Thursday, November 15, 2012

[Movie Review] Breaking Dawn Part 2

The Twilight Saga:Breaking Dawn Part 2
PG-13| Bill Condon| 2012| US| 115Mins

Reviewed by: Barron Mata

I Really Hate the Twilight Franchise starting from Twillight its like ever since, i never liked novel adaptations about this kind of stuffs, The earlier sequels were all stupid and pure mediocrity, heartless direction and uncomitted cast in my point of view, it is poorly written and suffers from thin script and shallow characterization and unsopshisticated plot.

After being brought back from near-death by Edward after childbirth, Bella begins her new life as a vampire and mother to their daughter, Renesmee. But when Irina, a member of the Denali coven, misidentifies Renesmee as a immortal child, a human infant who has been bitten and transformed into a vampire, to the Volturi, they set out to battle and destroy the Cullens for their betrayal. In a final attempt to survive, the Cullens begin to gather foreign Vampire clans and nomads to stand and witness against the Volturi, including the Denali, the Amazonian, the Egyptian, the Irish and Romanian Covens, with European and American nomads. With their allies, the Cullens and the Wolf Pack stand to prove their innocence to the Volturi once and for all.

The Twilight Saga Breaking Dawn Part 2 is a very decent and unsuspiciously the best in the franchise, perfect plot , more talking and less romance, it is very great and unexpected as i walk to the theater i had no space for expectations, but this really proves me wrong, you will find something productive and something innovative, Great CGIs, Best action sequences, this is treat not only for Twihards but only with  demanding moviegoers also like me.

Consenus: This Conclusion for me is a bittersweet but more likely sweet, This conclusion is really great and me actually can't believe it, if it this franchise like this in the first place we could have loved them,great director a very brilliant one, This conclusion just seeks redemption a widely great and joyful movie and this one is better than The Dark Knight Rises.


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