Oh, how I love Breaking g Dawn! Bill Condon made this movie into a real movie, not just another installment in the Twilight Saga.
What I loved most:
*The incorporation of the music from the first movie. The music in Twilight has always been my favorite of all the series so it was a real treat to not only have Flightless Bird in there, but to also have Carter Burwell's compositions throughout.

*Bella and Edward were so incredibly happy. I've never seen Kristen Stewart smile so much as she did during the wedding and honeymoon. I particularly loved when Bella sauntered out in her sexy nightie with the little smirk causing Edward to laugh out loud and cover his face. Adorable!

*The emotionally charged wedding ceremony. Seeing them so in love, saying their vows with such conviction and getting so lost in their kiss they forgot everyone else made me cry.

*Wow, did pregnant Bella ever look rough! She actually looked dead. Amazing job--exactly how I pictured her in the book.

*KStew did an amazing job. She portrayed so many emotions--elated happiness, tearful sadness, fear, pain...I think this was her beat work yet.

*The humor, especially the speeches, Charlie was hilarious!

*The wolves. Very well done. The part where Jacob claims his alpha was almost frightening!

*The Volturi at the end. So evil!

I could go on and on! There's so much I loved about Breaking Dawn. It was better than id hoped. Now we gotta wait til Part 2!

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Comment by Bree Cullen on November 19, 2011 at 8:23pm

i agree with everything you've said. One scene that I particularly enjoyed, aside from the obvious 'big' scenes (wedding, honeymoon etc.), was the scene where Rosalie was getting a bath ready for Bella. When she took her robe off and she looked so sick, her bones were sticking out. The music in the background was amazing. The whole scene was hauntingly beautiful.

Comment by Beverly Hill on November 19, 2011 at 9:34pm

this review reflects a lot of how i felt about Breaking Dawn! thank you for mentioning the incorporation of the twilight music! i loved that AND all her human "memories" which were all clips from the previous movies :) 


i'll admit i was quite impressed and slightly terrified of the birth scene! bill did a great job & i think this is the trio's best work so far! can't wait to see part II :) 

Comment by Rachel Fordham on November 20, 2011 at 5:46am

I've seen people complaining about the music... are they smoking crack?! The music was by far the best, it complimented the movie without being distracting, in some of the movies the music was way too distracting and didn't add to the scene. I love this movie so much I don't even know what to say! Kristen was amazing! I loved the transformation and where they show the venom repairing her body.... I LOVE THIS MOVIE!

Comment by Carmen Rohde on November 20, 2011 at 9:55am

All I can say is that I totally loved the film.  The actors all did a great job.  I loved how Kristen depicted Bella as appearing so nervous as she walked up he aisle but how she instantly calmed down when looked at Edward. She did an awesome job depicting the range of emotions that Bella goes through.  I personally found the music to enhance the film instead of distracting the viewer from what what was happening.

Comment by Amanda Marie Emeterio on November 20, 2011 at 12:29pm

graphics were pretty awesome!


Comment by robsten42 on November 20, 2011 at 6:45pm

Loved this movie.  so much to like,  especially the music and flash backs.  My favorite part was when Kristen put on the black nightie and posed for Rob.  Can't wait for part 2 and to see Kristen as a vampire!!!!!!!!!

Comment by Sisa on November 21, 2011 at 7:03am

I agree!!! Thans Bill Condon !!!! BD is my love :D


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