November 19th, 2012
03:45 PM ET
After we asked Twi-hards and Twi-haters to weigh in on the end of "Twilight," (using the hashtag "#whentwilightends") they also came back on iReport to tell us just what they thought about this weekend's $141.3 million grand finale, "Breaking Dawn - Part 2."
As he has done a few times before, iReport film critic Rajiim Gross went into the heart of "Twilight" mania at his local Newport, Kentucky theater to take in the movie himself and interview fans - quite a few of whom spent all of Thursday watching a marathon of "Twilight" movies.
Many of the fans agreed that the final "Twilight" was the best "Twilight," but Gross himself was a little less impressed. Click the video below to see his full length review.
Elizabeth Lauten from Alexandria, Virginia was even more down on the new movie, saying that she only felt that 25 minutes of it was worthwhile.
Byron Thomas called "Breaking Dawn - Part 2" the first and only "Twilight" movie he would ever see, but he did get a shot of these three fans in Bluffton, South Carolina dressed (more literally than one might expect) in vampire and werewolf attire:
Melissa Fazli, on the other hand, has seen them all. The Yorba Linda, California resident was a bit put off by what she called bad CGI work, but she quite enjoyed the movie at the end of the day.
Another positive review came from critic Brett Martin of Atlanta. Despite feeling that the "Twilight" saga "overstayed its welcome," and that the final book should not have been split into two movies, he ended up granting it a four rating (out of five). Check out the full review below on video.
What did you think of "Breaking Dawn - Part 2?" Post your own iReport or comment below. And let us know what you will do now that it's all over on Twitter using #whentwilightends.
In the meantime, check out this interview with three vampires from the movie, Maggie Grace, Mia Maestro and Marisa Quinn.
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