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Breaking Dawn Part Two

Breaking Dawn Part Two

Bill Condon (2012)

110min
12 Certificate
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Review

Our Score
The final film of any series should be absolutely spot on, and here director Bill Condon pulls off an amazing visual coup that will satisfy the many millions of Twihards and possibly convert a few others. Following on from the fourth film of the series, Bella and Edward are now Mr and Mrs Cullen, and have a half human/half vampire daughter - the oddly named Renesmee. When the Volturi - ancient warlike vampires who act as judges of the vampire world - come to believe that Renesmee is an immortal child (which is forbidden by their laws), they set out to kill the entire Cullen family. Meanwhile, vampires from all over the world risk their lives to act as witnesses to Renesmee's true nature. Despite stupid CGI wolves (and baby Renesmee for that matter), dodgy red contact lenses and terrible blotchy white greasepaint, this glossy finale remains true to the world of Twilight and the eternal love story at its heart.

Summary

Vampire couple Edward and Bella enjoy a happy married life with their new daughter, but the leaders of the undead race believe the child is a threat to their entire species. The protective parents gather their allies to defend the girl in a final battle with their enemies. Conclusion of the romantic fantasy series, with Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner and Michael Sheen.

Cast & Crew

Bella Cullen Kristen Stewart
Edward Cullen Robert Pattinson
Jacob Black Taylor Lautner
Aro Volturi Michael Sheen
Jane Dakota Fanning
Charlie Swan Billy Burke
Dr Carlisle Cullen Peter Facinelli
Esme Cullen Elizabeth Reaser
Emmett Cullen Kellan Lutz
Rosalie Hale Nikki Reed
Jasper Hale Jackson Rathbone
Alice Cullen Ashley Greene
Renesmee Cullen Mackenzie Foy
Director Bill Condon
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Other Information

Language: English Colour Theatrical distributor: Entertainment One Guidance: Some violence, a sex scene. Available on: Available on DVD and BluRay Released on: 16 Nov 2012

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