Summary: My my my!!! I often thought during the reading of Breaking Dawn on how they were going to make a movie on it? Low and behold the final book's adaptation arrives on the big screen. Kudos to the make up crew who made Bella's pregnant transformation look all too real, often at times Kristen Stewart almost looked anorexic (not close from real life) Newly appointed director Bill Condon gets his turn at bat as he adapts to the big screen what must've been the hardest of the...
Summary: i would have loved to have rated this movie higher than 3 stars but the problem i had with it was it just had too add the sex and the nudity and the graphic child birth seen that the other three twilight movies did not have there for i enjoyed them alot more but i must say i did like the movie other than those unconfurtable seens it was fantastic but would probably not watch it agin due to those certan areas i did not like but great flick
Summary: Let me start by saying that I would claim these movies to be in the best of cinema category if they just changed the genre from "drama, romance, horror" to "comedy". That's seriously all they need to do because the awful dialog is back, the horrendous story and the terrible characters are back. You know the funny thing is, the story actually has some extreme potential to be a great horror story with some in depth drama and dimensional characters with a powerful conflict.
Summary: I feel like the Twilight saga takes a giant step back with this fourth film. While the rivalry between vampire and werewolf mythology that the series has created is compelling on the surface, the film instead contains mostly lots of talking, more moody glances (ala the first film), and soap opera-y declarations.
Summary: I know I'm late in reviewing this and probably no one is reading this review, but I had a hot date for this one and I couldn't say no. She really wanted to see this, and she had a thrill in dragging me along despite me not wanting to see this at all. I was never going to see this or any Twilight movie for that matter. She loved this one. I did not. The problem, the biggest problem to me, is that it's very, very, very boring. NOTHING HAPPENS!
A brilliant example of wooden acting and bad movie making
R K, IMDb
3 December 2011
Summary: It is a sad world in which such talentless display of acting, screenplay and direction gets any recognition whatsoever. You do not care about any of the characters, nor is there any chemistry between the supposed lovers Bella and Edward, calling it wooden would be a compliment,instead it is a bored and effortless "going through the motions and I could not care less performance..." Exhibiting with that a huge disrespect for their audience...!
Summary: They just can not act, I do not know why they still getting with this girl but she is terrible actor, she can't transmit her emotions and that is the first opposite for an actor, it just was boring. Oh and Edward wasn't shining under the sun in Brazil, they forgot that part, and that's a huge mistake in vampire movie if he doe's not afraid of the sun light. They could do better then this but before change the actress she is horrible in acting.
Excerpt: Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson) and Bella Swan (Kristen Stewart) get married and produces a baby that eats up all the nutrients from his mother. Jacob Black (Taylor Lautner) predicts that Bella would die once she gets pregnant. The werewolf's pack leader Sam Uley (Chaske Spencer) wants Bella killed before the baby is born but Jacob sides with the Cullen's.
Summary: If you're a big time fan of the books, you have probably hyped yourself up to a fevered expectation rendering you incapable of any objectivity. This film, of it's own merit, would have never made it to the theaters. In a word, it is very "boring"... unless your hyped, it bites! (pun intended). Many of the scenes were obvious fillers with terrible dialogue.