The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part Two (Anamorphic Widescreen)

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part Two (Anamorphic Widescreen)
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The astonishing conclusion to the series, "Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part Two", illuminates the secrets and mysteries of this spellbinding romantic epic that has entranced millions. After the birth of Renesmee, the Cullens gather other vampire clans in order to protect the child from a false allegation that puts the family in front of the Volturi.

"Forever: Filming Breaking Dawn Part 2" - Seven-part "making of" documentary, Chapter 1: "Rebirth", Chapter 2: "Renesmee", Chapter 3: "The Cottage", Chapter 4: "The Gathering", Chapter 5: "The Field", Chapter 6: "The Battle", Chapter 7: "Forever", "Two Movies at Once" Featurette, "The Forgotten" Green Day Music Video, "Jump to" Features, Audio Commentary with Director Bill Condon.

Languages: English and Spanish, Subtitles: English SDH (Subtitles for Deaf and Hearing Impaired) and Spanish.

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Starring: Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner, Ashley Greene, Peter Facinelli, Elizabeth Reaser, Kellan Lutz, Nikki Reed
Studio Name: Lionsgate
DVD Release Date: 09/09/2014
Rating: PG-13
Format: DVD
Screen Format: Anamorphic Widescreen
Run Time (in minutes): 115 minutes
Language: English
Audio Tracks: Dolby Digital 5.1
Shipping Weight (in pounds): 0.25
Product in Inches (L x W x H): 5.5 x 0.5 x 7.44
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Customer review by butterflyldy

5.0 stars by butterflyldy

Although I'm very sad to see the Twilight Saga movies come to an end, I must say it certainly went out with a bang. I enjoyed seeing this movie at the theaters! For those who did read book, there's still a great twist in this movie. And for those that didn't read the book then I say it's even more exciting for any of you. I won't say much so as not to spoil the movie, but I feel it's a great movie and a must have to complete your Twilight Saga collection. ;)

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Customer review by twilitwin

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Never has an ending to a saga been such a thrill. It wasn't like the book in every way, but it took the best of the book and gave it great Hollywood movie status!

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My daughter and I have seen all of the Twilight movies and we are hoping that they continue even though they say that they are done, But this one is by far the best, the action the suspense the whole movie was absolutley the best movie of them all. I would give it 10 stars if they would let me.

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I usually get the DVD with 2 discs. One is the movie, and one is all of the extra footage and deleted scenes, and stuff like that. Does anyone know which of the 4 different boxes sold above, has the 2nd disc?? Thanks.
by Pam 1/27/2013
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  • A. All the boxes have at least one disc, some boxes have two disc, there's even a few boxes with three disc, a few more with four disc, several with five disc, a couple with six disc, one with seven disc, a couple with eight disc, the other one has nine disc, Blu-ray has 10 disc, there is no eleven disc, dvd has twelve disc. Basically, all the boxes have disc. Some boxes have more disc than others!
    by Disney3D11/20/2014
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  • A. I bought the digital copy + ultraviolet and it had the two discs. The one disc has the movie and commentary, disc two has special features.
    by ruthannaconda3/14/2013
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  • A. Yes theres 2 disc in the case
    by Tijunna3/9/2013
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  • A. Yes, there are two DVD's in the box. One is the Special Features Disc. I haven't watched it yet but am already wearing out the DVD of the movie itself. A MUST HAVE for a Twihard.
    by dundette3/8/2013
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  • A. yes
    by 01ammocas3/8/2013
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  • A. The anamorphic dvd is a 2-disc set...all of the making of/behind the scenes, etc are on disc 2. plus you get the digital and ultraviolet hoook-up.
    by Buggett3/15/2013
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  • A. Yes, there is a second disc. It has all the things you have gotten with previous movies...special features, etc. I'm pretty sure the only movie in the series that didn't have a special features disc was the first one.
    by Lioness574U3/15/2013
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  • A. Anamorphic should eliminate the black lines above and below the picture. It wasn't like that on the movie I got.
    by rappin013/17/2013
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  • A. 2 me it looks just like the full screen
    by Tijunna3/9/2013
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  • A. Here's a simple answer... TV shows are usually filmed "square" to fit a Square TV (4:3 or 4 inches by 3 inches scaled to the size of your TV). Movies at the theater are filmed differently, usually wider than TV (1.85:1), The term Letter box means a movies "wideness" is preserved by placing black bars at the top and bottom where the fit the longer image on the square TV. If they do not "Letter box" the film, on the TV they cut off the sides to fit the tv so if a person is on the far left or right of a movie screen they will not be visible on a tv. Todays "wide screen tv's are better but still do not match a move.. Blue-Ray tries to make use of that. Anamorphic is a magic trick that fits a wide image on a smaller screen and makes it look normal, you see it just like at the theater, however, you may notice the can of Pepsi is a little taller than normal... For a really good explanation see the WikiPedia article for "Aspect ratio (image)" it has sever photographs show how all of this works. Does that help? Before the techno geeks blast me.. keep in mind I am trying to help the less Normal folks understand it for their needs...
    by jgbushey11/23/2014
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  • A. Anamorphic widescreen, when applied to DVD manufacture, is a video process that horizontally squeezes a widescreen image so that it can be stored in a standard 4:3 aspect ratio DVD image frame. Compatible playback equipment can then re-expand the horizontal dimension to show the original widescreen image. Anamorphic widescreen is also a term to describe widescreen films projected using an anamorphic lens on the projector. The film is printed in 1.37:1 format, but the picture is "squashed together", with everything on it looking elongated vertically, as in a fun house mirror. The anamorphic lens on the projector corrects the picture so that the images on the screen look normal.
    by wingerthis3/3/2013
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  • A. Anamorphic widescreen, when applied to DVD manufacture, is a video process that horizontally squeezes a widescreen image so that it can be stored in a standard 4:3 aspect ratio DVD image frame. Compatible playback equipment can then re-expand the horizontal dimension to show the original widescreen image. Anamorphic widescreen is also a term to describe widescreen films projected using an anamorphic lens on the projector. The film is printed in 1.37:1 format, but the picture is "squashed together", with everything on it looking elongated vertically, as in a fun house mirror. The anamorphic lens on the projector corrects the picture so that the images on the screen look normal. Ref: Wikipedia
    by Nariam3/3/2013
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