The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2 is the 2nd of two movies that make up the end of the Twilight Saga based on the four Twilight series books by Stephenie Meyer. All of the three main actors Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner are back to reprise their roles. The film is directed by Bill Condon, who also directed the Breaking Dawn Part 1.
The film picks up right after the Part-1 with Bella, after giving birth to her daughter, is now a full-grown vampire. She finds herself enjoying this new life and learns the distinction between the lives of vampires and humans from one of the clan members. However, a new crisis emerges as her daughter has been wrongly recognized as an "immortal child", as a result contradictory with the rules and regulations of vampire culture. The Volturi, enforcers of the vampire rules and regulations, plot to kill Bella’s daughter. In order to escape Bella and Edward must team up with other vampires from across the world to confront the Volturi and probably fight if they must, for the right to live.
The direction of the flick is pretty fast paced and is over quickly with considerable time spent with events that steered toward its end. The acting is more of the same and you will either like it or not. The progression towards the end was arranged superbly and was pretty aggressive however there is a twist towards the end that made the whole thing before it irrelevant and it was pleasing to most of the audience.
If you missed Breaking Dawn Part 2 in theaters, now is your chance to see it in the comfort of your living room. The film will be available on home video formats, DVD/ Blu-ray and digital download on March 2013. DVD disc will cost you $ 30.98 while the Blu-ray disc will run at $ 39.99. The DVD and Blu-ray will contain the following extras and bonus features:
Chapter 1: “Rebirth”
Chapter 2: “Renesmee”
Chapter 3: “The Cottage”
Chapter 4: “The Gathering”
Chapter 5: “The Field”
Chapter 6: “The Battle”
Chapter 7: “Forever”
“Two Movies at Once” featurette
“The Forgotten” Green Day music video
“Jump to” features
Audio commentary with director Bill Condon