The X-Men, with the help of new recruits The Beast and Angel, must face their former teammate, Jean Grey. Possessed with the cosmic power of the Dark Phoenix, the resurrected Jean Grey has become a danger to herself, her mutant comrades, and the entire planet.

X-Men: The Last Stand

(2006) OVERVIEW
—1. Overview
—2. Cast and Crew
—3. Photo Pages
—4. Trailers, Clips, DVDs, Books, Soundtrack
—5. Posters
—6. Production Notes (pdf)
—7. Spiritual Connections
—8. Presentation Downloads
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BASIC CREDITS

Release Date: May 26, 2006enlarge
Studio: 20th Century Fox
Director: Brett Ratner
Screenwriter:
Zak Penn, Simon Kinberg
Starring: Hugh Jackman, Halle Berry, Ian McKellen, Famke Janssen, Anna Paquin, Kelsey Grammer, Rebecca Romijn, James Marsden, Shawn Ashmore, Aaron Stanford, Vinnie Jones, Patrick Stewart, Tanya Newbould
Genre: Action, Drama, Fantasy, Sci-Fi
MPAA Rating: Not Available
Official Website: X3movie.com

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SYNOPSIS
The X-Men, mutant heroes sworn to defend a world that hates and fears them, are back! This time, with the help of new recruits The Beast and Angel, they must face evolution itself in the form of their former teammate, Jean Grey. Possessed with the cosmic power of the Dark Phoenix, the resurrected Jean Grey has become a danger to herself, her mutant comrades, and the entire planet. To stave off this imminent threat to humanity, a potential cure is discovered and processed to treat -- and ultimately eliminate -- genetic mutations, once and for all. Now, as the battle lines are drawn, the X-Men, led by Professor Charles Xavier, must contend with both Jean Grey's world-consuming powers, as well as the malevolent Brotherhood, a band of powerful mutants organized under Xavier's former ally, Magneto.
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REVIEWS

Review by
JAMES HARLEMAN

X-MEN 3JAMES HARLEMAN'S BLOGThe Greatest Sacrifice Will Be Made

Most of the characters yearn for peace and community and strive for that goal, but it always seems out of reach. There is a hopelessness that pervades X-Men: The Last Stand and the only thing that brings any peace is a final, desperate act of true love and sacrifice.
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Review by
MAURICE BROADDUS

X-MEN 3Click to go to Maurice's BlogI didn’t exactly go into this movie with high hopes.

The team that brought us the first two entries of the X-Men franchise are bringing us Superman Returns. Now instead of waiting that extra time to let that team deliver the third entry into the franchise, the powers that be decide to rush the vehicle in the hands of director Brett Ratner (Rush Hour, Red Dragon). Ladies and gentlemen, I give you X-Men: The Last Stand..
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Review by
MIKE FURCHES

X-MEN 3Click to go to Mike's BlogThis wonderful cast brings the comic to life and while some who love the comic won’t be as thrilled

Okay, right from the outset for those that wonder, this is not the best of the X-Men series, I still hold that honor out for X-Men II, but, it is still a very good movie, I believe better than the first.
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Review by
MELINDA LEDMAN

X-MEN 3Click to go to BlogMany things about this film impressed me, but I walked away mostly impacted by Jean Grey.

Sitting comfortably in my seat of expectation, I surmised that the primary forces for good and evil would be as clearly defined as previous X-Men films. The “Last Stand” would simply be the final battle of wit and will between Xavier and Magneto. From that comfort zone, the phoenix, Jean Grey (Famke Janssen), arose from the flames of predictability and hung her allegiance in the balances.
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Review by
YO

Over the HedgeClick to go to Yo's BlogWow! It delivers!

If you’ve been disappointed with this years summer “event” movies so far (Poseidon sank, Da Vinci was a snooze, and although M:i:III was solid, it wasn’t quite “big” enough), X-Men: The Last Stand definitely doesn’t disappoint.
Review by YO





CONTINUE:
—1. Overview
—2. Cast and Crew
—3. Photo Pages
—4. Trailers, Clips, DVDs, Books, Soundtrack
—5. Posters
—6. Production Notes (pdf)
—7. Spiritual Connections
—8. Presentation Downloads
Private Spiritual Concerns

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