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THE BARBERSHOP
MOVIE REVIEW
This week's reviewed movie is:
Breaking Dawn Part 1 (Twilight Saga)

GENE

SNICK

 GORDY

Gene the Barber

Snick the Sidekick

Gordie the Barber

BREAKING DAWN PART 1 (TWILIGHT SAGA)

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The downside to being a vampire married to a human reveals they can't safely make their marriage work.

Guilt and sexual tension torment the honeymooners; punishing her when she gets pregnant after a few minutes of passion and a fast growing monster fetus threatens her life.

These Twilight series are not movies; they are cult for young teens who will follow and devour every one.

Well, only one film left and the sun will finally set on the Twilight.

Us non-fans will just howl along with the werewolves. 
I'd like to say how much this film sucks, but I'm afraid it might be misinterppeted as a compliment!

Yes, it's the beginning of the end for Twi-fans, complete with a bad script, wooden acting, terrible pacing, and of course, the worst CGI EVER!

Now, this might actually appeal to diehard fans -- personally, I lost several thousand brain cells during my viewing.

I can't wait for part two. (Maybe I'll find some of them!)  
After three episodes of the Twilight movies, the beginning of the end begins with the 4th and final two installments of the franchise, Breaking Dawn. (part one and two).

Part 1 feels not quite the same.

From the start of the film, it seems more grown up and assured, which is important because the romance/fantasy drama is about to take some strange, weird, and surprising twists; forcing it up into an area far more bizarre than any of the earlier vampire episodes.

I liked the way the filmmakers finally made something happen. 

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