Bella changed into a Vampire and insisted on sacrificing herself for her child!!!!!!!! Jacob imprinted Renesmee!!!!
There's nothing good about this movie.
Even if you don't like this movie, you still have to give it some props just for the sunglasses.
...Nothing happens in this movie?
The two best looking guys at school are both in love with the same girl who has zero personality and then there's a big lead up to a fight that lasts a minute and the bad guys clearly have no chance of winning. What fun.
Who knew it was so easy to save yourself and your family from a bunch of thugs trying to kill you all?
This was pretty good up until the part where the entire thing made absolutely no sense.
Needs more scenes involving characters being in peril and Gandalf saving the day at the last second. It happening almost every single time just isn't enough.
The final fight scene.
They weren't even trying to make this good. Absolutely atrocious.
Would have been better without those goddamn kids. Completely pointless and annoying additions that contribute nothing to the plot.
Nothing really interesting or notable about this at all. Pretty standard buddy cop type comedy. Rob Riggle was the only really funny person in the movie.
Jay Baruchel ruins every scene he's in, but other than that, some good stuff.
Quite possibly the worst movie I've ever seen.
A standard comic book movie that's not that well done or well written. There is nothing at all remarkable about this story in any way. Why reboot the franchise if you're not going to do anything unique with it this time?
This movie was fairly bad, but it was also pretty good.
The creation sequence I could handle since it's early on and I just push it out of my mind once the actual story starts, but the last ten minutes of this movie is just horrendous. Everything else is so excellently done; why ruin things like that?
This is a movie with a lot of potential, but no soul. It takes no risks, does nothing original or unpredictable whatsoever, and its idea of an interesting character is to have them dress weirdly. The shaky cam makes the fight scenes nearly unbearable; it's impossible to tell what's going on most of the time, and every time it cuts to a wider shot for a tenth of a second is a breath of fresh air. Otherwise, it was ok.
What's with people disliking this because they watched the English dub... Never watch English dubs...
Those were some pretty serious wages of fear. Was the ending entirely necessary, though? No. No it was not.
A complete waste; lacking in any kind of subtlety or intelligence and featuring Jeremy Davies with one of the most annoying performances I've ever seen.
This is a movie in which people lie about parentage a lot and become vampires to try to maintain their youth. It also makes no sense and isn't very good.
This movie's apocalyptically bad. How are people fans of this? What the hell is going on?
I'd call this movie a pile of garbage, but then it'd seem like I'm just making a bad pun instead of talking about how horrible this is.
This is a movie that you will want to watch if you want to see flamenco dancing + music, or sometimes just people sitting around playing flamenco music, for 100 minutes.
Yes, a story is a vehicle. We get on and ride, and that's our life.
John Carpenter is incapable of making great movies.
You don't think Carpenter ever made a good movie? You must have extremely high standards for what you consider a great movie, especially in the horror genre. What do you consider a great horror movie, how many great horror movies can you name, especially from the late 70's and early 80's when Carpenter dominated?
The wizards guarding Gringotts are dressed as security guards. That's all you need to know about this movie.
This movie is absolutely atrocious. Long, dull, pretentious; the ridiculous gimmick of having long, long conversations between two people consisting of them looking straight into the camera and talking in a slow, monotone manner... Other than a couple of nice shots, there is NOTHING in the least bit redeemable.
Sir... Please stay out of my affairs.