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Thursday, 22 November 2012

"Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 2" Movie Review

"Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 2" Movie Review
Introduction
"Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 2"  is the 5th instalment and the last part of the Finale to the “Twilight” Franchise. It continues from where the previous movie ends, and starts with Bella's transition into the life of a vampire. Since becoming a vampire, she has obtained a few newfound abilities. However, she has to adapt to her newfound abilities fast in order to protect her daughter, Renesmee. The Volturi begin their plan to kill Renesmee  because they have misidentify her as an  “immortal child” that is going to threaten their existence.

What will happened to Renesmee and the Cullen family?

What will Bella and Edward do to counter the Volturi’s plot?


Check out the finale of the famous “Twilight” franchise in your nearest cinema now!


Review:

First and foremost, I would like to say that, like the previous 4 instalments. This is not a movie for everyone. So, those who were never a fans of Twilight, I think this is not a movie for the pick. However, for the twilight fans, this is definitely a well-concluded Finale for the franchise and you will definitely love it as much as you loved the previous 4 movies.

This movie continues from where “Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 1” ends. Basically, the movie does not explain too much about what really happened in the first part. For those who have never watched the first part of Breaking Dawn, you might be a little bit confused during the beginning of the movie. But no worries, you should be able to follow the flow of the movie because it revolves around a simple storyline of “Parents trying to protect their child”. Of course, for those who would like to understand the movie more thoroughly, I would advise you to rewatch the previous few episodes, or at least Breaking Dawn Part 1.

Well, the storyline this time around is quite simple and basically not much climax until near the last 30 minutes of the movie. There are some decent action scenes in the final 30 minutes. Those action scenes are quite violent as they involved some neck twisting and head breaking. The twist and turn of story at the end of the action scenes is quite surprising though but it makes the fighting scenes seem quite pointless. Overall, the plot and scene sequences are still not bad and has nevertheless sum up a good conclusion for this franchise.

On the contrary, the acting of the movie is really not that good. Most of the characters show stony expressions in a lot of scenes and I doubt their unconvincing acting would be able to please the non-fans audience.

However, I need to compliment this movie for having a good background music scores. Honestly, the music in this movie has done a great job in bringing the mood and making the movie more lively. Christina Perri’s “A Thousand Years” is really amazing and it has been a major factor which makes the very last scene of the movie to be really touching. For those fans of Twilight series, I think you guys will love the credit of this film while listening to this wonderful song during the credit roll.

Overall, I think it is still a good movie, but not amazing!
However, it is definitely a good conclusion for the franchise!


What I like about the movie:
  1. Nice background music.
  2. Some nice action scenes.
  3. Simple plot which can let the non-fans follow the track easily
What I dislike about the movie:
  1. Acting which is not convincing.
  2. Lacking of climax in the first 1 hour of the movie
Verdict:

This movie deserves a 6.5/10.0!


It is a satisfying Finale for Twilight Movie Franchise, and it’s definitely a must watch for Twilight fans!

However, for those who has never like Twilight movies, this is definitely not your cup of tea! Like what I have said, this is not a movie for everyone!


(Reviewed by W.L Jack, blogger for loong-updates.blogspot.com)

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