Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner, Ashley Greene, Maggie Grace, Jamie Campbell Bower, Michael Sheen, Nikki Reed, Kellan Lutz, Dakota Fanning, Jackson Rathbone, Peter Facinelli, Billy Burke, Elizabeth Reaser and Mackenzie Foy
Breaking Dawn Part 2 opened the story by shows post event after Bella gave a birth, her transformation and becomes a vampire. She is now all the same as Edward and nothing can stop them being together. But she is a newborn and she has to manage herself live like a ‘good’ vampire, like don’t drink human blood and try to act like a normal person in front of her dad, Charlie. Not only Bella who has to adapt, Jacob also has a new life when he imprinted to Bella’s daughter, Renesmee. Bella shocked at once, but she cannot let two people she loves not happy together.
The next problem appears and it happens because Irina sees Renesmee with Jacob and Bella. She thinks that The Cullens breaks the Volturi’s law by creating an immortal child. She reports it and makes the Volturi plans to visit the Cullen soon. Alice sees the Volturi’s plan and warns her family. Then the Cullens calls their friends from all over the world to be witnesses and prove that Renesmee is not an immortal child. They hope the Volturi would believe it or they have to fight to save themselves.
Breaking Dawn Part 2 was . . a guilty pleasure for me, like the previous four movies. I like the story, I like the visualization, I like the music, and I like the actors and actresses. But I always found something that is wrong, like how flat Stewart was, how the girls in the theatre exaggerating Edward’s appearances and how gross the way they kiss and making love. I love the movies but not as I really love the novels J
I didn’t get the ticket on the first day the movie showing. I had to please by watching Paranormal Activity 4. Then three days later I finally got the tickets, yayyy! My waiting was worth when I watched the opening credits. They really want to make this sequel special and better than the others. When the movie started, I found that Stewart, Pattinson and Lautner was better in this sequel. They acted more natural and energetic. I think Stewart has to take a role of powerful woman in the next movies, she more fit that way. Then I also found that there are a lot of funny scenes in this movie and it was really entertaining, especially in Emmett’s and Bella’s scene. Go try comedy movie then, guys J
Instead of the progress that the trio Stewart, Pattinson and Lautner made, I feel that they didn’t share it with the newest member, Foy who played Renesmee. They didn’t seem like a new happy family. They more looks like close friends. It is different, isn’t it? And I also agree that I would never enjoy Bella-Edward sex scene, in the theater at least :p
The review of this movie is not complete if we didn’t talk about the twist. Yes, the twist! *For you guys who haven’t watched the movie, I think you should stop reading it or keep going if you like spoiler* I read the novel and I found that the meeting between The Cullens and The Volturi was a little bit boring. FYI, I read the English version and I think that’s why I didn’t get the message that Meyer tried to make to her readers. Is it really a twist? I googled some news about Breaking Dawn Part 2 before writing this review and I found this article, 'Breaking Dawn -- Part 2': Let's talk about that ending! [Obligatory spoiler alert]. I found that the novel described about the fight through Edward’s words. The Director, Bill Condon then decided to visualized it. Whoaaaaaa :O
At last, Breaking Dawn Part 2 was higher than my expectation. The movie ends with a song from Christina Perri and it almost made me cry. OMG, this is the very end of vampire romance that I read and watched since senior high school. You should watch it before it’s too late J