Known to many as the referred to as Breaking Dawn: Part 1,Bella and Edward had begun another life. In any case, joy doesn't last so more and there is a loathsome occasion: Renesmee Carlie Cullen infant - the little girl whose blood is blended with vampires and human - was conceived.
Critics Of "The Twilight Saga Breaking Dawn - Part 1"
New York Magazine/Vulture
November 20, 2011
The last twenty minutes of Breaking Dawn are so harrowing that it's possible to forget that most of the acting is soap-operatic (the guy who plays Carlisle is aging to look like Liberace) and the dialogue from hunger.
You can argue about the feminist implications of the movie all day long (call me, I'd love to!), but at least in terms of horror, it seems that Condon and company are finally ready to freak out the tweens, and that makes me happy.
Melodrama reigns in this supernatural soap opera, even though author Stephanie Meyer's tale takes a decided turn toward the weird and violent.
Film Geek Central
November 15, 2012
These movies have become one big joke, with hokey acting, slapdash visuals and Kindergarten dialogue. It felt like such a parody that it might as well have been directed by those jerks who made DISASTER MOVIE and EPIC MOVIE.