Be warned: movie theaters will be packed with mainly teens, all weekend long, because the fifth and final Twilight film has made its debut. "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2" reunites stars Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner.

My daughter and me will be going to see the film today, and I'm pretty excited. I have to admit, I love the 'Twilight' series, mainly because the books were written so well. They were so good, that I read all four in a matter of four weeks. Keep in mind, that each book was over 700 pages. Yes, they are that good. The movies, well that aren't so great,  but I enjoy them anyway. The first movie is the best so far. I'll let you know if that changes after I watch the final episode.

The final film picks up with Bella (Stewart), now a vampire, giving birth to her daughter. Then the trouble begins. The couple's family is in danger from the ancient vampire council, the Volturi, who finds out about their child, which is half-human, half-vampire.

Many believe the film will rake in as much as 150 million by the end of the weekend. It could happen. If you consider the movie represented 92% of all ticket sales on Fandango  this past Thursday.

So far the reviews from the audience are good. Some feel it was the perfect ending, and the some even feel it is the best episode of the series.

Here's what some of the top critics that give their views on Rotten

"It might be the most enjoyable chapter in The Twilight Saga, but that won't be enough to make Breaking Dawn - Part 2 worth watching for film goers who don't already count themselves among the franchise's converts"


Rotten Tomatoes did give 'Twilight' at 53%. No matter -- I'll be there with my big bucket of corn and loving every minute of it.

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2 - Trailer