The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2 2013 PG-13 CC

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In the fifth and final chapter of The Twilight Saga, the birth of Bella and Edward's child ignite forces that threaten to destroy them all. The Cullens must enlist the help of distant friends as tensions build toward all-out war.

Starring:
Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson
Runtime:
1 hour, 56 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Fantasy, Drama, Romance, Adventure
Director Bill Condon
Starring Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson
Supporting actors Taylor Lautner, Peter Facinelli, Elizabeth Reaser, Ashley Greene, Jackson Rathbone, Kellan Lutz, Nikki Reed, Billy Burke, Chaske Spencer, Mackenzie Foy, Maggie Grace, Jamie Campbell Bower, Christopher Heyerdahl, Michael Sheen, Lateef Crowder, Daniel Cudmore, Charlie Bewley, Billy Wagenseller
Studio Lionsgate
MPAA rating PG-13 (Parental Guidance Suggested)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Rental rights 24 hour viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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I just saw the part 2 of "Breaking Dawn" (in my country it opened on November 14) and I was very impressed. I loved this skillful and very faithful adaptation of the final chapters of "Twilight" saga. WARNING: this review contains limited SPOILERS and also some slightly dirty jokes...

As probably everybody already knows, this film begins with Bella Cullen (former Bella Swan) making her first steps as a newly created vampire, very soon after the extremely difficult birth of her daughter Renesmee. Things that happened at the end of the previous part are discreetly reminded to us by the extraordinary opening scene, in which we can enjoy the beauty of state of Washington, listen to the perfectly adapted music and finally watch how the nature changes when winter comes - and all of this is somehow connected to Bella's transformation. I was very impressed by those first scenes - it is rare to see the opening credits put to such a good use.

Bella's first days as newborn vampire are a delight to watch. Unlike many Kristen Stewart haters I think she is a pretty talented actress. However until now Bella's character was less active than others and therefore Kristen Stewart did the right thing adopting a discreet, introverted approach to this role in previous parts. But as a vampire Bella is paradoxically more "alive" than ever before and in this film Kristen Stewart acts in a much more assertive way - and she does a great job! Also, with the help of some make up and computer improvement of images, she is suddenly more beautiful than ever. Clearly the un-death becomes her... She also can finally let her husband make love to her without fearing that she will end as Bella-jelly on the rocks... (sorry I couldn't resist).
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86 of 111 people found the following review helpful By L. Mclaren on November 17, 2012
I won't spoil the movie by telling readers about the new part. You will have to go see the movie for that.
I will say that I cannot imagine a better way to end this story. It was everything I could have hoped for, except the promise of yet another book and movie!
It was so thoughtful to include the full cast of all the movies in the credits at the end of the movie. So great to see all those faces again.
What an amazing four years this has been for all of us fans! After reading the books, I dreamed about having them made into movies. I even pictured Kristen Stewart as Bella! None of it has been anthing but delightful.
Thanks to Stephenie Meyer for writing the only love story I've ever been able to appreciate, to Melissa Rosenberg for turning it into fabulous screenplays and all the other magical movie people for giving us the lovliest fairytale of our time.
Go see Breaking Dawn - Part II
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14 of 17 people found the following review helpful By LadyLox on February 28, 2013
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
The best movie series ever and this ending is better than the book. I wished Meyers would take up with the story of the child and Jacob
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12 of 16 people found the following review helpful By E. (Harry) Hernandez VINE VOICE on March 2, 2013
Format: DVD
THE TWILIGHT "SAGA": BREAKING DAWN PART 2 (113 minutes) was a lot easier for me to watch than all its predecessors. Not that watching Robert and Kirsten is any better than, say, watching two strange dogs in the alley - but at least I could fast-forward through all that.

This review in particular must be prefaced by two things: 1) I am not wasting a second reading any of the dumb books upon which these films are based; 2) These reviews are meant to be somewhat humorous so, no, I do not have "spelling problems".

The Great Roger Ebert said an adaptation does not have to be faithful to the book and I agree, so in that sense I couldn't care less! Therefore I won't be reading any of these novels at all, and I hardly think I have spelling problems but if I misspell a character's name I actually DO NOT CARE.

So, I imagine that the 162 or so reviews that are already here are pretty thorough. I will be able to indulge in some of my problems and questions, which are obviously not all that serious in any case. I'll be able to pay some of the most heartfelt compliments I ever had the chance to express toward this series. And I don't just say that because it is over - which it probably isn't.

As the fans know, this 'final' part begins with Bella (I'm just calling her "BELA" henceforth, as in "LUGOSI") becoming a "newborn" vampire, but also with the bumbling couple dealing with their daughter Reneeesmeee. See, I don't give two farts about spelling here. What I enjoyed was the film's poking some fun at itself, as evidenced by Jacob the werewolf nicknaming the girl Nessie. That was cute. Later everyone takes to calling her "Ness".

Kirsten in a hilariously evil moment, screaming at Jacob: "YOU NICKNAMED MY DAUGHTER AFTER THE LOCH NESS MONSTER??!!
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166 of 235 people found the following review helpful By UnicornatHeart on July 13, 2012
Bella awakens to a new world. Her senses are sharpened, she's beautiful, and she's strong. As a newborn vampire, she should be blood-thirsty, so the Cullen family won't let her see her baby. Although she can feel the thirst for blood burning in her lungs, Bella's will power and self-control prove so strong that they eventually let her see baby Renesmee. The baby needs her, too. When Bella learns that Jacob imprinted on her baby, she snaps and attacks him, but is restrained by Edward and Seth.

Esme has renovated a cottage on the property for Bella and Edward to give them some privacy. They again make love, which Bella enjoys even more as a vampire. She misses Charlie, yet is lost as to how to break the news of her transformation to him. Jacob takes the matter into his own hands by first exposing himself as a werewolf to Charlie. He tells him that Bella has also undergone an "unusual" change but wants to have him in her life, if he can handle it. Bella manages to control her blood thirst when Charlie visits. He falls in love with his "special" grandchild.

In a matter of weeks, Renesmee can talk and grows big enough to walk and hunt. When Bella and Jacob take her on a hunting trip, Irina, a sister of the Denali clan, misidentifies Renesmee as an "immortal child," which is one of the highest crimes under Volturi law. Alice sees Irina telling the Volturi this news and predicts that they will come and destroy the Cullens. Shortly after, she disappears with Jasper.

Bella receives a note from Alice that leads her to a man named J. Jenkins. She asks him to create fake travel identification for Jacob and Renesmee, so they can flee together, in case none of the Cullens survive the fight against the Volturi.
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