Reviews and Problems with The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2
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The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2 Review
8 March 2013
Excerpt: The Twilight saga is 608 minutes long. Ten hours. Ten long, arduous hours. For Breaking Dawn , the goal is closure. The Cullens stand on one side of a conveniently open field, the Volturi on the other. Finally, this series can blow up a bit with a bit of inter-species war. Except not.
Summary: Unfortunately, the final chapter to the 'Twilight Saga' series, 'Breaking Dawn – Part 2,' actually succeeds at being both the worst of the entire franchise and also the most exciting, action-packed installment.
Conclusion: It's an imperfect end to an imperfect series, but Breaking Dawn, Part Two nevertheless delivers what is easily the best film in the series beyond the first and certainly a far more fluid picture than the first-half sluggish Breaking Dawn, Part One .
Review: Breaking Dawn Part 2 is Twilight at its most tolerable
20 November 2012
Conclusion: All told, despite the setup for an epic finale, Breaking Dawn Part 2 doesn't really amount to a whole lot. I was informed that some minor changes got under the skin of those who swear by the books, but since they made a two-hour movie out of the last third of the last book in a four part series, I...
Excerpt: From the start, the Twilight film series has struggled with the dearth of external conflict presented in its source material. This isn’t a problem for fans of Stephenie Meyer’s bestselling book series, who can recall every thought and emotion behind the many, many protracted stares exchanged between...
Summary: Finally, the end has come. Breaking Dawn Part 2 is a bleeding sight more interesting than the filler that was Part 1. It’s the Braveheart of the bunch, proving bigger, better and bloodier than its predecessors, as Edward and Jacob’s various tribes – and all their freaky cousins – go to war against...
Excerpt: Bäst att erkänner det med en gång: Jag har inte sett någon av de föregående Twilight -filmerna, inte läst någon av böckerna om det omöjliga paret Edward och Bella. När filmens inledande åkningar över dimmiga skogspartier och snöbetäckta bergskedjor passerar förbi innebär det mina första tuggor av...