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
I would love to see a version of this story through the visionary eyes of either Cronenberg or Sirk. Unfortunately, this is Bill Condons film. And it's soooo very very bad. So bad, it's goofy fun when something actually happens. Sadly, the middle part drags and drags - they obviously split the book in two for commercial reasons only. This one really had potential, but it's only halfway to guilty pleasure heaven. D+
It is a long ways from the indie production value of the first one. I think that cinematically, this works very well. It is obviously very beautiful, shot by the talented Guillermo Navarro. As always, the problem seems to lie with the source material. I don't think it's a movie for children, if you were wondering that. Kinda odd, how it was marketed.
It's the beginning of the end for the TWILIGHT saga with this 4th installmentin which Bella and Edward finally get married, and Bella finds herself inexplicably pregnant. Built around a completely illogical conundrum, this dramatically inert teen romance features more of the sam moping and whining, with some added goofiness (the werewolves talk this time). Billy Burke remains the series' highlight as Bella's dad.
for me it was the best part, beside the first one... but yes, way too much romance for me too - but that's Twilight ! the wedding speeches were pretty funny..! i think a lot of people here just made a lot of bad comments in an artificial way, only because it's "Twilight"...
I enjoyed watching this a lot! Then again, I was pretty drunk at the time. In a perfect world, David Cronenberg would have directed this; I truly believe that he and he alone could've done great things with the source material.
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.