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Watch: Breaking Dawn

Watching a movie is in itself an experience.

My little sister and I watched Breaking Dawn part 2, the last installment  of the Twilight Saga last Saturday.

The cinema was packed with a diverse group of audience ranging from teenage girls to almost grandmoms.
Some boyfriends made the ultimate sacrifice of watching it with their girlfriends while some decided to make it a family movie date.
With us, we just wanted to see an explosion of abs (or a shirtless Jacob) and experience Edwards’s piercing glare. 

The tricky thing with these kind of movie  adaptations is that you know what to expect.  You watch just for the sake of watching, not really expecting to be surprised.
But Breaking Dawn, despite its dragging opening scenes and Bella’s anxiety inducing “acting” is anything BUT predictable.
I guess, it also helped that the crowd was very enthusiastic.  Clapping their hands, screaming, laughing, going crazy and expelling their withheld breath in unison. 
Why?  You just have to see it to experience.
Overall, not a bad ending to a much hyped saga.


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