I do love the books and the movies have a certain special quality to them that I just can’t let go.
So… let me begin this way, if you didn’t like the first ones I think you’ll like this one. I was highly impressed with this final installment in the Twilight Saga.
I’ll give you a quick synopsis on my view of the previous movies.
The first one let me down greatly. The second tried to correct some of the errors from the first. The third was alright. The fourth was kinda neat because of the special effects. And this one rocked.
To finish up the Twilight saga Bella has been turned into a vampire. This doesn’t mean, however, that they are out of the woods just yet. Renesmee is a very special breed of child. One that is very unique and unknown. When a surprise visitor catches one glimpse of her things begin to unravel, but with a rather massive family it’ll be difficult to get anywhere near her.
We meet the extended family in this installment and learn that the Cullens aren’t the only ones who have had issues with the vampire government. Some of which are more creepy than others. Though the future looks bleak Bella must make some of the hardest decisions of her young, immortal life while discovering her new self as well.
Kristen Stewart did one of her best acting jobs I’ve seen to date. She brings Bella to life in a way we have yet to see and experience. Her intensity was astounding and I found myself fully immersed in the story.
Renesmee was my biggest worry having read the books. I was obviously worried about how old she was. Though, I really didn’t notice it too much after the first few scenes. It made more sense seeing her grow more noticeably. I do wish we saw more of her gift though, just saying.
I must say I was so shocked by the turns this movie took I nearly came out of my chair. Breaking Dawn Part 2 has the steel we’ve been craving from the Twilight series since it began. It completely delivers on all levels. This movie comes to a head then launches you over the edge.
I really implore you to see this movie. It is so different from the first four and a fabulous end to the series. If I rate it as I do books I’d give it a nine. It’s just that good. Take the time… and a few friends. 🙂