Starring Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner, Billy Burke, Michael Sheen, Dakota Fanning, Peter Facinelli, Elizabeth Reaser, Kellen Lutz, Ashley Greene, Nikki Reed, Jackson Rathbone, Maggie Grace, Lee Pace, Joe Anderson and Christopher Heyerdahl.
Directed by Bill Condon.
At the very least, this movie is a nice apology for Breaking Dawn Part 1, the low-point in the series. Bella is now a vampire, and so we see her go through the discovery process, learning her abilities, and seeing this world from her new sparkling point of view.
Ah, but the Volteri are still the ruling vamps, and when they get word of Bella's daughter, it ignites a showdown between them and the Cullens.
This movie has several problems, from the CGI baby, to Bella's ability to feed without getting a drop of blood on her, to her Dad not noticing her eyes are yellow now. I could go on. These are problems you can't blame on the book; they could have been caught and cleaned up.
The book has some gifts to the screenwriter, namely an action climax that's actually pretty good.
I've always taken the Twilight movies at the level they are, and so I can enjoy them. Except for Breaking Dawn Part 1. This one may well be the best one in the series, for what that's worth.