Bella and Edward have finally cemented their Love for one and other by getting married - in an insanely painful scene to watch I may add. On their honeymoon, the couple are intimate for the first time but the couple apparently didn't use protection because soon after Bella becomes pregnant. This pregnancy unleashes a chain of consequences affecting many of Bella and Edwards' closest friends and family, particularly Jacob, who discovers he is in love with a fetus. Let me just start off by saying that yes, I have seen all of the Twilight films to this point and while the first film provided some rather entertaining moments of the "so bad it's good" variety, the subsequent sequels by and large have been not just bad, but excruciatingly boring. Bill Condon's Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part I is a film in which not much actually happens, outside the blank stares, terrible writing and acting we have come to expect from the franchise. I'm seriously convinced that the film actually puts aside two days just to film the blank stares and terrible reactionary shots. The editing of this film must have been a breeze in that regard - Oh, someone said something! Cut to this blank stare! That's at least how I imagine it went down. Oh, Taylor Lautner, you make a brick wall feel charismatic. I swear this guy is one of the worst actors I have ever seen - He's so bad that I struggle at times to tell whether his character is being sarcastic or sincere though at least he keeps me in suspense right? Probably my favorite attribute about the Twilight films is how glaring it is that the studio doesn't give a fuck about the quality. The CGI in these films are abysmal but why would the studio spend any more than spare change on these effects when they know they will make the same amount of money regardless. One thing I did notice about Breaking Dawn Part I, which I had never noticed, is just how terrible the score of this movie is. It is horrendous, with incredibly odd music choices that don't even fit the scene in the slightest. Honestly I could bitch about the horribleness of these films for hours but I'd rather do something productive, like twiddling my thumbs.
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