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Twilight: Breaking Dawn
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This is a great build-up to the end of the saga. Although the Breaking Dawn book is better, it leaves me in anticipation for more; knowing what happens next. The intensity between Bella and Edward has increased and the graphics in this movie is surreal. A must watch!
The first part of the last installment of the Twilight saga. Bella and Edward are getting married and preparing to go on their honeymoon. Whilst on honeymoon, Bella mistakenly falls pregnant.This being a new situation, none of the Cullens are sure of what to expect. With Bella's health failing rapidly and the wolves on the hunt, Edward is not sure what to do. Bella insist that nobody harm her baby even whilst it is slowly killing her. If you are fan of Twilight saga, you will accept this mediocre adaptation of the book. People who are not fans would be advised not to watch this movie...seriously dreary. Hopefully the second part will be better.
While I wasn't very interested in this saga I was intrigued by the trailer of the latest movie, Breaking Dawn. I find Bella to be a bit of a sap, she always seems upset, sad or anxious. Now and then you get a little humour that seems out of place. The movie didn't make Bella a beauty queen throughout, especially when the baby was literally eating away at her strength. Bella looked terrible, which made the movie a little less happy glamorous vampire stories and more to my taste. The twist at the end of this movie, being the first part, was unexpected and I loved it. I have never read the books even though I'm a bookaholic, so I don't know the full outcome which I like. A cool movie to watch.
With love and action combined you couldn't aks for a better movie than breaking dawn part one. It has you on the edge of your seat and leaves you impatient for part 2. Breaking dawn brings so much more to the screen and if you haven't read the book yet I suggest you go and get the dvd and watch it a.s.a.p. You won't regret it.
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