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X-Men : The Last Stand [Blu-ray]

Halle Berry , Bill Duke , Brett Ratner , Matthew Vaughn    PG-13 (Parental Guidance Suggested)   Blu-ray
3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
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Special Features

Disc 1: Theatrical Feature Blu-ray

Audio Commentary by Director Brett Ratner and Screenwriters Simon Kinberg & Zak Penn
• Audio Commentary by Producers Avi Arad, Lauren Shuler Donner and Ralph Winter
• Deleted Scenes

Disc 2:

**Brett Ratner’s Production Diary
**X-Men: Evolution of a Trilogy Documentary
**X3: The Excitement Continues Featurette
**X-Men Up Close Stills and Video Gallery
**Anatomy of a Scene Featurette
**Generation X: Comic Book History Documentary
**High-Def Vignettes and Blogs
**Previz Animatics
**Behind-the-Scenes Still Galleries
**Theatrical Trailers in High Def

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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
- Spoilers Ahead -

I recently purchased X-Men 3:TLS and opened it eagerly. It starts out well, providing some background to key X-Men like Jean Grey and Warren Worthington III (aka Angel), and an old alliance with Magneto. However, as the action built-up, so did my disappointment. The farther the movie progressed, the farther the movie strayed from the franchise.

My most major disappointments include killing off major titular characters. You just don't do that to a comic book franchise because majority of the movie's audience will be comic readers who have their own personal favorites. There are repercussions on killing personal heroes especially that for which the movie is named! The X-Men is not a tragedy. It is a celebration of being different. My personal favorite is the Phoenix, but although I know that such a character can never ever be given extended existence, one like Charles Xavier should be timeless. Another is Scott Summers. You do not kill off Cyclops after killing Jean Grey (in the previous film). It's simply not right. I could think of a million other ways the film could run parallel to the comic book lines, on how Scott could have dealt with grief and actually move on.

On the issues of the Phoenix, I can probably write a book. Jean Grey's resurrection at Alkali Lake, is acceptable. What follows in the immediate scenes with Cyclops are not. Although the the movie's depiction of the Phoenix as a particularly insidious succubus is not distasteful, Ratner fails at capturing the essence of one of the world's most popular X-Men characters. The Phoenix is an entity and not a subconscious. Even the effects are bland. The Phoenix is called that because of the stylized fiery bird that engulfs Jean Grey when she is in that persona.
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This review refers especially to the 'Stan Lee Collector's Edition' DVD version of 'X-Men 3: The Last Stand'.

I bought this version because it seems that all Widescreen DVD edition of 'X-Men 3: The Last Stand' over here have only the 13 deleted scenes / alternate endings rather than the 24 which some (- very rare (??) -) DVD editions have been known to have.
(Why have only 13 bonuses when you can get 24 bonuses, right?)

I thought the Collector's Edition would be the fancy version.

But NO!!!!!

It is actually the same Widescreen version, with the same crappy, inferior selection of bonuses, only packaged with a never-before-released comic book (by Stan Lee, which is a nice addition, but I guess I don't appreciate it as much as other fans might).
Same case, same disc, same factory-produced imprint on the disc inside. No different disc look whatsoever!

And, of course, the old Widescreen DVD plus the comic book are packaged together into a rather-nice-looking plastic exterior cover (with top and bottom openings). Which is what you are seeing in the main pic here.

So don't expect major differences, like between 'X-Men' and 'X-Men 1.5'!
And certainly don't expect the 24 deleted scenes if the Widescreen release from the same zone has 13 deleted scenes. They're the same discs, so they'll have the same bonuses.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars July 1 2014
By MichelV
Format:Blu-ray|Verified Purchase
Good item
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great movie Dec 3 2013
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
Realized I had the first movie, and wanted to get all of them. Hugh Jackman is awesome as Wolverine. An entertaining movie!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Good Movie July 13 2013
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
I bought this movie so that I would have the complete triology. I really enjoy the x-men movies for the action, special effects and the overall story line.
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9 of 14 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Shallow and Devoid of Heart Oct. 9 2006
I'll keep this simple and I won't give out any spoilers. I, personally, hated this film. Yes, I was a comic-geek back in my day, but the deviation from the comics is not the reason for my ire and in fact, I enjoyed not knowing what was going to happen next. No, what I had a problem with was the way this film butchers the storyline established in the first two movies. The heart is gone; replaced by computer generated graphics and big, loud noises.

If you are the type of person who enjoys watching big explosions instead of identifying with the characters; if you are the type of person who cares more about quantity than quality; if you are the type of person who does not care about the true storyline (a persecuted minority fighting for the right to exist in a world that hates and fears them) and just want to see some freaky people zap things; then this movie is for you. Stop reading this review and buy it right now, because I guarantee you will love it!

BUT, if you are the type of person who was looking forward to an emotionally AND visually pleasing end to this trilogy, prepare to be heart-broken. The rich storyline and subplots are basically used as "asides" to break up the 20-min long special effect scenes. The dialogue is shallow and superficial and unworthy of the X-Men title. In fact, this movie could have been a stand-alone... But I digress. I will not buy this movie. As far as I'm concerned, it never happened. I'll keep my collectors edition of 1 & 2, and avoid 3 like the plague.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
By Jenny J.J.I. TOP 500 REVIEWER
I'll be truthful; I didn't like this film very much. Of course, it had a lot to live up to, of course, with the previous two films high standard. The film opens well, with strangely disturbing versions of Xavier and Magneto visiting a young Jean. It also goes straight into to the action, the two main plots of the story soon becoming apparent. Both however, come second place to special effects in this film.

At just over 1 and 30 minutes, it would be almost impossible to cram a finale worthy of the trilogy without missing out some things. I just don't see why it had to be the emotion. With the cure side of the story, it seems we never get an insight into the characters worries and feelings towards it. If it had been 2 and a half hour, it would have been able to develop all of the characters, and the back stories would have been more relevant to certain characters. The phoenix part is also extremely disappointing, we aren't ever told why Phoenix does what she does and who is in control. You can only go so far as to blame Brett Ratner, he does a good job with the battle scenes but always seems to want to rush anything involving a character's emotion. I can imagine him on set hurrying along the actors as they try to get into character for the harrowing scenes. So if newcomer Ratner isn't the problem, what is?

As for the script goes. It's as if the writers truly want this to be the last film, killing off characters early to make way for new ones. Rogue is put on the back seat, even though the central theme of the cure should have her at the forefront. The final battle is also inexplicable, with both sides not really sure what they should be doing. It does allow for one of the great moments of the trilogy (Kitty and Juggernauts chase through - and I mean through - the facility).
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