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Two days have passed since the birth of Bella and Edward’s daughter, Renesmee. Bella awakes to a new world with her newly gained acute vampire senses. The first thing she must do is train to not crave human blood so Edward takes her on her first hunt. After her first woodland animal kill, Bella returns to the Cullen household to see her daughter for the first time, but to Jacob’s disapproval. Since he imprinted on her (an unconditional soulmate bond for life), he still is not convinced that Bella can control herself. Arguments and tension increases between Jacob and Bella, but Edward promises he won’t let Bella harm their daughter. Months pass and Renesmee is growing at an accelerated pace. In just a little time she already has the size and mentality of a seven year old. ( Watch Breaking Dawn part 2 Online ) While playing in the snow with her mom and Jacob, Renesmee is seen using her “gifts” by a fellow vampire from the nearby Denali Clan who mistakes her as an “immortal child.” It is a major crime because children that are turned into vampires never age and are unable to have their cravings controlled. So Irina informs the Volturi so they can destroy the Cullens’ abomination. The head of the Cullen clan, Carlisle, decides to introduce Renesmee to fellow friendly vampire clans so they may become witness that she is was actually born and not turned. The ultimate goal is to face the Volturi and their army to defend Edward and Bella’s child. Will Edward, Bella, and Jacob be able to fend off the vampire threat with the help of their friends or will the Volturi wipe them and anyone else that gets in their way out of existence?
Given that you already know if this movie is for you or not, reviews of Breaking Dawn – Part 2 are largely pointless. But here we go anyway. Saddled with seeing the unfeasibly popular franchise to a close, returning director Bill Condon (whose Breaking Dawn – Part 1 blended body-horror with the usual po-faced melodramatics) delivers a finale that – unsurprisingly – the haters will hate and the Twi-hards will love hard. For the objective viewer though, Part 2 is another flawed spectacle which, while not as without merit as some would argue, is still easy to pick apart. ( Watch Twilight Breaking Dawn part 2 Online ) For example, Bella is now a newborn vampire, which we’ve previously been told is a particularly tricky and hard-to-adjust-to period. Here, however, it’s more like she’s been given a superpower than a life-ending curse of sorts. Granted, time is spent at the start with her testing out her new abilities, but aside from one scene with a rock-climber, the blood thirst is far too easily controlled, and the transformation far too easy. This is especially poor when you consider how much time is dedicated to recruiting new vampires and their shiny new powers. Oh well, at least it makes Bella slightly more interesting, if not especially more likeable (see how quickly she turns on Jake – after all he’s put up with – when he involuntarily “imprints” on her daughter). Still, the climactic battle sequence occasionally borders on providing thrills, while a few supporting players (Billy Burke, Peter Facinelli, Michael Sheen, Dakota Fanning) continue to impress despite minimal screen time.
Before I even go forward with my review, I have to admit to not reading the novels and hating all the previous movies in the Twilight Saga. I felt that poor acting, dialog, sub par computer FX, Kristen Stewart’s facial expressions, sparkling vampires and high school drama made them boring and uninspired films. I still feel that the films would have been better off as a television series on MTV sandwiched between the reruns of The Real World All-Star Challenge and The Jersey Shore. I could never understand why my wife loved the novels. We would literary get into screaming matches because I would constantly bash on the atrocities of the previous films. ( Watch Breaking Dawn part 2 Online ) It would be the same levels of anger if she told me that The Empire Strikes Back was the worst Star Wars film ever made. As a father of three daughters, I also thought the films acted as horrible role models to young women with their messages of high school relationships and using a fake suicide to get a man to love you. Do you really want young impressionable girls to learn that if you want a guy to love you so much you should jump off a cliff? That’s as bad as women faking a pregnancy to keep a guy who is no good for them anyway, but they are blind by puppy love. With that being said, Breaking Dawn – Part 2 was… pretty bad ass. Let me stand corrected, not the whole movie, but rather the last 30 minutes. It still did contain awkward onscreen moments between characters where even the die hard fans would weirdly laugh. The computer effects were still cringe worthy to watch, especially Edward and Bella running though the woods and the creepy baby that passed as Renesmee as an infant. Chucky from Child’s Play was more realistic looking. But yes, I cannot believe I am admitting to liking a Twilight movie. I didn’t leave the theater questioning if I suddenly grew female genitalia.
Watch Breaking Dawn part 2 Online: Noooooo. Oh, dopey, mopey, pretty vampires and overheated wolf boys, do not forsaketh us now. But, alas, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn—Part 2 is here. Dawn is breaking for the second, er, last time. Something’s breaking. Terrible dialogue shall be uttered. Brain cells shall expire. Oh, right: the very first Twilight toasted them all. So that was that burning smell. In the previous film, when dawn first dully broke and we all died a little inside, Bella (Kristen Stewart) birthed a half-vampire baby. Then Edward (Robert Pattinson), thoughtfully, turned Bella into a vampire. Now Bella and Edward get to have full, tedious vampire sex. “You really were holding back,” Bella tells Edward. Uh, Bella? In the last movie, Edward busted the bed. Now? Nada. ( Watch Twilight Breaking Dawn part 2 Online ) The vampires and Jacob (Taylor Lautner), the shirtless wolf boy, stand around, worrying to a backdrop of generic pop songs. That Italian vampire sect, the Volturi, think Renesmee (Mackenzie Foy)—the half-vamp baby who, disturbingly, grows into an insta-kid—is an immortal child and want to kill her. In a flashback, an immortal toddler with a blood-stained mouth bites an entire village. Maybe he was teething. Can you kill an immortal? Never mind. Edward’s family asks vamps around the world to help. Joining fangs across the planet! Why don’t they know any fun vampires? Okay, the New Orleans vampire (Lee Pace) is cool until he falls for a Kardashianesque vamp chick. Fail. Fight! Finally, some action. For Italians, the Volturi (including Dakota Fanning) are damn serious, but Michael Sheen is excellently entertaining as their leader, Aro. He giggles crazily when he sees Renesmee. Or maybe it’s just being in the movie. Lots of heads are snapping. This is good. We wanted to see heads snap five movies ago. The night is always darkest before the dawn. The second dawn.