• Jacob Powell

    ★★ Watched by Jacob Powell 26 Feb, 2015

    I think that closing "I love you" was Brett Ratner speaking *tenderly* to the franchise.

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  • Deathlok190

    ★★★½ Watched by Deathlok190 13 Feb, 2015

    A enjoyable action superhero movie, the best of the X-Men movies to date, a good storyline which builds heavily on top of the previous installments, some of the later films have continuity issues because of changes to the crew and such but the original trilogy are perfect as a series movies.

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  • Brian Hann

    ★½ Added by Brian Hann

    Incoherent.

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  • ubaworkman

    ½ Added by ubaworkman

    this SUCKS

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  • BigAL1982

    ★★½ Watched by BigAL1982 13 Feb, 2015

    Not as bad as i remember but thank god for days of futures past lol

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  • Greg Tyrrell

    ★★★½ Added by Greg Tyrrell

    It suffers from the usual problems of an overstuffed plot (though to a lesser extent than X1 and 2) and too many characters with not enough development (though to a greater extent than X1 and 2) that I've come to expect from the X-Men films, and one entire subplot is completely unnecessary. But thanks in large part to the performances from the stellar cast, the stand outs are Hugh Jackman, Ian McKellen, Famke Janssen and Kelsey Grammer, well-executed and directed…

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  • Kyle Krieghbaum

    ★★★ Added by Kyle Krieghbaum

    Like Spider-Man 3, I don't this movie is as bad a some people think. I think it has cool visuals, fun action, a couple awesome new characters, and some fantastic scenes. However, there are a lot of problems the script, like numerous continuity errors and plot holes, and the direction is not great, thanks to Brett Ratner, who is a mediocre director. I still think it's a fun movie.

    Grade: B-

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  • Peter Parker Harsh Jaswal

    Added by Peter Parker Harsh Jaswal

    Huh... What a fall from grace. This movies straight up sucks. Everything that Synger created with the first two were destroyed by Ratner. The script is God awful and laughable. Rogue is sidelined to D-Level character. If only Synger was at the helm. The visuals in the film are obvious and not all to great. A big piece of trash found in the gutter behind a sewage facility.

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  • ChasingTheDawn

    ★★½ Added by ChasingTheDawn

    This one... Got pretty bad.

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  • Jason Darby

    ★★ Added by Jason Darby

    It seems that when, a franchise has two successful films in a row, the third film in that franchise is where the wheels start to fall off. The Terminator, Alien, Rocky, Superman, the 90s Batman franchise. Even films that are planned trilogies like Lord of the Rings, Star Wars and Back to the Future, the third film is invariably the weakest in the trilogy.

    Such is the case with the third X-Men film. Bryan Singer had left to direct the…

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  • Effice

    Added by Effice

    "The Last Stand" does only things it should not - like introduce a few easily forgettable characters for the heck of it and kill and revive without any real emotion (except for Wolverine, traditionally swept away by manpain, which is quite unfortunate for the viewers). Sadly, it doesn't serve well as the ending of an otherwise fine trilogy.

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  • Martin White

    ★★ Added by Martin White

    Letting Brett Ratner anywhere near the X-Men universe should have been made illegal!

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