DVD & Blu-ray review: Twilight: Breaking Dawn, Part 2 (12)
Bill Condon DVD/Blu-ray (111mins)
Friday 08 March 2013
Finally, thankfully, Twilight comes to an end and it appears, given the sloppy acting, to be a relief for everyone.
This time around the Volturi, really naughty vamps (led by Michael Sheen), are coming to seize Bella's child. As always, the dire script is unintentionally funny, scenes trundle along to no purpose and it all feels like a tired soap opera. There is one terrific battle sequence, but it turns out to be completely redundant. Kristen Stewart, you're finally free...
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