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J. D. Pardo and Marisa Quintanilla, as Nahuel and Hulien of the Mapuche Coven, in The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2!

“ ….a small olive-toned female vampire with a long braid of black hair bobbing against her back. 

His skin was an impossible rich, dark brown. His wary eyes flashed across the gathering, and they were the color of warm teak. His hair was black and braided, too, like the woman’s, though not as long. He was beautiful.“

I saw Breaking Dawn Part 2 yesterday night and here are some of the thoughts that went through my head during the film:
  • Edward is so sexy oh my god
  • Kristen Stewart should’ve gotten a hair cut before filming
  • Shit, that baby is scary
  • Jacob imprinted on their child… what the fuck
  • I would totally fuck Edward
  • OH MY GOD THE ICE TRUCK KILLER! (From Dexter)
  • BUT MY BABY CHRISTIAN CAMARGO <3
  • But really, why is this baby so scary?
  • shit that kid got old FAST.
  • Is that Joe Anderson from Across the Universe?
  • All the vamps with the long hair are SEXY.
  • BUT IS THAT JOE ANDERSON FROM ACROSS THE UNIVERSE
  • I want Edward and Bella to fuck again. 
  • I’m so dirty omg 
Now onto the Fight scene:
  • I swear if Jasper dies I’ll shit a brick.
  • OH MY GOD WHY WOULD THEY KILL CARLISLE
  • IM DYING OH MY GOD. 
  • SOMEONE KILL DAKOTA FANNING !
  • WHY DOES THAT DUDE HAVE BLACK SHIT COMING FROM HIS HANDS
  • OH MY GOD JASPERRRRRRRRRRRRRRR *psycho crying*
  • I SWEAR THIS IS SO STUPID WORST MOVIE EVER. HOW COULD THEY KILL JASPER OMGOMGOMGOMGOMGOMGOMGMGGGMMGMGOGOMGGGGG
  • I’m so done..
  • IT WAS ALL FAKE WHAT THE FUCK
Now for the ending:
  • Jacob and Reneseme, that shit’s fucking weird
  • EDWARD AND BELLA FOREVS BITCHESSSSSS <33333 
  • They’re so in love, I need to find me a sexy vampire. 

marcelyn167  asked:

I agree with you: BD Part 2 portrayed the Volturi very bad."If the fight had happened, it would have ended with 90% of the combatants, Cullen and Volturi alike, destroyed. There was simply no other outcome once the fight got started, given the abilities and numbers of the opposing sides.[...] It was a game of maneuvering, with the champion winning not by destroying the other side but by being able to walk away"said SM in her site. If the Volturi are so dangerous, why portray them so incompetent?

In regards to the 90 percent death of the combatants, I really think whichever side would have won wouldn’t have lost any numbers because they would have put together their fallen comrades post-battle. Unless someone took the time to rig up a campfire, they wouldn’t have been able to burn the vampires they dismembered during the battle. Even more so, it wastes valuable time to burn someone that was just dismembered, which could lead to someone taking advantage of their distraction. So, I think it would have to be either all the Cullens + witnesses (minus Irina) or the Volturi living (and I’ve already made it abundantly clear as to which side I think would have won in this post).

But, it mainly comes down to two points: SM has a very Bella-centric POV and the fact that Breaking Dawn was a rehashed version of Forever Dawn. 

Honestly, I think SM is too consumed in her Bella-centric POV. She sees the Volturi as completely incompetent and corrupt (and I mean I’m not denying that they are corrupt to some extent) because she views everything through Bella’s eyes. And to be perfectly honest, Bella has a very limited POV in terms of some of the minor characters, which affects how some of the minor characters are portrayed (e.g.: Emmett never once defends Rosalie, not even when Jacob throws a bowl at her). In addition, SM needs to write a story that will lead to her happy ending- meaning Bella + Edward + Renesmee + none of her favorite characters have an unhappy ending, even if it means throwing other characters (like poor Irina) under the bus. 

An example of this is how she thinks that if Bella’s shield works, the Volturi are completely out of the game. Everyone under Bella’s shield is able to use their special abilities. Therefore, the Volturi literally just have to get Jane, Alec, and Chelsea under Bella’s shield via Renata to totally decimate the rebellion. No one can touch Renata, and the Cullens + witnesses possess no long-distant offensive abilities. I suppose you could argue that Zafrina could blind them, but vampires are much more ruled by their sense of smell than sight. So, I imagine that they could sniff out Bella. Plus, I tend to think the Volturi Guards are prepared for this sort of non-linear situations (discussed here with wonderful additions from @jessicanjpa and @kyilliki). Now, I’m not saying it would be that simple, but it’s just silly that Aro would feel that threatened by Bella’s shield. Like, yes. It really sucks, but it isn’t end game. 

When SM originally wrote Twilight, Forever Dawn was suppose to be the only sequel. Then, I guess her editor convinced her to make it into a trilogy because those sold better (which then evolved into the Saga). Breaking Dawn was pretty much an edited version of Forever Dawn, which is why the Volturi and other characters are portrayed in a drastically different manner. Take Irina for example- why didn’t she go and talk to Carlisle or her family about what she saw before running to the Volturi? Did she not hear the “strange heart beat” from the child? The answer to all of these questions is probably just that SM needed those events to occur in order for the story to progress in the way she desired. Aro might have noticed the strange heart beat from Renesmee, but Irina did not because she needed to bring news to the Volturi. Another example is how Aro went from an ambiguous evil in New Moon to a chaotic evil in Breaking Dawn. SM needed Bella to leave Volterra human, but also needed the conflict to occur in Breaking Dawn. Why didn’t Aro call his dear friend Carlisle first to hear his side of the story? I suspect it is the same reasoning. 

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Vampires of Color in The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2:

Henri is a vampire who appears in Breaking Dawn - Part 2. He is the leader of the French coven, with only Yvette being his coven mate. He is an exclusive character in the movie, and does not exist in the novels.

He is portrayed by Amadou Ly in the movie.