Review The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 & earn 20 DM Points. Exchange DM points for cashbacks*
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Even though I am not a Twilight fan I ended up watching all the movies in the series. The takeaway for me was the cinematography and the music. But when I saw breaking dawn part 2 amongst a hall filled with I assume hardcore twilight fans laughing at the most unexpected places I figured that the series has become a parody of its own.
Bella (Kristen Stewart) and Edward (Robert Pattinson) are happily married. Bella has become a vampire too and they have a daughter called Renesmee (I am sure fans of the series have already started naming their daughters Renesmee). Jacob (Taylor Jacob) is still hovering around in their lives. And, they still walk around with that constipated look on their faces. Bella gets to have some fun in this part; Jacob bares his upper body once again and has an outrageously funny 'Lamhe' like track for himself. Twilight's unintentional tribute to Yash Chopra's most underrated film.
This film will go down in history as one with the most hilarious climax to a film or series. I have never seen the audience laugh so loud, not even in a comedy film this year. Before the climactic battle that comes in the last 40 minutes of the film you have to live through the laboriously boring screenplay that at a point turns into an x men like film with vampires of special powers coming together.
Even though the series has come to end I have still not figured what about the film makes a person go ga ga over it. Popular culture has always thrown these kinds of surprises at us and it continues to do so. Either you fall in line and connect with it or land up amongst the minority discussing the why's and how's.
Word of mouth - Breaking Dawn 2 belongs to the â€œso bad that it's goodâ€ category for me. I've not had such unintentional fun at the movies recently. Thanks for the entertainment Ambassadors of Constipation. Now you can shit in peace.
Rating - ** (Below Average)
Ticket meter - Worth a theatre visit only if you get a fun audience like I did.