10cf746e54 I found Eclipse to be the best, even though it is quite mediocre. Good bye Twilight, I do not look forward to the inevitable remakes.show full movie reviewsource5/10Revenge of the Department-Store ManikinsThis movie cost a reported $120,000,000. To me, it was just another Twilight movie. Nevertheless, Breaking Dawn Part II is not only the best entry in the franchise, it's also the worst. And one must admire Condon for taking on this film and tackling such touchy subjects as: the fact Edward can't be with Bella completely (while she's still human) without causing bruises. Dawn isn't the only thing breaking in this movie. Really, this is not an exaggeration. The previous filmography from director Bill Condon includes two excellent films (Gods and Monsters and Kinsey), but it is obvious that he made The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1 as a mercenary, because his work feels absolutely listless and lacking of any vision.
And we finally get to hear what werewolf telepathy sounds like. According to the rules ones' review must be at least 10 lines minimum. A praise goes to the actors: the acting is not bad, is not bad at all considering that, in my opinion, nothing better could have been done (Kristen Stewart's performance is not bad and I found very convincing the character of Jacob). I was thankful for more Seth and Leah in particular. Overall, fans of the series.I mean, single teenage girls will enjoy the final installment. It's just not my cup of tea, but, who am I? I'm just one person voicing his opinion. K-Stew, finally has something to do other than swoon over Edward, resist the urges from Jacob and act like a whiny teenager.