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The time has finally come to bid farewell to the “Twilight Saga,” and director Bill Condon has made a faithful adaptation of “Breaking Dawn” that pays tribute to the legacy of Edward and Bella. While anyone with a Twi-hard in their family probably already has their tickets, tweens just getting interested in the books and young teens fixated on all the buzz surrounding stars Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart might be curious about the film franchise for the first time. Like “Breaking Dawn - Part 1,” this installment is what I could consider a hard-pg-13 for the violence and the sexuality. Here are five issues to consider before indulging a kid's request to see “Breaking Dawn – Part 2” (ideally for middle-schoolers & up). 1. Sexy Times: Now that Edward and Bella are married (and no longer dealing with the most sickening pregnancy and delivery ever put on film), and Mrs. Cullen has transformed into a vampire, »

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