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  • Actors: Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner, Ashley Greene, Nikki Reed
  • Directors: Bill Condon
  • Writers: Melissa Rosenberg, Stephenie Meyer
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: Unknown
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Classification: 12
  • Studio: Entertainment One
  • DVD Release Date: 11 Mar. 2013
  • Run Time: 111 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,356 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B006JM1VD8
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 5,752 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Product Description

Transformed, Bella (Kristen Stewart) stands alongside Edward (Robert Pattinson) as a vampire. Experiencing phenomenal powers she thrives in her new life… but danger is never far away. Facing the wrath of the Volturi, led by the menacing Aro (Michael Sheen), can Edward, Bella and Jacob (Taylor Lautner) find the strength for one last stand to live the life they dream of?

Over 3 hours of special features included.

Special Features:
  • Forever: The filming of Breaking Dawn - Part 2
  • Two at Once: Filming both movies at the same time
  • Tingles and Chills: Special Vampire Powers
  • Carlisle's Contacts: The New Vampires
  • Judge, Jury and Executioner: Aro and the Volturi
  • Being Charlie Swan
  • Breaking Dawn - Part 2 at Comic Con
  • Stars on the Black Carpet
  • ‘The Forgotten' Green Day music video
  • Director's Commentary with Bill Condon
  • Jump To Edward
  • Jump To Jacob
  • Exclusive UK content:
  • Q&A with Nikki Reed & Kellan Lutz
  • UK Premiere
  • What The Twilight Saga Meant To Me

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Twihards, rejoice! In The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 2, love for Bella and Edward is not only triumphant--it's a love story for the ages. The finale in the wildly successful Twilight teen vampire romance saga will satisfy every passionate fan, and yet is broad enough in its appeal that even those who think they aren't invested in the Bella-Edward story will be drawn in as well. Breaking Dawn, Part 2 is breathtakingly beautiful, with sumptuous cinematography showing off the stark beauty of the Pacific Northwest, especially in the dead of winter. And speaking of stark beauty, Bella (Kristen Stewart) is even more ravishing than ever. She awakens at the beginning of Breaking Dawn, Part 2 as a "newborn" vampire, having been "turned" as she was dying during the birth of her and Edward's (Robert Pattinson) half-vampire daughter. Vampire Bella flies through the forests barefoot in a royal-blue sheath, no hint of post-baby body weighing her or her new superpowers down. Bella and Edward waste no time making good use of the cozy new cottage in the woods and its enticing bedroom. "Why do we need a bedroom?" Bella asks Edward. "We're vampires, we don't sleep." Edward, adoration in his eyes, quickly shows her the answer.

And their daughter? Well, little baby Renesmee starts out as a slightly creepy computer-generated animation creature, but as she grows--very quickly--into girlhood, she's played with winsome solemnity by young Mackenzie Foy. The girl is "imprinted" at birth to werewolf Jacob (hunky Taylor Lautner, often shirtless), who will from then on be bound to the wolf pack in a deep and special way. Yet Breaking Dawn, Part 2 carries true, operatic-style action as well as the love-triangle drama from earlier films. Because of the birth of the child vampire, the powerful Volturi in Rome are alerted, and, led by Aro (played by Michael Sheen, who appears to be having entirely too much fun), come to the Northwest for a shattering showdown over the fate of the Cullens. The confrontation, as directed by the deft Bill Condon, is intense and creatively choreographed (and fairly violent, given the film's PG-13 rating), with dark, wild music accompanying the Volturi's malevolent intentions and our heroes' fierce devotion to one another. The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 2 demonstrates that love and family can surmount nearly every obstacle. And sometimes love can truly be forever. -- A.T. Hurley

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Julie Merrick on 8 Jun. 2013
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Having read the books, I was very interested to see what would be cut from the film as there is no way that everything could be included. Quite a bit of Bella's intial reactions to the transformation were lost and this was a wrench for me. However it was obvious this would have to be sacrificed to the running storyline. It was no surprise to see that most of the interaction with J Jenks was cut. I knew that the anti-climax ending of the book would not translate well in film-makers terms so was expecting something different... I will not spoil things but they did it brilliantly. I know that when I watched this in the cinema, the second time, I was thrilled by the reactions of the audience... the shock elements were so fantastic, characters' fates and the action sequences elicited actual physical reactions from the viewers! And it still does when watching on a smaller screen... although the bigger the better with this part of the film.
My only negative... but to me quite a huge negative... was the music. Although the movie score itself was as high quality as previous films, the choice of accompanying tracks was extremely disappointing and seriously hampered the film's ability to capture every nuance. It was probably a disappointment made worse by the fact that the music choices in the previous films were so brilliant... different flavours but each film retaining a musical sense of self. This one doesn't and it really grates on me every time I watch. If I could turn off those songs, I could enjoy this much more, although the story doesn't disappoint at all.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By The Movie Guy TOP 500 REVIEWER on 18 May 2013
Format: DVD
The ultimate chick flick series has come to an end. The moody Bella, smells good to both vampires and werewolves. She gets to live forever with the man she loves, hunt puma in a slit dress, and have a special child that she only has to raise for seven years. The child is both Edward's and Jacob's (My cat has litters that way.) and maybe the producer's kid too. Bella has her ultimate chick moment when she arm wrestles a guy and wins, then uses her special power and becomes a real head turner.

The highlight for me was when the Cullens sat Kristen Stewart down and gave her acting lessons. Yes I was howling at that point, yelling "facial expressions!" at the screen. What we found out is that Italian vampires are the bad guys. Eastern European vampires still have bad accents and Irish vampires eat British tourist. I didn't recognize Dakota Fanning (Jane) in this until after the credit roll. I need to get out more.

Similar to the Harry Potter series, people who don't read the books sense there are plot points missing or glossed over. I know I did. I had to have my niece once again rescue me with the details. Let me say again, this is a chick flick with a fight scene thrown in at the end for the guys. Not as emotional or "gushy" as first and fourth films. Better than the second film, but then what wasn't.

Parental Guide: No f-bombs or nudity. One vampire sex scene.
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Format: Blu-ray
From a casual fan of the films who hasn't read the influential novels, I can honestly say I got to the end of this film and felt utterly satisfied with the way they'd wrapped up the series.
The film starts as it means to go on - with likeable characters playing on the character traits and rivalries that have fuelled the films so far, and occasional surprises and outbursts of drama. Bella's initial exploration of her new way of life is exciting and fascinating, handled with a good attention to detail and how she feels. But the meat of the story is about how her new family inflicts change on all those around them and eventually how that threatens everyone's way of life.
The dramatic tension is a peak levels, as we meet a host of enjoyable new vampires (although the wolves play very little part in this movie), new skills and flashy abilities are showcased, and battle threatens...
Kristen Stewart takes to her enhanced role like a starving carnivore who's finally been let loose on a steak, suiting it to the ground. Pattinson gets to show a wide variety of layers and clearly enjoys himself, and Lautner gets to play a more gentle/fatherly role than normal and seems to have more fun doing so.
Most of the cast stretch themselves more than before to some degree, with Michael Sheen showing a particular flash of creepy brilliance during the climax.
And that climax? The film puts on a hell of a show, and while I understand it's different from the book, it gives film fans the emotional catharsis they need, while still managing to wrap up the film in a charming and sensitive way. While the director plays with the audience a little, it's a justifiable move and it suits the tone of the films, leaving you with a warm hug of an ending that makes you believe you'll genuinely miss this charming little series. Full marks.
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Format: Blu-ray
As any Twilight fan, I wanted to love Breaking Dawn Part 1. And I'm sorry for loyalist Twilight fans who are sometimes blinded by their passion for the franchise, but it was a pretty horrible movie. I think what happened here was, Condon put all of his Ace's into Part 2, and I'm actually quite pleased. It was a weight of my shoulders to have Part 2 almost erase Part 1.

I'm not going to review the film, people already know the deal.

Difference between the book and the films?

So, for people who have read the book, it's pretty obvious that the fight scene is just an elaboration of Alice's vision that she showed to Aro. Obviously, because the third "book" of Breaking Dawn is back to Bella's POV, we have no way of being able to see what the vision would be like. And I like that fact that this happened in the films. It was nice to see how it would of played out. It was obviously a lie, but It was a fun to watch lie, and I liked it. Even though I knew it was just Alice's vision even before I watched the film, I was deeply saddened by the deaths anyway. Seth dying in the vision has to be one of the saddest moments on Twilight. Not only how he dies, but the fact Seth is probably the "purest soul" in the whole franchise (backed up by Edward).

Conclusion?

Part 2 saved the awfulness that was Part 1.

And for people who claim to be "Twihards" who haven't read the books, you really don't have a grasp on the canon. You NEED to read the books. As a fan, I just hate when people claim to love something but don't wan't to find every possible thing they can about it. The books are so much better than the films. I still think overall that the films did an amazing job, but they don't touch the level on the books.

READ THE BOOKS IF YOU HAVENT
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