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X-Men: The Last Stand
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Date: 2006-05-24 13:22:20
 
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By: Lisa Cancian

It has always been considered beneficial to be different. Not today.

As the new recruit in the X-Men group, young Warren, who is later played by Ben Foster, starts the motion picture trilogy by trying to cut his mutant qualities right out of his body.

But later in the film, Warren has a chance to escape his uniqueness with more than using a blade; a chance to escape from the characteristics that eventually make him an "Angel".

The film has powerful performances by many remarkable actors, but I am pretty disappointed with the lack of character development.

The comic book superheroes in X-Men: The Last Stand are not only back in action, but like Warren, they finally have the chance to choose between maintaining their powers, or giving them up to be normal humans.

The battle between the mutants and mortals begins when a "cure" threatens to suppress mutation.
As you are hit with flying cars, rising water and combats between fire and ice, it’s pretty hard to make an indentation in your seat, as you continuously squirm to figure out which character will eliminate their extraordinary powers.

Logan played by Hugh Jackman and Storm played by Halle Berry are strong characters who continue to defend a world that doubts them.

The film has powerful performances by many remarkable actors, but I am pretty disappointed with the lack of character development. It’s a poor quality when the audience could predict the actions of most characters.

Nevertheless, the special effects are great and every scene makes the impossible very believable.
Lives come to an end and others resurrect, new powers emerge and others are abolished, but the continuous adventure to do what one believes is the main interest in this film.

Full of action, X3 also has some funny parts, but do not expect it to be full of immense humour or suspense.




It was a well-acted and well-crafted film definitely worthy of your time, but it would be more worthy of your money if you saw the first and second parts.




4 Stars out of 5
All photos provided by Twentieth Century fox








 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
   
 
 
 
 
 
 
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