This is the last of the Twilight movies (hopefully) and I felt a bittersweet sense of closure when I saw this one. No more of Bella's one constant 'sadu' expression, no more of Edwards reedy thin looks and pink lips, no more of vampires in red lenses theatrically standing around a couch as if on prime time Hindi soap opera.
This last one was slightly better than part 1 where Bella's delivery scene was enough to put anyone off child bearing forever. Being a vampire suits her and we can actually see her smiling for a change.
This last movie centers around Edward and Bella's daughter Renesmee who was born while Bella was still human. So the child is part vampire part human which makes her a potential dangerous threat to vampiredom. The Volturis decide she must be killed. Bella and gang rustle up vampires from around the world to prove that she is harmless. So you have the United Nations Council of Vampires assembling with ones from Ireland and Egypt and the Amazon forest. So then it all spins out and the child is proven harmless based on the fact that another such half child was harmless. (though how that is conclusive proof I don't know)
There is a great fight at the end with heads getting ripped off in abandon. But that's about it. This movie like all the other Twilight movies I have seen, holds more promise than it delivers. A skip unless you are a die hard Twilight fan.view less