X-Men: The Last Stand


Action / Adventure / Fantasy / Sci-Fi / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 58%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 62%
IMDb Rating 6.7 10 453523


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Hugh Jackman as Logan / Wolverine
Rebecca Romijn as Raven Darkholme / Mystique
Famke Janssen as Jean Grey / Phoenix
Anna Paquin as Marie / Rogue
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651.38 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 44 min
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1.31 GB
23.976 fps
1hr 44 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by colunga13 10 / 10

I hope this is not the end of the x-men

I loved this movie, it had good plot and very nice dialogue. Every one seemed more powerful like Storm, because she didn't really show her strength in the first two X-movies, she seemed more motherly and consoling instead,not like in the comics but in this movie, she finally showed her strength. I also loved Wolverine her, as always, he showed himself more powerful and he was given more action scenes. Although my most favorite part was the final battle, there was so much action and I was pretty surprised that Magneto didn't die after Beast gave him something. The last scene of Wolverine and Jean was sad too. But out of all, very good movie, highly recommend watching it if you haven't seen it yet, you will not regret it. But you really have to pay attention to the movie to understand it.


Reviewed by TownRootGuy 10 / 10

I love this movie! I couldn't wait for the 4th one ...

... which did not come in the form I had expected. I wasn't happy when they abandoned this line but Future Past was an acceptable compromise.

This has an outstanding cast, excellent action, fantastic FX, great eye candy AND the funny is just a beast.

This one gets a little darker than the first two but it's still a lot of fun. It used to be my favorite by far but I've been wavering the last couple viewings. I suspect I'll fall in line soon and have to grudgingly accept this is not as good as its predecessors.

Still, it's a great movie and I can watch it yearly.

Reviewed by Floated2 4 / 10

A step back from its predecessors

X-Men: The Last Stand is the third film of the X-Men series and has been routinely criticized and panned somewhat in comparison to the two previous X-Men films, and deservingly so. Having seen this film only once when it was released and having little memory of what occurred, a more in depth rewatch was in need. The film's tone was noticeable different, being more over the top, silly and more comedic in some one-liner dialogue and overall tone as it feels like it was more watered down for children. This is perhaps more due to a director change with Brett Ratner directing The Last Stand, in comparison to Bryan Singer directing the first two films.

X-Men: The Last Stand doesn't fully live up to the hype for several reasons. The plot is less thickened and more messy and rushed as to where many characters don't feel as fully developed. A few too many subplots are brought in. Also the film went out and killed main characters (Cyclops- very beginning, Charles Xavier- midway, Jean Grey- ending) giving more screen time to some of the lesser uninteresting characters. Halle Berry as Storm feels miscast as her role is larger and the character is more annoying, whinny, grumpy and overall there to lead (which isn't a great thing). Anna Paquin is still there as her role is more reduced than the previous films where Ellen Page comes in and takes up some of her screen time, setting a somewhat love triangle between them and Shawn Ashmore. Mystique is also reduced as she is there briefly and made out to be a human, once injected with the "cure"- which was a waste of her appearance. What worked in X2 isn't here for the Last Stand such as Nightcrawler who was great, where they replaced him with Beast (a large part of the film) and Angel (Ben Foster).

The action is still there but the film isn't as clever and interesting and entertaining. The end finale scene with Magneto and his crew coming together battling the other mutants by the Golden Gate was well done as the action there was fulfilled. There are still some moments of entertainment and the special effects and visuals are very nice (which was one of the main highlights). Though in comparison to X- Men (2000) and X2, The Last Stand as a film is a disappointment and let down, as one can see after watching the film directly after the previous two films,.

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