Sunday, 15 December 2013

Movie Review:Twilight Saga : Breaking Dawn Part II

Movie Review:Twilight Saga : Breaking Dawn Part II

Forever is just the beginning..
Every breath, every hour has come to this.


Directed by Bill Condon
Based on Novel   Breaking Dawn by Stephenie Meyer

Kristen Stewart as Bella Cullen (Bella Swan)
Robert Pattinson as Edward Cullen

Taylor Lautner as Jacob Black

Mackenzie Foy as Renesmee Cullen
Peter Facinelli as Carlisle Cullen
Elizabeth Reaser as Esme Cullen
Ashley Greene as Alice Cullen
Kellan Lutz as Emmett Cullen
Nikki Reed as Rosalie Hale
Jackson Rathbone as Jasper Hale
Maggie Grace as Irina
Michael Sheen as Aro
Jamie Campbell Bower as Caius
Dakota Fanning as Jane
Christopher Heyerdahl as Marcus
Billy Burke as Charlie Swan

Plot Summary:

Bella has finally become a vampire. Baby Renesmee successfully killed her during birth (thanks, Renesmee!), breaking her spine and enabling Edward to inject her with his venom..ah nice situation of “Bite Me!”. Kristen Stewart, no longer playing a passive, depressed schoolgirl, is allowed to be funny. Now that she isn’t faced with choosing between the two hottest guys in school and pesky issues of mortality, Bella is a lot more fun to watch. The same can be said for Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner. Everything feels so much lighter this time around. In contrast to previous installments, in which the story was prone to angst-related slackness  and clumsiness, this film’s only real pacing problem is the Cullen family’s rather lengthy period of domestic bliss.
The story picks up again when the Volturi -- a sort of vampire monarchy -- hear news of Renesmee’s existence. Under the mistaken impression that the girl is an immortal child (that is, a child who was bitten and turned into a vampire too young to be able to control its killing urges, and thus threatens to expose the existence of bloodsuckers to humans), the Volturi plan to slaughter the entire Cullen clan for breaking the law and doing the forbidden. When Alice (Ashley Greene) gets wind of this via a psychic vision, the Cullens decide to assemble an army of vampires that can hold back the Volturi long enough to explain that Renesmee is a human/vampire hybrid and does not pose the same danger. 

As it turns out, there are pro-Cullen, non-“vegetarian,” vampires around the world, each with their ownunabashedly cliched sense of style. So many creepy vampires take refuge under the same roof, with only wolf, Jacob(Taylor Lautner) in the house, creepy! Oh another thing! Jacob imprints on Renesmee or Nessie. Means they’re soulmates now! Nice wolfy rules Jake. Marrying your first love’s daughter is sure as hell gonna be fun and AWKWARDDD! Specially the moments between Edward and Jake . Somehow, it works and adds to the fun of the film.
Although the film follows the novel relatively faithfully, the finale deviates from the original story in a truly outrageous way that needs to be seen to be believed and will undoubtedly have its naysayers. Yet it remains true to the books by being entertaining in spite of itself. Condon, the cast, and the crew of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 have made something they can be proud of.


“Twilight Breaking Dawn Part 2” has perfected the end and will have fans falling in love all over again. There was enough drama to keep you on the edge of your seat throughout. The dramatic fight sequence was a show stopper with remarkable special effects. Pattison and Stewart had their fiery chemistry and the young Renesmee portrayed by Mackenzie Foy was impressive. This young beauty was a great addition. Also totally I totally fell in love with the part two of Christina Perri’s “Thousand Years”.Twilight soundtrack has always been a treat. But that thing they did before the credits showing each and every cast member of Twilight franchise on this song was just EPIC! Loved it completely. Also  that little twist with Marcus and Alice’s vision, ha ha fun!!

 “Breaking Dawn Part 2” offers readers and moviegoers the ending they hoped for. Only problem is most will be asking for more and wishing it was not the final chapter.

I will rate this Movie : ***1/2

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