The most exciting thing I have done over this thanksgiving break was seeing my favorite movie – The Twilight Saga.
After I read the books, since the first one – The Twilight in 2008, I’ve been deeply obsessed by this mysterious and romantic story. Then I began to watch the movies. The movies, though, contain less details. But it still couldn’t stop my love towards it.
After 4 years of waiting, I finally had a chance to enjoy the second part of a two-part film forms the fifth and final installment in the series The Twilight Saga, and is the conclusion of the 2011 film The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1.
The actors and actress stayed the same. And the tone of the movie was filled with mystery and beauty as usual.
The movie theater was full of the Twilight fans like me. I sat in the seats silently because I don’t know how to explain or express the feelings when I was about to see the last one, the end.
Bella became a strong and powerful newborn vampire and they almost had a furious fight with the Volturi. Their daughter had an “in-print” with Jacob and finally my favorite Jacob could find his true love.
As for Bella and Edward, they are more likely to be real family. The love between them is another form of a promise that keeps them together whatever they are facing and wherever they go. The love is also power that help them build a safe environment for their daughter.
The film’s endlessly drawn-out ending, with its multiple spoken and written iterations of the book’s last word, “forever,” following veins of Bella’s memory fantasy: from the begging when she was still a shy teenage girl, then she met Edward, then she learned to know him and his kind, and she grew up with courage and braveness, and finally she married to Edward and now she is living with this man as a Vampire.
I found a lovely poem for The Twilight:
“so sleep my bella
dream happy dreams
in the morning you will see me
do not worry i wont leave
you are my everything
for always and eternity”
“I thought we would be safe forever. But forever isn’t as long as I’d hope.” – Bella Swan
Yes. This will last longer than FOREVER.