Flicks For Kids

Quick Picks
Flicks for Kids
All DVDs
Baby
Preschool
Kid
Tween
In Theaters Now
Flicks for Kids Expert
Parents Pick the Movies

From the Expert
Meet the Editor
Ten Favorite Family Films
Five DVDs for Road Trips
Ten DVDs for Babies

Nick DVD Shop
Dora Saves the Crystal Kingdom
Springtime for Max & Ruby
Yo Gabba Gabba! New Friends

Ratings Key
Highly age appropriate
Somewhat age appropriate
Probably not age appropriate

Age by Age Review For: Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn 2 Extended
Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn 2 Extended
videoPlayerContainer_content

On DVD Now
Best For Tweens (10-12)
Rated PG-13
Age-By-Age Guide
Action Adventure | Fantasy/Sci-Fi
As Bella (Kristen Stewart) adjusts to life as a vampire, she and Edward (Robert Pattinson) must protect their newborn daughter, Renesmee, from the Volturi, who believe the baby is an “immortal” and a threat to their existence.

Much to the dismay of the millions of fans who have made the series a phenomenon, this is the final installment of “The Twilight Saga.” Although it remains true to the story, the movie does include a few surprises, which will keep viewers riveted to the screen. The sexual suggestiveness and graphic violence would make any other film inappropriate for younger viewers but because the vast majority of tweens who are interested in seeing it have already devoured the books many times over, it’s probably a moot point as this is the end of the series and “Twilight” will soon fade.
Baby (0-2)
No This movie is intended for older children.
Preschool (3-5)
No This movie is intended for older children.
Kids (6-9)
No This movie is intended for older children.
Tweens (10-12)
Maybe There are some very intense battle scenes in which heads go flying and children are thrown into fires, as well as talk of Bella's seemingly insatiable new sexual appetite--all of which is inappropriate for younger kids. Fans of the books will be prepared for most of this, although it is more disturbing to watch the violence onscreen than to read about it. Older tweens will enjoy the flashbacks to the first three movies and will leave the theater, satisfied, knowing that love is eternal and that Bella and Edward--and Jacob and Renesmee--will live happily ever after.
--Lois Alter Mark, the Flicks for Kids Expert
DVD Features
The Blu-ray comes with Blu-ray, digital and Ultraviolet copies of the movie, as well as a 7-part "making of" documentary that's viewable in both standard and "picture-in-picture" mode.
Points For Parents
Movie Pluses

  • Focuses on love and loyalty
  • Celebrates the parent-child bond
Movie Minuses

  • Graphic violence
  • Suggestiveness