All things considered, it’s probably unfair of me to pick on the teaser for The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2. What would even be the point? As someone who’s never seen, will likely never see, and has zero interest in the Twilight films to begin with, it’s simply not something for which I am suited.
That, however, doesn’t preclude yours truly from deriving a nice cackle, thanks to the overdramatic tone, groaner dialogue, and oddly cheap production value this series has become (in)famous for. Yeah, I’ll never see the film — but this being the final installment at least gives way for a good YouTube reel when the Blu-ray hits in April of 2013. Now that will be given my full time and attention.
Watch the teaser below:
Directed by Bill Condon, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 will be released on November 16th.
Will you line up for the final installment of the much-debated series, or is this totally bereft of interest for yourself?
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