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The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn

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The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2.

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Main Title: The End of the Biggest Love Story Our Generation Has Seen…

The deal: You know how the story goes: After Bella wakes up as a vampire, her life is perfect. I mean, really perfect. She has the husband I really want to marry, a cute child, and the love of her family. Life couldn’t get any better…until someone opens their mouth and tells a huge whopper that could cost Bella and Edward EVERYTHING!!!

The “I’m a Vampire” Factor: Bella wakes up as a vampire and it’s like she’s in a completely different world. And if I woke up as a vampire and saw Heaven, I’d never want to leave.

Mealtime factor: Bella avoids a hurt human in favor of a huge cougar. Way to go, Bella!

The Mother Factor: Bella meets her baby daughter for the first time and it’s love…

The (Angry) Mother Factor: Bella finds out abut the imprinting and lets Jacob have it. OUCH!

The Grandfather Factor: When Charlie finds out about Bella from Jacob, he rushes to the Cullen house and has an emotional reunion with Bella. Well, he seemed to be happier that Bella has a daughter than with her as a vampire.

The Volturi factor: And that’s when Aro shows his true colors
Calling your friends factor: Well, once word got out that the Volturi was seeking the Cullen family, ALL their friends from around the world show up. Nice.

The Alice factor: Oh Alice, why’d you run out on us? Why??? *cries*

The Renesmee factor: Bella seems to be doing a better job with her daughter than her mother did with her. And that’s really saying something about Renee. (Or what if Renee finds out that Bella has a baby and lets Charlie have it? Cue this phone call: “CHARLES ANDREW SWAN, WHY DIDN’T YOU TELL ME THAT OUR DAUGHTER MARRIED A VAMPIRE? WHY DIDN’T YOU TELL ME THAT I HAVE A GRANDDAUGHTER? AND WHY DO I HEAR RUMORS ABOUT YOU BEING FRIENDS WITH WOLVES? I’M GONNA COME TO FORKS AND STRAIGHTEN YOU OUT, JUST YOU WAIT!“)

The Jacob factor: Ok, so Bella and Jake go back to being “just friends” (FINALLY!!!), but she’s still not too big on Renesmee/Jacob.

The “Snow White & the Huntsman” factor: I think they actually wanted Bella to be less Bella and more Snow White. It doesn’t always work like that, Hollywood!

The Final Confrontation factor: And that’s how they all got to this point in the beginning of “I Got Twilighted”. All they had to do was inject Stephan and Vladimir’s rather off-color jokes and we’d be set!

The Alice factor, part 2: Well, it’s about time you got back, Alice! We’ve been waiting on…

The Big Fight factor: OMG, Alice, WTF??? Seriously!!! You made me scream and cry and gasp for breath and just flat out ruined my life!! HOW COULD YOU???

The “Sucker Punch to the head” factor: WHAT THE HECK WAS THAT??? (I actually did say that out loud in the theater) Yeah, Alice warned Aro that one false move (meaning, he didn’t listen to her) would mean the downfall of the Volturi. (And besides, nobody wants to see their favorite character die.

The Nahuel factor: Ok, I will say that Nahuel realy did come in quite handy back there.

The “Forever” factor: Well, Bella and Edward have all the time in the world (until December 23 of this year and we somehow all die) to do whatever the heck they want.

The final casting call factor: great way to show us everyone who was ever in the movies, even those who had been killed off by the evil pen of Stephenie Meyer!

Yay or Nay?: What an excellent movie! I enjoyed every moment of it (save for one big part), and I’m very sad to know that the Twilight Saga is finally over. All in all, what a great movie!

Rating: *****


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  1. Pingback: The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2 (2012) – Movie Review « Rant and Rave Reviews

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