Movie Review: Breaking Dawn – Part 1

The Saga Continues

Hello! This is Kim the FanGirl reporting live from my local movie theatre. I’m just moments away from stepping into the darkened cinema for my first viewing of Breaking Dawn – the fourth movie production of Stephenie Meyer’s beloved series. Fans are shaking with anticipation and excitement. They’re gripping their armrests, waiting for the opening credits to arrive. They’re clutching their Edward collectors cups and muttering something about feathers. They’re starting the film! Squee! Sorry. Here we go. We first see . . .

We interrupt this broadcast with breaking news. We’ve just been told that Team Edward and Team Jacob have actually put aside their differences; and both have agreed to represent Team Renesmee for the film. Sources can neither confirm nor deny these rumors, but fans are demanding to know the truth.

For more on this story, we take you to our special correspondent, Set In Motion. As a fellow TwiHard, FanGirl, and blogger, she was first on the scene to witness the epic romance intensify between Edward Cullen and Bella Swan. Today, she was kind enough to share her review of the film with all of you. Warning! Possible spoilers ahead. Here, take a look at The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn. Now back to you, Kim!

Um . . . I think I’m going to need a moment here. I can’t even . . . Wow. Okay. Edward. Wow. You know what? I want to hear what you thought of Breaking Dawn. Gather all your thoughts and tell me what you thought of the movie.

What did you think of Breaking Dawn: Part 1? Love it? Hate it? What was your favorite scene? Favorite character? Favorite line? Can’t wait for Part 2? How did it compare to the book? Tell me in the comments!

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10 Comments Add yours

  1. setinmotion says:

    Ooh wow I feel so famous by association! This was really cool and a good idea. Do again sometime? BTW, what did you think of the film?!!?

    1. Haha! Sure. We can discuss ideas and whatnot.

      Oh. Um. Yeah. The thing is . . . I kinda, maybe, sorta haven’t seen it yet. I know!! Get out your throwing chair. I’m such a horrible TwiHard and FanGirl. Maybe you can send Rob to help me learn my lesson. Just sayin.’ Lol. I WILL see it soon. I promise.

      1. setinmotion says:

        Um…you’re in Chicago aren’t you? Because me and my throwing chair are about to board a plane.

        Just know that there are topless Rob scenes in this film. AND they don’t fuck up his hair the entire movie either. Reason enough right there.

        1. Uh oh. *Runs to theatre* Hahaha!

          Ah, Shirtless Rob. Yes, that’s reason enough for me. Love him. Are you sure about the sex hair, though? I saw a couple of scenes from the TV spots where The Pretty didn’t look too good. Hmm…guess I’m going to have to see for myself. Lol. Tell me, did they include the scene? You know, THAT sexy RPattz back scene? The one we drooled over a while back? Or was that cut, because of the oh-so forbidden thrusting? I need to know. *Giggles* πŸ™‚

  2. setinmotion says:

    Well, as a warning there are definitely a couple of bad scenes with Edward’s hair, but during the wedding (after the ceremony), just, perfect! Happy days πŸ™‚

    Yes. Yes it is included my friend πŸ™‚ There isn’t nearly enough of it, but there contains wonderful moving images of sexy Rob’s back. AND you can hardly see K-Stew in it. Perfection.

    1. That’s all I needed to know . . . πŸ™‚

  3. borntobeafan says:

    If you have not yet seen the movie, WELL GO NOW! πŸ™‚ Breaking Dawn is my fave so far in terms of the emotional side of the characters, and admittedly because of Bella and Edward’s sizzling chemistry! πŸ™‚

    1. Haha! Oh, I’m definitely going to see it soon. It’s only a matter of time. I can only stay away from Robward for so long. πŸ™‚

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