Check out Canada.com's review of BD part 1 DVD :-
Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1: Three stars out of five - Like all fine cheeses, The Twilight Saga ripens with age. Once bland and milky-white, the story of Bella Swan's transformation from innocence to adulthood grows increasingly textured with each new outing. This latest effort is easily the strongest to date, as director Bill Condon finds a way to lighten the melodrama with a little self-winking humour, without eroding the romantic core of the whole franchise. This is the instalment every Twihard was waiting for, as it features the physical consummation of Bella (Kristen Stewart) and Edward's (Robert Pattinson) love. This symbolic and physical deflowering of Bella is the central hook for this whole episode, and Condon has to take us into the breathless, heart-thumping world of a virgin facing the cliff of experience - and leaping into the abyss. With the help of Stewart's strongest performance to date, Condon successfully conveys the depth of connection between the two lovers. We believe in their passion, and, once we're on that page, we can swallow the rest of the plot without choking on the hokum. Special features include six-part behind-the-scenes documentary, Bella and Edward's wedding video, Jacob's Destiny, Edward Fast Forward, Jacob Fast Forward, audio commentary and more. (Released Feb. 11).