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Review: Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 2

By River Reporter Nov 22, 2012

Eve Carson

It was the ultimate heart-warming conclusion to the complicated tale of two young lovers.

Breaking Dawn – Part 2 has everything a fantasy film needs. There are the attractive leading trio, vampires Bella (Stewart) and Edward (Pattinson) and werewolf Jacob (Lautner). The chemistry is paramount in their desperate quest for the protection of life and love. The highlight of the film is the ferocious battle scene in which many vampires, good and evil, perished at the hands of their enemies.

The film takes a rapid journey into the heart of the world of vampires. The cast managed to deliver a film that will appeal far beyond its hard core Twilight fan base.

As always, the most popular scene is when Taylor strips down to his beautiful bare-bod. This is a more than necessary part of every Twilight film that never fails to make the audience scream with delight.  

There were only a couple of downfalls to the film. The graphics used to bring the new born baby of Edward and Bella to life were pretty shoddy. Although the baby was half vampire it looked more like a creepy cartoon character than a sweet little child.

Despite the dramatic climax the film doesn’t go out with quite the bang that was expected.

However, on the whole it is a fantastic fantasy film, which will entertain and excite. Whether you are a fan or not, it’s an enjoyable watch on a night out at the cinema. 

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