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It's over....it's finally over. Breaking Dawn Part 2 is the fifth Twilight movie and the continuation to Breaking Dawn Part 1. It's about Edward and Bella having their kid who's name somethig like Reneshama or something weird like that and she's at threat of being killed by the Volturi. Now the pathetic excuses for vampires have to team up with the pathetic excuses for werewolves and fight them off, a plot point we already saw in Eclipse. The first indicator that this movie wouldn't be good was the CGI baby. Yep, Edward and Bella apparently gave birth to a baby with a fake-looking CGI face. Eventually, the baby turns 7 and then we get introduced to the creepy stuff: Jacob being a complete pedophile. At the end of Breaking Dawn Part 1, we saw Jacob start to fall in love with the baby, but in this it's a new story. He stares at her like he wants to just french her and he even nicknames her "Nessie." Of course, all the teenage girls in the theater thought it was the cutest thing ever, but I found that to be something even Pedo bear wouldn't do. The thing that makes this movie bad is that it's the same stuff that made the other four Twilight movies so bad: Terrible acting, poorly-written dialogue, a boring ass romance and characters I didn't even care for. There are scenes in the movie where there's a room full of people and there are characters in the background who don't do or say anything. They're just their for the sake of standing there and acting important even though they don't add shit to the film. I also have to mention the villain in the movie. I forgot his name, but he's the leader of the Volturi and I could not take him seriously as a villain. For one thing when he first sees the Cullen's daughter, he lets out this really girly squeal that adds to the pedophile aspects of the movie. There's also the fact that he dresses like the nutcracker. I really don't have anything to add to him. As a matter of fact, the only thing I liked about the movie was the battle scene near the end. It was actually pretty enjoyable to watch, even if the special effects weren't very good. That brings up the question of what the film producer of Twilight is spending money on. The movies have made plenty of money at the box office and the budget for this film was about $75 million, so why can't they afford decent special effect? I'm not even gonna ponder it too much, this is Twilight we're talking about, it's done a lot of stupid shit as far as cinema goes. Breakig Dawn Part 2 will be loved by most of the teenage girls worldwide, but everyone else will probably hate it. I didn't like it, but it's not exactly terrible, it's just not a good movie. But guess what? Twilight is finally over.