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The Twilight Saga signs off with a tentative whimper which turns into a conditional bang, which turns out to be a different, provisional kind of whimper. It is certainly a bravura display of contact lens acting. Red contact lenses. Black contact lenses. Beigey-orange contact lenses. Almost every single cast member does that robotic, gleaming, double-disc stare at the camera, as if afraid that some vampire slayer will somehow top them all and bury everyone face up just level with the tarmac along a stretch of white lines on the M11. To be fair, the story does acknowledge this tic in one scene by having Bella disguise her vampiric nature – with contact lenses. Two sets, ouch.
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2
Production year: 2012
Directors: Bill Condon
Cast: Dakota Fanning, Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner
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The story is now at the stage where Bella, played by Kristen Stewart, is now a proper vampire and a proper mum, and Edward (Robert Pattinson) is a dad. But there's a shock in store. She has been delivered of an uncanny-valley CGI moppet called Renesmee, weirder and scarier-looking than any vampire. This bizarre digital contrivance is so that the infant's features can be seen to morph progressively into those of the actual flesh-and-blood performer, 11-year-old Mackenzie Foy, who will come to play Renesmee as a child.
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There are tensions at first, but basically Bella and the baby settle down pretty well with the extended Cullen clan, and with lupine quasi-uncle-guardian Jacob (Taylor Lautner) who has "imprinted" his soul on the child. Once again, the vampire family do a lot of their signature standing around, as if posing for a Boden catalogue of the Undead. They are still living in that very elegant modernist house but, very bizarrely, when the Cullens fix Edward and Bella up in a place of their own, their architectural taste goes right down the toilet with a horrific little Tudorbethan cottage featuring a closet containing four separate vulgar designer bags for Bella. Inevitably, the existence of little Renesmee causes a flareup with the sinister Volturi vampires led by Aro (Michael Sheen) and the stage is set for a titanic battle.
The Twilight Sage: Breaking Dawn Part 2 Tribal tension ... Michael Sheen plays Aro, leader of the implacable Volturi vampires. Photograph: Andrew Cooper
Despite all those fierce confrontations and tribal divisions, exhaustively rehearsed and mythologised, nobody's really a bad guy and nothing's really at stake. Well, there's a satisfaction in seeing the story finally rounded off here, although there are rumours of more in store and the Twilight myth has in any case already been resolved, in giving birth to the non-abstinence porn of EL James's Fifty Shades of Grey, originally a fan-fiction coupling of Bella and Edward. Breaking Dawn has moments of wit, but did the Twilight saga have to be so bland? Catherine Hardwicke's first film was a brilliant standalone teen romance, but its saga robes came to hang very, very heavily.