The great hope for "Breaking Dawn" to be the first "Twilight" movie that - while not concievably GOOD on any level - is at least entertaining goes something like this: It's the part of the series that most of the fanbase seems to like the LEAST for the very reasons I liked it BEST... namely, that the various characters stop staring longingly into eachother's eyes and get down to the business of making baby daywalkers, having monster-battles and assembling big international vampire armies. It doesn't LAST, of course, thanks to an ending that screws up the landing so massively even Stephen King must've been impressed.
Which is why I like that Bill Condon is taking a (well-deserved) paycheck-job to finish up the series; as Condon very definitely gets "camp;" and "camp" - or, at least, a willingness to embrace the fact that the material really, really sucks and having fun with it - is what "Twilight" has always DESPERATELY needed:
It's certainly "broad" enough, and the sound-alike of "Journey to the Line" (or is that ACTUALLY "Journey to the Line!?") underscoring the wedding/honeymoon buildup bullshit is probably an accurate representation of how "Twilight's" audience FEELS (as opposed to 'reads') it.