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Plot: The Quileutes close in on expecting parents Edward and Bella, whose unborn child poses a threat to the Wolf Pack and the towns people of Forks. Runtime: 117 Minute Release Date: 24 Nov 2011
It's hard to describe this movie in just 1,000 words but I'll try to keep it short. I'm a huge fan of the books, but I've been disappointed with the last two movies so my hopes weren't that high for this one. I shouldn't have worried. Breaking Dawn blew me away from the first scene. Stewart is finally acting, which is one of the biggest reasons why this movie is so much better than the others. She portrays Bella in a way that is so close to the book, and it's wonderful to see her and Pattinson playing lovers that are so, so, so in love. The fact that Bill Condon <more>
director gave the happy couple so much time to be just that, happy, makes you really believe in their love and it makes you understand why they can't live without each other. Such an important part or THE most important thing I should say but something that the previous directors have failed in showing. This movie takes you from a beautiful wedding, complete with the most hilarious toasts Jessica and Charlie wonderful music, stunning dresses and declarations of love that will touch everyone's hearts, to South America for a sexy, funny and exciting honeymoon where we see heartfelt smiles, kissing, cuddling and teasing along with the epic headboard breaking scene. It then settles back in Forks, where we get to witness the most terrifying pregnancy imaginable. The special effects team deserve an Oscar for the work they've done on making Stewart look like she's slowly fading away.The moments leading up to the birth scene are actually scarier than the scene itself. It really is a horror film towards the end, and some scenes should maybe have been rated R. It ends in the perfect place, such a natural and obvious cut. I am so thankful that Breaking Dawn has been split into two parts, because I can't imagine even once scene in this part that could have been skipped. Condon is a genius.
!!!!This review may contain spoilers!!!!! (by bestbanr1)
hi , Breaking Dawn part 1 is really not like the other twilight movies , the soundtrack was amazing , the acting was really really good , its has real action and real suspense unlike twilight , new moon , eclipse .. the sex scene was hot , the birth scene was incredible Kristen did an amazing job in this one , i'm not a twilight fan and i cried at the end i was really surprised after watching Breaking Dawn cause this is the first amazing twilight movie ,Bill Condon did an amazing job in this one , Breaking Dawn is one of the best movies i ever seen in my life but the sex scene and The <more>
blood level was kind of over-rated for a PG-13 movie like Joey A' Rpd said this movie should be Rated-R ,breaking dawn is not for teenagers at all i recommend it for 18+ ..
Masterful! The best Twilight! (by jose_andres200853)
One of the things you must have in mind when you sit in the movie theaters to watch "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn-Part1" is that you will be blown away in both, the awefully epic and the bloodily gasping. For those Twilight haters, this will cause you to love Twilight, because unlike Eclipse, New Moon and Twilight itself, had no unlimitation of action. This one is tuly emotional, tear-jerking and mind-blowing in action-packed sequences. The wolf battles are much intense, the action between vampires is very prolonged and awesomely paced, and for the moment the loyal Twilight <more>
Freaks have been waiting for: The Birth Scene. It was incredible. I was in the brink of crying as soon as Edward said. "Renesmee, a changing heart". And I'm a man who is not easily convinced by 'emotional' scenes. But the birth scene just made me weak. The blood level was kind of over-rated for a PG-13 movie, but I will not ruin the surprise. A must see for everyone!
Breaking dawn, beds and bones... (by Chalice_Of_Evil)
Bill Condon has achieved the seemingly impossible task of filming that which had been deemed 'unfilmable'. The book ending for Eclipse with Jacob running away after receiving the invite to Bella & Edward's wedding , which was left out of the Eclipse film, is where we begin this movie. Breaking Dawn Part 1 thankfully takes its time with most of the important moments from the book. The preparation for the wedding, the wedding itself most intricate back of a wedding dress EVER , the honeymoon complete with leg-shaving! , and everything involving the pregnancy - these <more>
sections of the film are the most focused upon. That said, there are some things left out that may upset some fans. Jacob's section of the book? Condensed. Considerably. Hope you weren't expecting to see the stuff involving him going off to look for somebody to imprint on. It's not here. Sadly, one of the parts I liked most about the book the stuff with Jacob, Seth & Leah has been vastly shortened. But at least the major points are there. Maybe we could of got more of them instead of that rather pointless fight scene between the Cullens and the wolves? Regarding the sex scene and birthing scene, which everyone wants to know about: Well, Bella & Edward having bed-breakingly good sex *is* included, but you can sort of tell there have been cuts. The birthing scene fares a bit better. There is more blood in this scene and a nightmare Bella has early in the film than the whole of the three previous movies combined. I can see how this would have been trimmed down also, but I think they really did include as much as they possibly could given the rating here's hoping for an unedited DVD release . It is definitely an intense emotion-charged scene. Clearly giving birth to half-human half-vampire offspring is no picnic. Dawn isn't the only thing breaking in this movie. There's also the breaking of Bella's bones, thanks to the spawn crushing her from the inside out. One thing the movie nails is making Bella look as sickly as possible. She's so skeletal it's disturbing.Kristen Stewart is put through the wringer in this film. There's a vast array of feelings Bella has to tangle with. And, yes, she *does* smile, though the happy feelings don't last very long. Edward or 'The Hair' as Jessica calls him matches Bella in regards to the number of emotions she goes through. He has to carry all this guilt over the one he loves most, and it clearly takes a toll on him emotionally as much as the pregnancy does on Bella physically. Poor Jacob, meanwhile, isn't having any fun either. These three characters deal with so much throughout the film. Stewart, Pattinson and Lautner with new stubble all sell it.Most characters get at least a brief moment to shine. Some Cullens who aren't Edward get a bit more dialogue than usual Elizabeth Reaser as Esme is probably the most happy about this . I especially liked seeing some conflict between Alice and Rosalie in regards to Bella's child. The wolves have a few brief scenes here and there. I was thankful for more Seth and Leah in particular. And we finally get to hear what werewolf telepathy sounds like. It's definitely chaotic which makes sense . Billy Burke and Sarah Clarke as Bella's parents get some great moments, both emotional and humorous. Even new characters like the Denali clan get some screen time. Keep an eye on that Irina Maggie Grace, who manages to do a lot with a little amount of screen time , she'll be important in Part 2. Bella's friends maybe get a line each. Jessica Anna Kendrick, who still steals every scene she's in gets the most. She, along with various other characters, add humour. Given how heavy the storyline is in this film, the humor is a much-appreciated relief.Things do get very dark post-honeymoon. 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. Does he let Bella die giving birth to their spawn? Does Jacob remain loyal to his tribe or side with those he has hated for so long in order to protect Bella? And what of the all-important 'imprinting'? Thankfully, we get a look at what Renesmee will look like when she grows to adulthood which will be when Jacob starts thinking of her in THAT way. So don't get your panties in a twist about it. If you paid attention, you will know how imprinting works and it won't seem as freaky as it initially sounds .Condon should also be commended for his direction, as his choice of shots add so much to the film. We even get a look inside Bella to see how the venom changes her. The effects on display during her transformation are really something. I also liked that they included flashbacks to the previous films as we hear Bella's Lullaby play.If you don't like anything to do with the Twilight franchise, then you're not going to change your opinion by this point. Haters will hate. But for those of us who appreciate it, this movie is a fine interpretation of the first half of the book. As well as the choices of music used, something else these films have always done right is remain true to the source material, including most of the important dialogue/moments from the books. Things end in a logical place and leave you anxiously awaiting Part 2. And if you stay for a little while after the end credits start, there's an extra scene involving the Volturi.
If you've read the book, I guarantee you will not be disappointed. Out of all the Twilight movies, this one was absolutely most true to the text. As a Twilight fan who has re-read Breaking Dawn over 10 times, I was very pleased with how the movie captured the book's insane, emotionally extreme nuttiness. The book is insanity, and this movie is INSANITY.It starts off like a romantic comedy, surprisingly light and humorous considering it's a Twilight movie. The whole honeymoon is achingly sweet, and I was smiling the whole way through. It was lovely and quite refreshing to see Bella <more>
and Edward laugh so much. The sex scene was beautifully emotional, if lacking slightly in details. Unless fans have some extreme voyeuristic tendencies or something, it'll be satisfying enough. Then, after the first 45 minutes or so, there's an entire genre change. It's like if watching The Wedding Planner or some equally cheesy chick flick and suddenly the female lead goes after the male lead with a chainsaw seeking bloody murder. I suppose if you haven't read the book, the shift in mood could give you whiplash and leave you utterly concerned. But for someone like me, who's read and also loves melodramatic theatricality, the horror/comedy combination was thrilling. It was disturbing in the best way. If you've ever had creepy clown dreams, it's somewhat like that. The second part of the movie was truly grotesque, mostly due to how sickly thin Kristen Stewart looks. The digital/CGI team did a fantastic job, with the end result being more-or-less reminiscent of a concentration camp survivor. There was one scene in particular, where Bella is looking at her emaciated form in the mirror, that was truly scary. I didn't think it was possible to see someone's spine outlined so clearly. As for the birth scene: it was less visually revealing that I thought but horrifying and incredibly sensory all the same. Again, Bella's corpse-like frame is incredibly disturbing.What I loved most about this movie were the emotional extremes. Where the past three Twilight movies are subtle and reserved, this one goes all out, portraying everything from euphoria to unthinkable agony. The blissful scenes at the beginning are such a stark contrast to the agonizing scenes at the end, it almost made me want to cry. The key word to describe this movie is INTENSE. Breaking Dawn Part 1 loses one point from me because there is far too much wolf pack for my liking. Most of the wolf scenes were awkward and almost humorous when they were supposed to be serious. A good example is the scene where Jacob breaks from the pack. It was utterly ridiculous and weird. Plus, few members of the wold pack could act to save their lives. As for the acting chops of the big three, they varied. Kristen was surprisingly phenomenal. Taylor was at times tolerable, and at times painfully awkward. Rob held his own, but it's fairly difficult to judge him because he didn't play nearly as prominent a role in this movie as I would have liked him to. Recommendations: Watch it if you've read the book. Otherwise, you'll be confused and no one really wants to hear you complain: "How DARE they not waste half an hour explaining everything to me in detail??!!". Also, I suggest you don't eat anything before or during this movie. Finally, make sure you stay in your seat for five minutes after the credits start rolling.
Possibly the BEST movie for fans. NOT so great for non-fans. (by fmc3)
Non-fans will find this movie slow, and even boring. However, for the fans of the series, this is definitely one of the best. It fulfills all of their most important wishes, and does so with style and great beauty.Fans will walk out feeling warm and happy. Non-fans will wonder why nothing is happening, and why it is important. So everyone should expect that there will be a very great dichotomy of opinion about this movie, depending on which group is evaluating it.I'm a guy, who read the books and enjoyed them, despite their obvious though unimportant flaws, but I wouldn't be at such <more>
an early showing if it weren't for my wife. Yet, because of my understanding of the books, I can see the beauty of how this was done.If you liked the books, or like the movies, then go see this. You will enjoy it and find that it moves you. But don't be surprised that many many people won't 'get it' because EVERY bit of the "real" non-emotional action is being saved for the final movie in the series.
I'm what you could call half-twihard. I loved the first two books, barely remember reading Eclipse and when it came to Breaking Dawn that book was one that to quote Dorothy Parker , "Should not be tossed aside lightly but thrown with great force". I never even finished the 4th book it disgusted me so much.At about 9:45 last night I bit the bullet and bought a ticket to the latest in this saga. I was half-expecting to walkout on this film as I had HATED the film Eclipse.My first surprise was when I was in the sold-out theater and there were A LOT of women and men my age and <more>
older in the seats. I was expecting teen pandemonium but nope, I got thirtysomethings having a girl's Moms? night out. Whoops were kept to a minimum. I think some parents might be trying to protect their wee ones from this last movie. Of course we had to watch 25 mins worth of previews beforehand, but I digress.All that I had been dreading...actually kept me glued to the screen. The humor was present, whether intentional or not. Thank god for Billy Burke Charlie Swan to still be the comic relief in this film and keep it grounded in reality when there was time.Kristen Stewart has finally grown some confidence in her character, Bella, and for once, she didn't totally suck. She actually acted. How sad is that that I didn't like the lead until 4 movies into the saga?There was implied rough sex, violence, and gore but NOT as gory as the birthing scene in the book. That I still haven't forgiven Stephanie Meyer for. Her way of writing of the birthing process would have scared me senseless if I was 12. In the movie, it worked.The other thing I was dreading...how the heck are they going to pull off Jacob imprinting on Renesmee? I was shocked to see that was actually done well and it knocked all the previous pedophilia jokes out.This movie is really only for the fans though. I can't imagine what a newbie would make of this series.I won't be buying the soundtrack though. The score was fine and all but the artists they used did so not fit into my usual twilight playlist. It was jarring at times what they picked and just plain bad. New Moon still wins for best soundtrack, in my opinion, in capturing the mood of one of those films. That and there is no new Muse song out for this latest soundtrack blasphemy! . Then again Neutron Star Collision was quite awful.
Best of series .... so far (by khamilton-217-515730)
Come on people! It's just a movie! What is with the harsh reviews? If you're a hater, why do you bother watching in the first place? I loved it. It's my favourite of the series so far. I did enjoy the book but found it too long and drawn out. The movie depicts the story in a perfect amount of time and cuts out all the boring stuff. I am disappointed that I have to wait a year for part 2...surely, they could have made a 2.5 hr movie and ended it now. The wedding was beautiful, the honeymoon sweet and fun - hopefully the uncut version is on the DVD - the pregnancy, birth and <more>
transformation - amazing - Kristen is never better as Bella than in this film. Everyone is talking about the wolf telepathy segment - but how else would they have done it? I just think everyone is too hard on this series. If you're a fan, you'll love it...if you're a hater, don't bother watching it!
Breaking Dawn, Part 1 was MUCH better than Eclipse. I'm reading a lot of bad reviews, everybody is entitled to their own opinion and maybe the movie wasn't for them. I'm not a teenager and at first refused to have anything to do with a "stupid movie about a stupid vampire that pretends to be a teenager." Then one day out of sheer boredom rented Twilight on PPV was of course was hooked. And yes, females will enjoy this movie more as they are more in-tuned with the idea of falling in love and romance.Most reviews complained about the amount of romance, hugging, kiss, etc. <more>
This movie is about the romance of a newly married couple. Most newlyweds do these activities, constantly. Sure, they are far from your average newlyweds. It was amazing to see Bella walking down the aisle looking like she was going to pass out at any second but whenever she saw Edward it was if she forgot to be nervous. There were cheesy moments and funny moments. Charlie's wedding speech was hilarious.What amazed me was that they actually filmed the birth scene just like it was in the book. Being that the Twilight Saga has a pretty young fan base I wasn't sure how they would approach the issue of sex and childbirth. Especially a birth as abnormal as the one Bella had. I thought Bill Condon did a great job. You get romance, love, happiness, illness, horror and death all in under 2 hours.It was kind of sad seeing Bella cleaned, dressed and fixed up just as though she were being laid out for a funeral. But the most amazing part of the whole movie was watching her body regenerate as the venom went through her veins. And when her eyes opened at the end, I knew then that I wouldn't be able to wait a year for the next one! Again, this movie may not be for everyone but most fans will appreciate it.