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    Posted November 19, 2012 by
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    The final 'Twilight'

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    Sun Rises on 'Twilight'

     

    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     MelissaF watched the 'The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2' on Friday, November 16 and says she would recommend the movie to others. "They saved the best for last," she says. "I didn't like the awful CGI in it with baby Renesmee, but I loved Bella as a newborn vampire."
    - Anika3, CNN iReport producer

    That's a wrap to the "Twilight" series with "Breaking Dawn Part 2."  Talk about saving the best for last.

     

    Don't tell my sister in law but I had to see the movie on Friday. I saw it for a second time with her on Saturday. Yep, that means I saw this movie twice this weekend. Crazy, right?

     

    To tell you the truth besides some cheesy CGI it was pretty good. Actually I wish Bella Swan became a Cullen sooner. She's a great vampire. I understand the whole romance bit, but Stephanie Myers can write vampires and wolves. I think more people loved those parts more than the whole Bella and Edward love story, especially those like myself who were Team Jacob.

     

    Kristen Stewart makes a better vampire than the whole moody depressed teen in love. She's a natural kick butt vampire.

     

    The CGI used in 'Avatar' is not perfected for humans quite yet. This movie used it for the baby Renesmee and it was obvious and awful but I got pass it.

     

    It was pointed out that the movie did $30 million for its midnight showing, but did it count the 10 pm showings too? 

     

    It's a HIT and the end.

     

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