Last ‘Twilight’ more than just sparkly vampires

Hannah Breeland, Reporter

The sun has finally set or, in this case, risen on the “Twilight” franchise, bringing an end to sparkly, love-sick vampires and shirtless werewolves.

“Breaking Dawn Part 2” was released on Nov. 16, and I have to say it was the best in the series, although where “Twilight” is concerned, that isn’t saying very much.

It’s the same theme as the last four, where all of the main character’s  lives are in danger, except  this time around they have a kid.

One good thing about this movie is the twist.

I don’t want to give it away, but the plot twist itself has more action then all of the other four movies combined.

Heads will roll or, in this case, be completely ripped off.

So gentlemen, if your significant other wants to see the movie, don’t worry, it’s not as painful as you think.

For all the team Jacob fans out there, fair warning, he doesn’t have many shirtless scenes.

I have to admit that was more than a little disappointing.

For people going with their parents or siblings, don’t worry too much. There’s only one sex scene so it won’t be anywhere near as awkward as the last movie.

One thing that really bothered me was that they could have gone into far more detail on certain aspects of the story.

It’s not so much that they left things out, but rather went over things too quickly.

I feel that an audience that hasn’t read the books won’t completely comprehend what’s going on compared to “Twi-hards.”

Personally, I’ve read all the books but I’ve never been a big fan of the movies.

I have to admit though, the movies kind of redeemed themselves with “Breaking Dawn Part 2.”

They ended it in a way that will have “Twi-hards” in an uproar and all of the non-fans that got dragged to the theater will be relieved they didn’t entirely waste 10 bucks.

Without that plot twist, I was disappointed with the movie, but overall wasn’t bad.