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TWILIGHT BREAKING DAWN PART 2 (2012)

All good things must come to an end and so does all average things. Yes, it is the end of the Twilight Saga and personally it will not be missed by me since I have never been a fan. The same cannot be said about a majority of viewers who are simply in love with the movie, its characters and also the actors and actresses in real life. The fame cruise mobile of Kirsten Stewart, Robert Pattison and Taylor Lautner is what TWILIGHT simply is to another.

TWILIGHT never has been rated in the higher digits and it simply stays the same with one characteristic which did disturb me. The entire concept of TWILIGHT swept through its fans back in 2008 simply on the vampire human romance. Apart from Charlie; there are no humans in TWILIGHT BREAKING DAWN PART 2. Instead it is all about the vampires and the Bella Edward hybrid daughter Nessy and also TWILIGHT BREAKING DAWN PART 2 shows you Bella fitting in as a vampire and how she progress and trains herself to be around her own daughter and the acceptance of Nessy by the Volturi.

Concentrated with more comic relief than all its predecessors TWILIGHT BREAKING DAWN PART 2 is safe to be considered one of the most entertaining of the franchise. However it does tend to stray away at times focusing on certain Bella Edward moments which I think we have all had enough of from all 5 movies. However the Oscar winning writer who has turned director: Bill Condon seems to be convinced that the audience needs more of Bella and Edward seated in green pastures whispering sweet nothings! This side of TWILIGHT brings its rating down by half and completely destroys the velocity the plot is travelling in. However Bill Condon gets his fight sequences and his computer generated imagery right in the bulls’ eye. Never is there is moment where the action aspect of the movie is compromised.

The Verdict

This isn’t a must watch. This will satisfy only the most devout fans of the franchise. Since there are no humans involved it feels too monotonous. Excellent CGI and fight sequences whenever they pop up. The wolves finally have stopped talking and Stewart and Pattisons performances are as pale as they look onscreen.

Entertaining; Yet good riddance!

TITLE : TWILIGHT BREAKING DAWN PART 2

DIRECTED BY: BILL CONDON

STARRING: KIRSTEN STEWART, ROBERT PATTISON, TAYLOR LAUTNER, MICHAEL SHEEN & PETER FACINELLI

RATED: PG

RATING: 05/10

RUNTIME: 115 MINUTES

 

 

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