More pleasant is the wedding, which was my favorite part. If you're a tenderhearted person, be prepared to cry! I ended up crying before Bella even got down the aisle, and that wasn't the only time. "Breaking Dawn" really tugs on your heart throughout the plot. Crying is inevitable as you watch this movie.
There are also some surprise scenes in the movie that were not in the book, which give you a chance to reminisce about the previous movies. I found that interesting because it tied everything together.
Even if you've read the book and know what happens, though, "Breaking Dawn" still keeps you on edge. With a movie like this that has a second part, you don't know where this part is going to end. The suspense was killer.
Unfortunately, when the ending comes, it's kind of disappointing. It wasn't as bad as "New Moon" (which sucked), but it was close. Even in non-"Twilight" movies like "Remember Me," Summit Entertainment has bad endings. I was tempted to write them a letter about this one.
"Remember Me" is another Robert Pattinson movie I've seen, so it's no surprise that I'm a Team Edward girl. As one, I hate to say this, but I actually felt for Jacob in this movie.
He's really torn up trying to protect Bella. He watches her during her mysterious pregnancy. He knows the 'thing' inside of her is killing her, but she can't see it through her motherly love. He's willing to put himself in harm's way to protect her from his pack.
Whether you're Team Edward or Team Jacob, I highly recommend you see this movie if you like "Twilight" at all. Despite its few flaws, this is possibly the best "Twilight Saga" film yet. It will keep you on edge and excited for more!