The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2

Topics: Twilight, Bella Swan, Jacob Black Pages: 2 (891 words) Published: August 21, 2013
The movie picks up where the previous movie left off, right when Bella Cullen opens her eyes, now blood red as a vampire's. She savors a moment with Edward Cullen and her newly developed beauty. She requests to meet her daughter, Renesmee, but Edward tells her she needs to hunt first. During the hunt, she quickly learns to harness her senses and abilities. When the scent of a human hiker crosses her nose, she immediately attempts to hunt the hiker, until Edward tells her not to. She quickly comes to her senses and feeds off a mountain lion. When they return home, Jacob uses himself as a test subject to see if she is tame enough to meet her daughter. Once she passes the test, she goes on to meet Renesmee, who shows her first memory of Bella as a human. Bella then finds out that Jacob has imprinted on Renesmee and angrily confronts him about it. Her anger escalates when Jacob calls her daughter, Nessie, a nickname derived from the Loch Ness Monster, to the point that she attacks him. Seth attempts to interfere and gets thrown into a tree by Bella herself and she apologize to him after. At nightfall, Alice takes them to the cottage which will be Bella's, Edward's and Renesmee's home. Bella and Edward spend the night at the cottage, and then return the next morning, where they discuss how Bella will fake her own death to keep Charlie from finding out about her new situation for her being a new vampire and Renesmee's existence. Jacob, upset by the separation from Renesmee, runs to Charlie to show him his ability to transform into a wolf, then explains that Bella has changed in order to get better from her illness. Charlie goes to confront Bella, who tells him that she can only give limited information. Then he meets Renesmee, the adopted daughter of Bella and Edward, but he figures out the truth when he sees her hereditary brown eyes. Emmett challenges Bella to an arm wrestling match, which she wins due to her new born superior strength. Months later, Irina...
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