Breaking Dawn

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I still have a magnet on my refrigerator that my daughter gave me which says, "My husband has my heart, but my neck belongs to Edward." I wouldn't want to become a vampire -- who wants to spend eternity as a menopausal bloodsucker? It's too violent to even consider.
Bella's character is so inherently weak in terms of personal power, that when she finally morphs into a stronger being, the clothes don't fit. Know why? Because it's not on her terms -- it's on Edward's.
The story was originally picked up by a British tabloid, which failed to mention the wedding was just performance art. Adkins
A strong review from such a strong critic is added kudos for "Breaking Dawn," but other reviews were not as praise-filled
Not that anyone should hold a collection for Team "Twilight": As THR notes, "Breaking Dawn Part 2" has already earned $13
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Watch intently as the love triangle between Edward, Bella and Jacob unfolds throughout a slew of amusing comedy sketches, animations, and remixes, including the classic Bad Lip reading, trailer spoofs, emo vampire song, Barking Dawg Paw 2 Petody and, of course, "Jacob, keep your shirt on."
"What I looked for on this, and the reason I did get involved, was that it was a series that was open to drastically different