TWILIGHT BREAKING DAWN PART 2 Movie Review

It has been an amazing ride that fans will not soon forget. The final installment of the Twilight Saga will hit theaters this weekend leaving Twihards aching for more. In “Breaking Dawn part two” Bella (Kristen Stewart) has joined the Cullen’s as the newest member of the clan. Bella awakens and finds her senses have intensified and a new challenge of dealing with her thirst for blood. Somehow her control is much easier for her to gain and she seems to out power her fellow vampires.

When Bella meets her daughter Renesmee (Mackenzie Foy) she has grown significantly in just two short days. It is obvious that she has special powers of her own and is a gift to be cherished. Bella and Edward (Roberta Pattison) are living a fairy tale. However with this fairy tale you can expect evil to be waiting in the wings to strike. In this case it is the return of the Volturi. They are out for blood when they discover Bella and Edward have a child, one they believe to be immortal.

When Renesmee is threatened by the Volturi the Cullen’s are prepared to go to war. They will not be fighting alone as they enlist many other vampires to convince the Volturi that Renesmee poses no threat and to let Edward and Bella raise her in peace. In case back up is needed the wolf pack is there which includes Jacob who has imprinted on Renesmee and refuses to leave her side.

“Twilight Breaking Dawn Part 2” has perfected the end and will have fans falling in love all over again. There was enough drama to keep you on the edge of your seat throughout. The dramatic fight sequence was a show stopper with remarkable special effects. Pattison and Stewart had their fiery chemistry and the young Renesmee portrayed by Mackenzie Foy was impressive. This young beauty was a great addition. “Breaking Dawn Part 2” offers readers and moviegoers the ending they hoped for. Only problem is most will be asking for more and wishing it was not the final chapter.

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