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The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 (12A)

Reviewed By Kate Maitland-Gleed

Rated: 3 Stars

Now I’m not a Twilight fan but I must admit I did enjoy this film more than I thought I would. It had more action than it has had in the past, which immediately drew me to watch this film. But the first thing that pops to mind is a spruced up version of a vampire justice league!

After the dramatic, cliff hanger ending we saw in Part 1 of Breaking Dawn, Part 2 comes back with more action, love and drama than ever!  The birth of her beautiful daughter, Renesmee (played by Mackenzie Foy), makes Bella’s (played by Kristen Stewart), and her new family’s life difficult, deadly and dangerous. Her husband and soul mate Edward (played by Robert Pattinson) has vowed to keep his family safe, but will he be able to? Certainly not by himself. So it is time to call in family and friends to help.

We don’t see much of Alice and Casper Cullen (played by Ashley Greene and Jackson Rathbone) but this film is undoubtedly focused more on the Cullen family than the others. Showing us how much they will risk everything for the ones they love. The Volturi (the baddies) hear of a crime committed by the Cullen’s and seek them to make things right. Which actually means; start a really big fight and then thing everything is settled and equal… When it’s not. Anyway… We see lot of new faces joining forces to fight and some of which makes this film better that the rest.

I didn’t feel this film, as I’m not a follower of the Twilight saga, but there was unmistakably a lot of gasps and sighs from the audience throughout the film. And along with that, a few tears and awkward coughs to cover them up! I don’t need to recommend this film to big Twilight fans as they are probably down the cinema as you read this, but to anyone who is deliberating about whether or not to go and see this, I think you should. The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2, has love, hate, drama, action, friendship and what was the other thing… Oh yes… A whole load of vampires.

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