This weekend is a huge one for film junkies. It’s huge, because the last Twilight Saga film opens in cinemas. So on that note Twilight diehard fans can go treat their eyes to some blood sucking moments for the last time. Today we review the final Twilight Saga film and a film based on sexuality in the Victorian era.
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2
Director: Bill Condon
Cast: Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattison and Taylor Lautner
Bella and Edward have produced a child, Renesmee, whose causing some trouble for the Cullen family. In this last Twilight Saga film Bella has transformed from being human to a Vampire and she enjoys having the power. The Volturi is not pleased with how Bella became a vampire and with the addition to the Cullen’s family tree. Vampire Irina is tasked with the responsibility to get rid of Bella and Edward’s child, by the Volturi who feel threatened by the child. Now the Cullen’s have to recruit Allies to assist with the protecting of the family.
Director: Tanya Wexler
Cast: Hugh Dancy, Jonathan Pryce and Maggie Gyllenhaal
The film is set in Victorian era and the director has focused attention to sexual disorders in women of that era. Dr Joseph Mortimer Granville (Hugh Dancy) finds it extremely hard to land employment in an era where jobs were not hard to come by. Granville is then offered a job by Dr Robert Dalrymple as a gynaecology. The women preferred to be examined by the young Dr Granville as he had the ability to gift patients an orgasm. Granville’s friend, Lord Edmund St John-Smythe (Rupert Everett) plans to create a device which women can use to give sexual pleasure... the movie is witty and elegance, one should expect some sensational scene and intelligent dialogue.