November 15, 2012 | 5:18 pm
Posted by Joan Alperin-Schwartz
The vamps are back and even though Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson aren't together...Bella and Edward are and they have a very magical baby, half human, half vampire, Renesmee ( Mackenzie Foy).
So here's the good news...Bella loves being a vampire...loves the power and the speed, that it brings her. She's never felt so alive. Bella loves her husband and her baby.
In fact, the Cullen crew, including Peter Facinelli, Elizabeth Reaser, Ashley Greene and Kellan Lutz are all living together in the country in what can only be described as...bliss.
Even wolfman Taylor Lautner has come abroard. Seems he's imprinted on the baby and now he has no choice but to protect her with his life... Of course that doesn't last long.
Irina (Maggie Grace) comes for a visit, but before she can even say hi, she spots Renesmee in the woods flying above the trees and thinks she's an IMMORTAL child...a child who gets bit and becomes a vampire. This is a big no-no.
Irina instantly reports this information to the VOLTURI clan and now Bella and the Cullens have to gather allies to face them or be destroyed.
The whole cast, especially Michael Cullen as the head of the Volituri do an excellent job of bringing their super entertaining characters to life. Each one of the vampires have special abilities that make them memoriable.
'Breaking Dawn Part 2' directed by Bill Condon and written by Melissa Rosenberg (based on Stephanie Meyer's bestselling novels) is a fantastic end to the Twilight Saga.
It's exciting, full of surprises, even funny and for me, my favorite of all the films. It's for that reason I gave Breaking Dawn-Part 2, which opens in theatres, November 16th, 2012...4 1/2 bagels out of 5 and miracle of miracle, John didn't hate it.
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