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The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1
Forever Is Just The Beginning
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The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1

English
FantasyRomantic
24 Nov, 2011
1 hrs 54 mins
76%
85 votes
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Based on the novel written by Stephenie Meyer who has created incredible characters, the movie `The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn`, (Part 1) follows the events of the previous movie where Bella and Edward Cullen get married, leaving behind a heartbroken Jacob. When Bella faces an unexpected situation, she does what it takes to undergo the ultimate transformation and fight the final battle to save her love. This part of the movie shows the completion of Bella and Edward`s incomplete relationship, with their incredible love followed by their wedding. It has also captured some spectacular moments shared by a couple where Bella gives birth to their baby.
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It`s the aura and the sanctity of the storybook wedding between the pallid and princely vampire, Edward and the equally pallid, yet loyal Bella that sets the note of the film. The high schoolers are now mature adults, ready to step into a new world. And they do it with all the tentativeness and aspirations of two people who are hopelessly in love and desperate not to hurt each other. The wedding, attended by the vampire family and Bella`s clan is a languid, prolonged affair, interrupted by some high drama when a furious Jacob tries to vent his grief and anger against the alliance that he feels will end in tragedy. Yet again, Bella`s attempts to comfort and convince Jacob hold more passion than her kisses with Cullen! ...Read full review
After the Harry Potter series earlier this year, it`s the much-loved Twilight series` turn to get a two part finale. The phenomenally popular books written by Stephenie Meyer, which in turn have spawned an inexplicably popular series of movies, are what you might call `critic-proof` - you can criticise them all you want, but none of that is going to make so much as a scratch on this franchise`s sparkling surface. ...Read full review
The beauty of a fantasy is how disconnected it is from reality. And at some point, everyone gets on this incredible flight of imagination to embrace the elusive or fashion their own implausibility. It`s only when one delves beyond a happily-ever-after, the practicality of a situation rears its ugly head, putting an official end to the dream. ...Read full review
In `The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1`, fourth installment of the ridiculously successful `Twilight` franchise, Kristen Stewart`s mopey-eyed Bella Swan prepares for her wedding and her honeymoon with pasty-faced vampire Edward Cullen, played by Robert Pattinson. For close to thirty minutes the camera floats lovingly over the glossy wedding, where vampires and humans set aside their gnawing differences to mutually toast the couple. ...Read full review