X-Men: The Last Stand (DVD, 2009, Widescreen; Movie Cash)
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- sithpittNov 20, 2006by
X-Men: The Last Stand
This is by far the best X-Men movie. The action is extremely intense. The special effects are by far the best from the previous movies. Everything from this 3rd movie is by far the best...the new casting, the plot, the fights...they are all superb! The super powers from both sides of the mutants are revealed at their best and specially the ones from The Phoenix (Jean's Dark Side) proving to be the most powerfull of all mutants. Phoenix battles F/X were the best of the best. If they are planning of making a 4th movie it will be very, very hard to defeat this one!!!!
- pman2012Sep 7, 2014by
very good movie
Excellent movie. Added to my DVD collection which totals over 1100. Have watched it numerous times. Currently have all X- Men movies & play on purchasing additional as released. Good story lines with good actors.
- comicbookscircu...Apr 22, 2007by
X-Men's Blue Furry Beast....
X-Men's Blue Furry Beast.... Was Played by Kelsey Grammer in the X-Men 3 Movie....<br><br>..and I enjoyed his portrayal of the Beast in that movie.<br><br>In that third movie of the X-Men Trilogy, Dr Henry 'Hank' McCoy is a former student of Professor Xavier's School who is now the Secretary of Mutant Affairs in the U.S. government.<br><br>This version of the Beast is covered in blue fur and has a genius level I.Q., with heightened strength and agility. However when the Beast first appeared in X-Men #1 way back in 1963 he did not sport the blue furry look. That came into being during the 1970's.<br><br>I grew up with the non-furry look and prefer that look in the comics. However in my opinion the producers of the movie couldn't have done any better than in getting Kelsey Grammer to portray the blue furry Beast in the movie!<br><br>The Beast has also been a member of the Avengers, X-Factor, and the Defenders, all Marvel Comics superhero teams, as well as the Uncanny X-Men through the years.<br><br>The Beast was a Great Addition to this third movie of the trilogy!<br><br>Recommended Viewing!<br><br>MichaelRead full review
- caitofamilyOct 13, 2006by
Wasn't The Best, But Great Movie For X-Men Fans
I am a fan of X-Men, my husband is not. I enjoyed the movie, he didn't. He just didn't "get it".<br><br>In order to completely understand the third movie in the X-Men saga, you really should watch the first two....otherwise, you might be a little lost.<br><br>I found the special effects to be excellent, especially the Jean scene in her childhood home....amazing and intense! The addition of Kelsey Grammar as the buff and intelligent Beast, gives a refreshing spin on the same ole gang. Grammar gives a top notch performance, Jackman is still sexy as ever and Berry is always smoking hot!<br><br>The movie is definitely worth buying and watching again and again. RIP Professor!
- yourbestbet123Oct 10, 2006by
A good, Fun movie.
This sequel was MUCH better than the last.<br><br>The addition of other main characters (i.e. Beast, etc) was a nice tie into the comic book. The original gang (actors) seemed to settle into their roles and didn't tend to OVERACT like in the other two films. The costumes and hairstyles also seemed more "realistic" than in the previous films.<br><br>In addition, this movie had a great storyline. This film really brought things together - good vs. bad, idealism vs. realism. This is by far the best script of the series. This movie plays a lot on the audiences emotions.<br><br>There were a few unexpected events and twists that separates this movie from other "comics to big screen" movies. This movie is definitely worth the time to watch.