With the movie premiere of "Breaking Dawn Part 2" last November 12 at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles, film critics were able to watch the final installment of the "Twilight" movie franchise and then share their judgment about the much anticipated film.
Based on what the reviewers said, the Twi-hard fans will be pleased and may probably be surprised with the shocking twist at the end of the film. "The final installment of the immortal Bella/Edward romance will give its breathlessly awaiting international audience just what it wants. It all has just sort of chugged along in a stylistically mundane way that has not infrequently slipped over into dullness," Todd McCarthy of the Hollywood Reporter shared.
In a Daily Mail report, "Breaking Dawn Part 2" changed Baz Bamigboye's mind about his impression on the other four "Twilight" films. "I can't deny that I didn't care very much for the four other movies. For the most part they were poorly made and badly acted. But somehow the final film has stuff to say about love, friendship and loyalty that works," Bamigboye wrote.
According to Variety's Justin Chang, some male audience may actually enjoy watching film director Bill Condon's second "Twilight" installment. "With Bella reborn as a bloodthirsty, butt-kicking vampire mama, this second of two Bill Condon-directed installments clears a low bar to stand easily as the franchise's most eventful and exciting entry. Admittedly, much of the credit should go to a jaw-dropping extended climax that will give fans something to chew on besides the delicate matter of Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson's off-screen romance," Chang declared.
Also, Amanda Bell from the Examiner guaranteed the positive reception of "Breaking Dawn Part 2" movie enthusiasts. "At any rate, having seen the movie twice at this point, I can assure you it's going to be a hit with fellow fans," Bell wrote. "As many fans have been warned, the big showdown with the Volturi is a touch different than what we read in the book. The biggest question about that is, 'Is it so different that I won't like it and/or recognize it?' The answer is no. Mark my words on this: The theaters will be in a cheering and gasping uproar during these scenes. To say anything else would be a spoiler to the experience of it," Bell further added.
Now that the "Twilight Saga" is coming to an end, fans will be saying their goodbyes to the characters that Kristen Stewart, Taylor Lautner and Robert Pattinson portrayed and graced on the big screen. "Breaking Dawn Part 2" opens on November 15 in Australian cinemas.