Robert and Kristen in naked video on this computer. And they did not have make up on. But when the media were said Robert and Kristen was broken up I was looking at on new naked video with flowers painted all over they The name of the new video is [ Lets get Lost ] I know they are not in their`s birthday suits in the movie But the video is beautifully done. Because I know the two persons in the video are very much in love. It is like they are laughing at us May be they are reading some of these comments Some if the comments of the girl telling Rob don`t take her back But Rob have video for all you girls on YouTube [ rk i`ll be your strength ]

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rupert sanders is so hot

Posted at 3:47 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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Joyce Delgado

Posted at 4:44 AM on November 17, 2012  

If you thought that you were doing some thing to make people not go see the movie. I think that you only made them want to go.

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Posted at 3:46 PM on November 17, 2012  

I was a little aggravated because EVERYONE kept talking about some sort of twist for the ending when in fact it ended the EXACT way it ends in the book. Stephenie Meyer ALWAYS said that if there was an actual battle lives would be lost on BOTH sides & that’s exactly what was shown in Alice’s vision: lives were lost on both sides but MORE were to be lost on the Volturi side if an actual battle were to ensue which wouldn’t be worth it for Aro to begin with. Don’t get me wrong – I nearly sh!t a brick during the battle scene & I’ll admit I had tears in my eyes BUT I was SO HAPPY that they stuck to the book & ended it the exact way it was written. Bill Condon is a GENIUS!!!!!!!

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Posted at 11:40 PM on November 17, 2012  

Thanks for giving everything away you creep

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Posted at 1:19 AM on November 18, 2012  

Way to ruin the movie for those who havent seen it!!

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Posted at 2:51 AM on November 18, 2012  

Thanks for the summary, idiot!!

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Posted at 10:13 AM on November 19, 2012  

If you haven’t seen the movie yet WHY would you even come onto a site like this and bother reading the comments??? You KNOW someone is going to write SOMETHING to spoil it and IF you read the books, YOU WOULD KNOW how it ends anyway.

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