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X-Men: The Last Stand 2006

When a cure is found to treat mutations, lines are drawn amongst the X-Men, led by Professor Charles Xavier, and the Brotherhood, a band of powerful mutants organized under Xavier's former ally, Magneto...

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re-watched this movie today and was not disappointed. Love that i know the person who plays Jean Gray's father in this one and that it is also filmed(parts)in Victoria (Hatley castle) .. beautiful place. Also Cameron Bright from Nanaimo went to school with my daughter. Nice seeing his work as well.
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X3 better live up to it's expectations of it's predecessors as delivered by Brian Singer. Good Luck Brett Ratner.
X3 turned out pretty good despite having certain elements being undercooked.
Perhaps if Bryan Singer hadn't done such a superb job of bringing the X-Men to life on the silver screen in the first two instalments, then X-Men: The Last Stand, would not have been such a let down. After all, it has all the prerequisites for a decent summer super-hero blockbuster (or autumn if you're living Down-Under like myself) - it has explosions, heroes and villains, romance and betrayal, death, destruction and mayhem, and Hugh Jackman as Wolverine.

The pity is... that's all it has. There is no spark, subtlety or vision, characters are given few moments to shine and are too often sidelined for no other reason than it's convenient. Death features heavily in X-Men: The Last Stand, but the key poignant moments are wasted or ignored, and while the scale of events unfolding may be big -- 'It's War!' - they're not particularly compelling or in any sense logical in the way they're executed. Characters deliver their perfunctory exposition as time is spent on little more than moving from one action scene to the next or to the next required 'move plot forward' moment. It's pretty much movie-making by the numbers.

The huge cast make the best of what they have to work with -- Patrick Stewart in particular is in good form and Hugh Jackman does what he can... (bring on Wolverine: The Film -- minus Ratner!)

But don't be totally disheartened by the above, the film does have a few good 'X-Moments' which, for fans of the previous two films and the X-Men comics, make the rest of the film at least worth sitting through. This isn't Catwoman bad

For the rest of the movie-going public, they'll probably find X-Men: The Last Stand an enjoyable way to spend a couple of hours -- but certainly not memorable ones.
I never thought Brett Ratner could pull this off. I was expecting this big budgeted film will be wasted...and it turned out so good. The movie was in fast pace but its definitely a good one. The effects will drive you blows your mind. The action is suberb!!! There are flaws...but like all other xmen films this one is in the league. It is even the best among the three. Great ending for the Trilogy. You cant blame for issues about some characters for they are left open for future possibles for another set of trilogy. I recommend this movie. Great one!!! 9/10...wait.....make that 9.5!!!
Very good movie.
altough this movie has yet to be released i am quite excited and believe that it will earn very well in the box office, and the story is going to be good. the only bad thing is the fact that Michael Bay is invloved. for my reasoning see the island, and transfromers. the movies he has done in the past have been really hyped and everyone went to see them, but realized that they tanked and the movies failed.(transfromers will fail sorry you o-prime fanatics) to bad that and its over i cant believe it.
Amazing film in all aspects! highly recomended!
maybe I am biased since i grew up reading the comic books but I really liked this movie!
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