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Breaking Dawn Part 2: My Honest Reaction

By Selane
Okay. So. Twilight, Breaking Dawn Part 2. I kind of felt like Breaking Dawn Part 1 was like this: Breaking Dawn Part 2: My Honest ReactionIt could have been better. So when I went to see an advanced showing of Part 2, there were, of course, a bunch of crazy teenage fan girls everywhere, camped out in the cold rain, like little puppies getting called to dinner. 
Breaking Dawn Part 2: My Honest ReactionSheer Mania. 
Kind of.I've read all the Twilight books, obviously, and for some reason the films just don't entertain me as much as the lit. It might be because beyond the love triangle, there is no story. But hey, that's just me. When I was watching the movie and Bella goes all vampire on Edward and tackles a mountain lion, I was hoping for a little more action in the movie, but that doesn't really happen until the end. So....when the saga finally came to a close and everybody was cheering and clapping and getting emotional, I was like: Breaking Dawn Part 2: My Honest Reaction
Totally not really sad. Just relieved. You know why? Because the MORTAL INSTRUMENTS is being made into a movie and it's time for the Shadowhunters to take charge. Not that I'm against Twilight or anything. I'm just saying. 
Bella and Edward are happy. We should be too.And we lived happily ever after.

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