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Continuing the story from part one when Bella becomes a vampire. Owning the power, speed and control capacities rare, Bella becomes the most powerful of the Cullen family. Meanwhile, the fate of Jacob Wolf Man - who fool Bella - now is loves and protects Renesmee, Bella and Edward's daughter. The birth of her half-human, half-vampire to bring happiness to this love story has gone through many storms, but it also provokes a real war in the world of vampires.
CRITICS OF "The Twilight Saga Breaking Dawn Part 2"
The Patriot Ledger
Director Bill Condon ("Gods and Monsters," "Dreamgirls") and screenwriter Melissa Rosenberg (she wrote the last one, too) finally get the joke and have crafted a movie that possesses an iota of entertainment value.
The 'Twilight Saga' has no upmarket aspirations. Seeking neither critical applause or peer-review awards, these movies, like those of Tyler Perry, seek only to provide unabashed satisfaction to those who believe in their characters.