Twilight fandom. In its fifth and theoretically final film of Twilight, the mega movie monster spawned by novelist Stephanie Meyer's phenomenon spends virtually all of its 115 minutes feeding the unquenchable thirst its fans have for all things 'Twilight'.
Bella and Edward are beginning their new lives in blissful matrimony with their daughter - Renesmee. But when the sinister Volutri believe a claim that the child is a half-breed, they set out to destroy the Cullen family. Bella and Edward forge a global alliance with other vampire clans to stand together and protect their daughter.
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2 is in every sense what it intends to be, the best in the series and will be much loved by Twihards. Romance being the central element of the film that first hooked the teen set, the final adaption takes the Bella-Edward romance to a new level with the entrance of a new family member. Young Bella Swan (Kristen Stewart), having given birth to her half-vampire daughter Renesmee with now-hubby Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson) is finally revealing in the glorious new vampirism. It also has the werewolf Jacob Black (Lautner) baring his body as well as his soul.
The action sequences are breathtaking, as the characters warm up with arm wrestling and rock climbing then going in for the kill with a head-ripping, body-burning battle that puts the Cullen clan against those world-dominating Volturi. Breaking Dawn Part 2 is about the final showdown. And the events lead up to the ultimate confrontation with the Volturi.
The film has a thrilling climax, as the battle of good and evil commences with an epic action sequence. The sequences have exhilarating cinematography that makes the film a visual delight. Overall, Breaking Dawn Part 2 serves as an ideal finale as the story of the epic saga of Twilight concludes!!
Producers: Wyck Godfrey, Karen Rosenfelt, Stephenie Meyer
Director: Bill Condon
Cast: Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner
Music: Carter Burwell
Cinematographer: Guillermo Navarro
Release date: November 23, 2012