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The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2
After the birth of Renesmee, the Cullens gather other vampire clans in order to protect the child from a false allegation that puts the family in front of the Volturi. (imdb)
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The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2

2012
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1h 55m
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Rated 17 Nov 2012
35
3rd
The entire film is a build up to a redundant "gathering" which has ethnic stereotypes paraded about such as amazonians wearing loin cloths, natives who looked like they came from a Ford western, etc.. I was holding my breath hoping..no, praying..that the rice hat wearing asian vampire speaking broken english would show up just to complete the shitty twilight vampire UN. The CGI still looks hilarious especially the scenes of vampire's heads getting judo chopped and popping off like barbie dolls.
Rated 31 Mar 2013
5
3rd
"YOU NICKNAMED MY DAUGHTER AFTER THE LOCH NESS MONSTER????!!!!!"
Rated 03 Apr 2013
3
1st
For all those of you who made it through this entire wretched franchise without repeatedly stabbing your groin with a fork, running out of the house naked and killing a bunch of old people in a berserker bloodrage, I salute thee. Also, has anyone seen my grandparents?
Rated 19 Nov 2012
55
54th
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn -- Part 2 is sort of the Twilight film for non-fans, at least in parts. There's a twenty minute sequence inserted just to troll the devoted fans, while providing a sense of catharsis to those who haven't liked the series from the start. It's campy, funny, mostly devoid of the slow-moving, uneventful nature of a couple of films, and will likely please the die-hard fans, as well as not being a total bore for those who are just dragged along for the ride.
Rated 30 Nov 2013
0
3rd
So many decapitations yes yes everybody die this is hilarious...WAIT WHAT FUCK YOU STEPHENIE MEYER
Rated 25 Mar 2013
21
5th
So... Is it still paedophilia if a grown werewolf has the hots for a baby who's very obviously crap CGI rather than an actual baby?
Rated 27 Dec 2012
7
0th
I like things based on the Romeo & Juliet concept, and I'm usually all for modern takes on mythical allegory. That said, however, my boyfriend and I chose to see this at the drive-in knowing that the series started cheesy(a generous understatement) and proceeded to plummet downhill. It was no surprise that we had to have sex several times to overcome the boredom. Some of the soundtrack is cool but not cool enough to pardon the travesty of how much those responsible for this movie were paid.
Rated 18 Apr 2021
30
15th
Honestly the best film in the series. Partially because they said fuck it and made a crappy superhero movie with future A-list casting, partially because of the bizarro fight scene that starts with Carlisle’s head being ripped right the fuck off, and mostly because it’s finally over. I have died every second I listened to the credits.
Rated 18 Nov 2012
4
44th
A pretty dull buildup gives way to one of the most enjoyably nutty final battle sequences I've seen in some time: decapitations, super powers, wolves eating people, all kindsa shit. I'm not saying I liked the film, but, with this franchise, it's notable simply for not being the worst tentpole release of the year - it is much better than Bourne Legacy or Wrath of the Titans, for example. Kudos to Michael Sheen, a very talented actor who tears into his ridiculous character with infectious zeal.
Rated 25 Nov 2012
0
4th
From Meyer's producer credit appears at the start until the end, Breaking Dawn pt 2 is an exercise in increasing audience bafflement. I can remember no film put together so misguidedly. Why is there a CGI baby, when Twilight CGI is notoriously terrible? Where is the plot? Why that "twist", the dumbest narrative contrivement ever? This final installment is a tribute to the cultural icon Twilight - confusing and hilariously bad, you could work a lifetime trying to figure out why it is popular.
Rated 06 Nov 2020
55
22nd
Now married or happily pedophilic, our male leads cease their gaslighting and violent manipulations, making room for confident vamp Bella to toss her buoyant hair around as the filmmakers find some way to extend the plot without anything actually happening (there is literally no reason for this film to be split into two). Michael Sheen is great, the CG child awful, the film barely mediocre---one of the best two of the saga!
Rated 24 Nov 2012
27
21st
It's not as bad as the others I guess. Why is Lee Pace intent on wasting all the Pushing Daisies goodwill with lousy movies?
Rated 25 Nov 2012
4
7th
A 4 because I was beyond pleased when I heard the screams of a thousand teenage girls as Rosenberg and Meyer trolled the fans and pretended to kill everyone off. Oh, spoilers.
Rated 10 Mar 2013
12
9th
Why did they CGI a baby's face?
Rated 17 Nov 2012
80
58th
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 is an excellent capstone to the series. If for no other reason than they've finally gotten rid of all that angst lying about. The pacing is miles ahead of the previous one and there's some pretty good action in the climax.
Rated 17 Apr 2018
10
3rd
The freaking fight sequence at the end is one the most entertaining goddamn things I have ever seen in my life.
Rated 12 Nov 2017
26
6th
The way how the whole story just unfolds into nothing happening is just amazing. Probably the worst and the best of the series.
Rated 19 Nov 2016
40
7th
Farcical lunacy. Could be hilarious if it didn't so clearly (and deservedly) mock me for sitting through the entire franchise.
Rated 02 Apr 2015
0
4th
Having somehow made it 80% through these, thought I may as well finish. After hunting in a cocktail dress and that shit-awful cgi baby I'm quitting at around 83%.
Rated 01 Apr 2017
65
12th
I appreciate the hilarious and violent fan trolling enough to give it a better score than it deserves. Which is still a bad score.
Rated 18 Nov 2012
50
15th
Probably the best film in a detestable series, which is very faint praise. Like Breaking Dawn Part 1, it is directed well by Bill Condon and features beautiful cinematography and music from Guillermo Nevarro and Carter Burwell. The story benefits from Bella not moping over which of the boring guys she likes, but the terrible writing - with plot holes at every turn - keeps it from being anything but average.
Rated 15 Nov 2012
42
17th
Finally, the saga meets its finale. And, like the other films, this one takes a long path to get things done, so we are forced to follow the Cullens recruiting friends for the large-scale battle agains the Volturi -- with some fake brazilian natives included -- and a strange digital Renesmee, which is way creepier than the monsters around her. So, this is it: cool decapitations at the end, Alice making the big twist of the year and Ed and Bella living the flourish dream of endless love.
Rated 19 Mar 2019
2
4th
The reason why this movie is terrible is not because of the nightmare inducing CGI baby/child, horrific writing, shitty acting, atrocious ending, lazy editing, slow pacing and bullshit wolves. It's the lack of sexy shirtless men. Just putting it out there what everyone is thinking, I know you are. And I wish Jacob would impee on me too..
Rated 08 Nov 2021
36
12th
That fight scene was epic. When Carlisle head was ripped off I gasped, even though I already knew the fight was fake. The rest is pure trash as always, what do you expect? This is Twilight
Rated 19 Dec 2016
25
15th
Not the worst, but probably the second worst. Now give me my completion prize!!!
Rated 30 Nov 2012
60
44th
By the time the great vampire showdown finally got started, I was good and done with Breaking Dawn, Part 2. But the big action scene is so campily over the top - with one twist so unforeseeable - that it sent me out on a burst of grudging goodwill.
Rated 02 Nov 2021
70
69th
unfortunately, i am now left with less cringe then when i started my journey of twilight yesterday, this is the antichrist of cringe and youll know what i mean after you watch it. but i can say,i did learn one very interesting thing through my journey, and that is that sequels get more fucked as they continue, and i was also given a gift, its called Bolemia,and every time i need to throw up i can just watch this and it empties my soul completely, from the twisted fan fic story to new revalations
Rated 03 Sep 2019
62
28th
Utterly insane and very enjoyable. Kinda pissed that all these interesting vampires got introduced at the very last minute when we've had to spend the majority of the series with the PotteryBarn-ass Cullens.
Rated 09 Feb 2014
1
1st
Either the worst film I've seen in years or the greatest comedy
Rated 20 Dec 2012
52
37th
It starts out just as dreadful as Part 2 before it develops into a fine ending and a seethingly romantic coda that will leave Team Edward in tears.
Rated 01 Dec 2012
30
16th
Watched it only to round out the series
Rated 04 Dec 2012
30
7th
This installment was the best of the franchise by far. At the very least, it was the most entertaining. The majority of the acting, the characters, the writing - it's all still bad. The baby/little girl with the CG face - that was both unrealistic and downright creepy. Despite all that, I actually had fun! And the climax of the film was actually pretty cool. It was still a horrible film, but it was the first one to actually entertain me at all and the first one I didn't completely dislike.
Rated 02 May 2014
30
2nd
Somewhat of an improvement over the first part, but the cheaply employed 'it was all a dream' gimmick can't conceal a glaring anticlimax or a ridiculously sappy ending.
Rated 20 Nov 2012
60
18th
A hilariously stupid and fun time.
Rated 07 Dec 2016
20
1st
I hate this finale so much. I almost actually like it, because I thought, "Wow! I didn't expect this to be exciting at all!!" but until the very last.... One of my worst experience in theatre, just because the ending. My first worst is Mockingjay Part 2. I wonder what happens with these finales.
Rated 27 Apr 2014
81
62nd
The hatred heaped on this must've bled in from a hatred of the franchise in general & what its overwhelming popularity suggests about what modern females (of all ages) really want: 2 be drooled over by hunks & taken care of in a happily-ever-after. But y shouldn't female power fantasies be as immature as James Bond? In any case there's relatively minimal swooning & only 1 giant plothole (the vampire "government" takes weeks 2 arrive) & finally a climactic battle that delivers w/ a clever twist.
Rated 30 Nov 2013
1
4th
Part 2 mostly spares us of Meyer's Mormon moralistic bullshit and allows us to laugh uncomfortably at: Jacob's primal wolf-lust for a cgi-baby/11 year old; Bella's new super cool vampire powers (and more!); odd ethnic stereotypes; baffling Vampire politics that make little sense; Team Edward's victory; and this Saga's consistently awful cgi. Unless you're a virgin 13 year old Mormon, I'll never understand how anyone could take this story seriously. Stephenie Meyer is a horrible person.
Rated 07 Jan 2013
70
32nd
Not as horrible as expected for this last installment. Perhaps I was just glad the entire thing was finally over.
Rated 28 Sep 2013
48
6th
The book had a huge flaw and missing component which I guess the script had to replace somehow but that old chestnut? It's laugh out loud funny they've got the balls to do that for 20mins in the concluding part of major franchise.
Rated 09 Mar 2013
0
1st
Legitimately disgusting.
Rated 18 Feb 2013
35
2nd
One great 20 minute battle scene does not make up for all the stupid and creepy and interminable vampire drama. Such horrible, horrible, writing.The acting does seem mildly better, but that might just be because there's less of the three leads and more Lee Pace, Michael Sheen, and other assorted scenery chewers.
Rated 05 Jun 2013
60
47th
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Rated 29 Aug 2015
93
51st
Bella (Kristen Stewart) awakes -- as a vampire -- from her life-threatening labor, and her newborn daughter, Renesmee, proves to be very special indeed. While Bella adjusts to her new state of being, Renesmee experiences accelerated growth. When the Volturi learn of the baby's existence, they declare her to be an abomination and sentence the Cullens to death. Bella, Edward (Robert Pattinson) and the rest of the clan seek help from allies around the world to protect their family.
Rated 31 Jan 2022
29
11th
Pretty funny! Certainly earned the razzies. Keep your heads on!
Rated 24 Aug 2022
84
56th
That one scene yo, I was wheezing
Rated 23 Feb 2013
49
7th
Oh where to start. Well let's start with the good. The battle scene. Excellent. (SPOILERS) Now for the bad. The final battle scene didn't happen because it was just a projection of the possible future! ARG! So disappointing. Ok, more bad... the CGI baby, toddler and possible young adult of the worst named character ever Bella's baby Renesmee. The worst part of this was the fact that Bella used her powers to create a montage for the end of the film. Time to make the Stewart barf face.
Rated 07 Nov 2021
42
23rd
The story, acting, CGI, costumes, and the melodrama are all so cringe-inducingly terrible. Is this the best of the series? Maybe...
Rated 23 Aug 2015
0
3rd
finally it's over
Rated 17 Jun 2017
9
5th
It sucks. But at least it's over.
Rated 25 Nov 2012
70
46th
Despite my generally favorable reviews of most of these films, I accept that they aren't 'good' films. These are films even its most ardent fans admit are 'bad' but they love anyway. I think this series finale has the most gusto and goes out in a big fighting way. My positivity for much of the series goes out to the fans who need to know they are getting exactly what they want---and for what these movies are trying to be (as eye-rolling as they are)---they are well-made.
Rated 08 Dec 2012
2
5th
-and it was all just a horrible dream...
Rated 25 Nov 2012
7
3rd
In Stephenie Meyer's chaste, bloodless reimagining of Romeo & Juliet, the two not-so-star-crossed lovers patiently wait until they're married before they even think of consummating, after which they skip merrily off into the sunset, tragedy-free. Meanwhile, the Montagues and Capulets meet up on the battlefield and exchange surly glances before one of them blurts "Group hug!" and they all go their separate ways. Thank God this franchise is finally over.
Rated 13 Aug 2018
17
8th
They brought in some whack time travel that wasn't time travel.
Rated 13 Dec 2016
80
45th
JACOB YOU PEDOPHILE FUCK! I HATE YOU AND YOUR SORRY IMPRINTING ASS. YOU ALSO CAME ONTO CHARLIE. WTF, CHARLIE DON'T PLAY THAT WAY YOU FUCK. EVEN IF HE DID, HE WOULDN'T WANT YO STANKY DOG ASS. JUST A MAJOR FUCK YOU ON JACOB. #EMMETTSTIMETOSHINE
Rated 21 Apr 2013
40
7th
For a movie based on twilight, it was okay, but I never found it good. Like the roamtic moments though :)
Rated 04 Feb 2013
94
50th
really good movie, but the end should've been left like it was supposed to be.
Rated 31 Jan 2014
70
36th
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Rated 22 Oct 2015
50
42nd
There was warewolves what ate a vampire dudes head off half way, shit was nuts. 2.5 stars.
Rated 22 Jun 2019
75
44th
X-Men: Vampire Force
Rated 22 Apr 2013
35
16th
YES! Finally there is action! And plot (twist?)! And baaaaaaaaaaaad guys. Oceans, heavens, HELLS **thunder strike** better - or well, at least more watchable - than all the other. Still, it lacks from having a kindergarten play the 11 lead characters. And 3rd grade computer effects. Or so it seems. But having sat through the other ... 5 (?) films, it's something you learn to live with!
Rated 29 Nov 2012
65
21st
Of all movies of this series I actually enjoyed this one, at least it was fun at the cinema. Less romance, more action.
Rated 07 Apr 2019
40
19th
eng; [The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2; Breaking Dawn - Biss zum Ende der Nacht, Teil 2]; die zwei verheirateten vampiere haben ein kind bekommen, welches der italienische vampirclan töten will - die eltern versuchen alles um das zu verhindern.;
Rated 11 Jul 2015
24
0th
Those poor people to work alongside the numb Kristen Stewart. Why did I watch this movie? Sometimes family has its politics (picking battles).
Rated 02 Oct 2023
1
0th
there could be a mildy interesting queer theory tangent drawn out of this becoming a vampire thing but then again maybe not
Rated 27 Nov 2012
90
91st
Like how Bella was gifted with sharper senses when she was turned into a vampire, so did the presidential process awaken me to the needs of America. I too stand against the Volturi (Obama).
Rated 20 Aug 2017
19
1st
The book had a huge flaw and missing component which I guess the script had to replace somehow but that old chestnut? It's laugh out loud funny they've got the balls to do that for 20mins in the concluding part of major franchise.
Rated 11 Oct 2018
6
2nd
The most interesting part of this film is a sequence that doesn't end up being real. If you've made it this far, you probably have a pretty good idea of what to expect already.
Rated 02 Mar 2013
20
12th
So bad it's hilarious.
Rated 09 Mar 2015
40
19th
Passes the time.
Rated 16 Nov 2012
61
19th
Had the movie had gone the full mile on it's big "twist" it would have at least gotten a letter grade bump for being ballsy, but the writing is still sloppy and the ending still lacks the scope needed to save the series. That said, as a non-fan, watching the end with a room full of fans during said twist was the most fun I've had in years. Go see it for the audience reactions, they're worth the price of admission alone.
Rated 22 Mar 2013
25
36th
That final battle is actually fairly entertaining. If it hadn't just been a vision and the movie actually ended with half of the characters dead while the survivors mourned in agony, I might have given this thing like, a 30, maybe even a 35! Too bad the rest is the same old Twilight dreck, just with a cgi baby and new characters you care about even less. Bella tackles a cougar in mid-air HOLY SHIT THIS MOVIE IS TERRIBLE
Rated 17 Jan 2023
50
12th
Now THIS is a movie
Rated 05 Jan 2013
86
87th
It was much better than I expected.
Rated 22 May 2013
60
35th
Yes, I watched it: fast-forwarded through the sex scenes, was amused by Lautner's obligatory strip tease and was briefly shocked by the penultimate battle scene because it was the only scene in the entire friggin series that carried any weight whatsoever. If you've watched it yourself, you know what a rip-off that feeling was. Bella is marginally more interesting as a character here because she's tossing people around but Vampire Diaries is better, for what that's worth.
Rated 08 Jun 2020
58
34th
On one hand it feels like an extended epilogue...on the other hand it's the best of the series and I finally have an inkling of investment in the characters....on the other hand Anna Kendrick isn't in it....on the other hand there's an absurd number of PG-13 beheadings and a vampire feeding an enemy vampire to a werewolf... A mixed bag, but I...sigh, begrudingly, I can't deny it's the bonkers ending this hokey series needed, and it's clean for the most part...
Rated 09 Apr 2013
0
0th
It's so hard to even figure out where to start if talking about this one. Basically it's really tiresome to watch people staring and discussing while new characters keep appearing out of nowhere in a storyline that is deeply troublesome (paedophilia!) and absurd. Add the flavour of apparently deliberately cut scenes that were put together and you get a result that will make the first part of this series look decent(!). It's ok for some laughs, but to be honest: I've never seen anything worse.
Rated 15 Nov 2020
60
23rd
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Rated 10 Jan 2022
60
62nd
This installment in the series is what every single one should have been. We see different vampires with different abilities, mystery and a cool twist. Frankly, I'm uncertain if the movie is actually good, or if it is so much better than the others, that it seems like a masterpiece.
Rated 17 Jan 2013
40
14th
4- might want to skip this one, not that hot
Rated 27 Mar 2018
30
1st
Perhaps the worst thing about this was the action scenes were actually really good until you realized it was all a meaningless what if scenario. Pure garbage plot device from a literary and cinematic stand point. What a horrible waste of the series best action sequences.
Rated 01 Nov 2020
15
9th
Wait, did this movie seriously end with "it was all a dream?" I don't care that I spoiled it, I hate this movie.
Rated 02 Dec 2012
20
21st
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Rated 04 Jan 2021
30
33rd
I kept looking at my watch thinking to myself "Something has got to happen soon", as time was running out. This was like a 5-movie build-up to a clash of the supernaturals and they kept stalling and stalling. And then came a half-decent slaughter before a cop-out ending that really established how poor this story was.
Rated 18 Nov 2012
100
51st
really awesome 10 out of 10
Rated 02 Mar 2013
50
1st
Funny characters; movie still focuses school kids
Rated 20 Nov 2013
40
9th
The final part of twilight is predictably mind numbing and utterly pretentious piece of trilogy closure.it started off with lumbering plot which was almost unbearable to follow only to be saved by Michael Sheen solid addition as the leader of the so-called Volturi. perhaps it was meant to be the opposite of Harry Potter Trilogy that ended with a bang. in contrary,"The Twilight Saga" finale is a hard hitting terrible melodrama filled with beautiful cast of actor.
Rated 08 Mar 2020
34
28th
The whole series is so weird. (I literally watched this 7 months after i finished the other 4 films, idk what took me so long lol).

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