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X-Men: The Last Stand 2006

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

Starring:
Hugh Jackman, Halle Berry
Runtime:
1 hour, 44 minutes

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Genres Action & Adventure
Director Brett Ratner
Starring Hugh Jackman, Halle Berry
Supporting actors Ian McKellen, Patrick Stewart, Famke Janssen, Anna Paquin, Kelsey Grammer, James Marsden, Rebecca Romijn, Shawn Ashmore, Aaron Stanford, Vinnie Jones, Ellen Page, Daniel Cudmore, Ben Foster, Michael Murphy, Dania Ramirez, Shohreh Aghdashloo, Josef Sommer, Bill Duke
Studio Twentieth Century Fox
BBFC rating Suitable for 12 years and over
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The third part of the X-men trilogy continues the story of the rivalry between Magneto and Charles Xavier as they seek to control the diverse powers of the mutants. The film moves to a visually impressive climax as the two armies battle for supremacy on the Golden Gate Bridge.
Yet this film lacks the strength and integrity of the two previous films. The carefully constructed dialogue and attention to the details of character is replaced by action sequences and CGI-imagery. New characters are introduced but are not explored, serving only to deflect attention from the rivalries and affections of the leads. Crucially, three important characters from the previous films are eliminated well before the climax.
The film does boast some effective scenes, mostly when McKellen is onscreen and once again his scenes with Patrick Stewart generate an energy and tension that other scenes lack. The battle sequences are imaginative and well-constructed and the ending is fine. However, compared to the previous films in the trilogy, this movie does feel somewhat soulless and lacking the same passion for the source material.
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X-Men 2 was everything an X-Men film should be. Bold, exciting, challenging, and occasionally slightly cerebral. Bryan Singer had keyed into the mutant's universe and gave us a movie that fans of the comic books could be proud of. God only knows how good this film could have been if he had remained attached- unfortunately he didn't and we got this unmitigated nonsense.

Foolishly combining elements of the classic Dark Phoenix Saga with elements of Joss Whedon's Gifted storyline from the more recent series- and chucking Magneto back into the mix for good measure- this is a movie pulling in too many directions at once. It is hampered further by the insultingly done elimination of several key characters for much of the movie (the removal of Cyclops, a character with 40+ years of history, in such an offhand manner as we have here is particularly crass) and the introduction of a whole new bunch of X-Men and villains who are given next-to-nothing to do except fight in the climactic scenes. The project went through several writers and directors before being rush produced to a deadline and it shows with a total lack of, well, direction. If an overdone story, faceless characters, and several slaps in the face to fans of the source material were not enough the movie has one other crippling flaw... Halle Berry.

I've never watched Monster's Ball so cannot comment on how much Berry deserves her Oscar. However in any other film I've seen her in she has stank, and the previous X-films only got away with it because her role was limited. However post-Oscar and with an invigorated star status this is "her" movie and her poorly delivered dialogue, missed timing, wooden acting and blank expressions are painful.
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Let's face it, this film, was GOING to get trashed. Whenever a writer leaves, the next installment is irrevocably slated - case in point with Blade Trinity where the director left and the writer was forced to take over all duties. But if you're analysing this film as an X-Men fan as so many reviewers seem to be claiming to be, then I fail to see what people are complaining about. This is THE film that stuck close to the comic book; there being a number of sequences that are quite literally panel-for-frame reproduction of the end of the franchise in comic book format. Sure, there may be a bit of stilted dialogue and hammy acting here and there, but what do you expect from a film where the main characters include a woman who controls the weather, a man with titanium protuding from any selected orifice, and a telekinetic in a wheelchair?

Judge this film if you must, I personally found it to be a valuable contribution to the saga, but don't use your own bias to mope about it being unfaithful to a franchise you claim to love.

Now, we must all wait in turn for the unofficial "X Men 4" aka Wolverine's Origins...
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As a big fan of the first two X-men films, I had very high hopes for the third installment. X2 turned out to be a surprising improvement on the first film, could X3 go one better? Sadly not. To me, X3 represents all that is wrong with Hollywood today. Right from the very start it feels rushed and poorly conceived and constructed. It is a movie clearly made for maximum capital gain off the back of the success of X1 and X2, and with little regard for maintaining the quality of those two films, which warranted a vastly better end to the franchise than this corny mess. There are a few half-decent action scenes, but the plot, about the discovery of a mutant 'cure' is ridiculous, even by superhero movie standards, and the film is way too short to make any real sense at all. As such, I was still waiting for X3 to begin when the end credits started to roll. The final nail in the coffin however, is the appearance of a totally pointless character; the lion from the wizard of Oz dipped in blue Kraft paint. Garbage.
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This is the worst of all Xmen films.

Fox has no respect with the characters that we all love. What they did to Cyclops on this trilogy and in this film is beyond joke.
Basically you have 3x Xmen films that the leader is Woverine and then, not happy with this, Fox decides to release a Wolverine solo film which is just as bad as this one.

Avoid it like a plague!
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