Suddenly the main plot moves along with more life important moments than the last two films put together, but weddings are L-O-N-G in real life they shouldn't be like that on film and the honeymoon scenes drags even more. A least there is a memorable and messy child birth sequence that makes up for it.
Despite having "teenage-girl" written all over them, the series, and the story holds some intrigue. However, after seeing the previous movies, this is the most poorly made. The script comes off as artificial, there are unintentional funny moments, and i question some of the casting. While there are some gripping moments, I hope the final entry has more to offer.
Talking about the TWS one must understand that these movies are indeed a disgrace to the genre and movies in general, due to Meyer's horrible novels and even worse direction & performances from the cast. With that in mind, this one is the least awful and It got a few loud laughs out of me.
Thought Bill Condon was hired to class up this teen-lit series Oh well guess not. Yes the romance hits a nerve touching that silly schoolgirl deep within but have to admit trash is trash. Bella represents a horrible image for young girls in giving up everything for the man she loves (so anti-feminist). Higher production values this time around except for the horrible visual effects every time the wolf pack fights.
Was in theater, waiting for "Crazy, Stupid, Love" and my eyes got raped by the awfulness of this trailer. First stupid thing: when Jacob-the-fake-native is angry, he tears his shirt and show his abs. Second stupid thing: Edward's makeup makes him look as white as an ass, and seriously ill. Third stupid thing: the title card, saying "Part 1"... I mean, come on...
You know how people complain about Lord of the Rings movies, saying there's only walking and fighting? Its the same thing here, only with skulking and mumbling. You go an hour into the movie before you can even make the argument that anything even happens. Then comes the hollow urgency and inflated intensity, just like all the other Twilight movies. At least there's the unintentional humor...
Breaking Dawn Part 2 - A piss-taking hate letter to the Twilight franchise. Far more entertaining for those who get dragged along to it than it will be to any of the fans, who might walk out from frustration at the addition of a scene which is not in the book. Still not a very good movie though I'd post on Part 2's wall, but it doesn't have one yet