Sex: While the first three movies in the supernatural romance saga depict adolescent lust -- and restraint -- in Bella and Edward's steamy-but-sexless relationship, 'Breaking Dawn' opens with the couple's wedding, which of course leads to the much-anticipated wedding night. On the plus side, the love scenes are tastefully shot, but the honeymoon sequence is extensive, and like all honeymoons, sex (of the bed-breaking variety) is constantly on the characters' minds. Bella is visibly bruised the morning after their first time, and later she all but begs Edward to have sex again.