I was so totally impressed with the acting skills of Kristin and Robert. They were so believeable as husband and wife and so very endearing. At the wedding when they were kissing the first time and the screen panned to empty benches, if any of you remember kissing your love that you do feel absolutely alone. I thought this was a real touch for a first married kiss, it was only the two of them. The dream Bella had before the wedding was in the book but there was a baby I think sitting on top of all the bodies. The pain in Bella's face when Edward called the baby a "thing" was so real that I wanted to cry out. In the book, describing Bella's deterioration with the baby getting stronger than she was came across the screen perfectly. I am a movie goer and I enjoy watching movies on the big screen. I will not criticize every little detail because as a whole this movie was the best ever. I felt Edward's anguish, Jacob's pain, and Bella's strength. This movie left me for wanting more and it is only a shame we have to wait so long for part 2. I did not feel cheated with the honeymoon. I loved when Bella walked out trying to seduce Edward and the way Edward had to cover up her volumptious behind to keep him from ravishing her. Knowing the story, it was so intense watching Bella slowly starve. The blood drinking didnt bother me and felt Bella was so brave to do anything to save her baby. I gasped when the baby finally broke Bella's back and you could hear the gasps throughout the theatre. I felf Edwards anguish when he was trying to keep Bella alive. This scene moved me to tears. The trasformation for Bella was portrayed so amazingly that it was intense watching the venom surge through her veins and repairing her broken back. How her hair changed color and the bites were being repaired and her opening her blood red eyes.
I have always been Team Edward but I have to mention I loved the wolves in this movie. The expression of their faces and especially when Jacob takes back his heritage as being alpha. I didnt get all the talking between them because it was hard to understand at times but if you knew the story you certainly could understand their meaning. The way Renesmee looked at Jacob and then he saw her as a grown up conveyed the imprinting understandably. I just want to thank Bill Condon, Robert Pattinson, Tayler Lautner, and Kristine Steward for making this the best movie ever.
If I had to use a few words to describe Breaking Dawn Part 1, it would be funny and intense.