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  • Actors: Patrick Stewart, Hugh Jackman, Halle Berry, Ian McKellen, Anna Paquin
  • Directors: Bryan Singer
  • Writers: Bryan Singer, Dan Harris, David Hayter, Michael Dougherty, Zak Penn
  • Producers: Bryan Singer, Avi Arad
  • Format: Widescreen, Subtitled, NTSC, Dolby, DTS Surround Sound
  • Language: Spanish, English, French
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Dubbed: Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.40:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • MPAA Rating: PG-13
  • Studio: Fox Video (Canada) Limited
  • Release Date: May 25 2004
  • Run Time: 134 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (254 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0000BWVCM
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #50,321 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on June 24 2003
I never had anything to do with X-Men comics or cartoons and I only liked the first one. But this one was INCREDIBLE and I am now a huge fan of both movies! Unlike the disappointing Hulk (bad movie) and even the fragile Spider-man story, X-Men brigs true human issues to the big screen and almost can be taken out of the comic book genre because it seems so much more than that. Don't waste your money on mindless ridiculous movies like Hulk, instead get a movie that you know you will enjoy. THe interaction between the characters is great. Each has something great to do. Women take a fornt seat as Storm, Jean Grey, and Mystique are the major stars of the movie. Wolverine and Magneto play awesome roles and although Professor X's role may be smaller than in the first, it is much more important to the story of the film. The new X-Men just get cooler and cooler, bringing Nightcrawler, Deathstrike, Iceman, and Pyro to the scene. Also, Rogue and Cyclops are back, although with smaller roles, they have their moments. The action in non-stop and fantastic from Wolverine's rage on the school invasion to Storm and Jean piloting the X jet away from incoming missles. THe opening scene with Nightcrawler is not easily forgotten and shows Bryan Singer's true talent. The nemesis is fantastic and seeing the X-Men together in a fragile relationship is a joy to watch. Get this movie! Get X-Men 1 too! Its a saga you won't want to miss!
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When taking into account all the comic book movies that have hit the theater recently this may sound like a bold statement, but really it's not. This may be a large grossing sub-genre but it isn't really that many movies we're talking about. With X2 though, I'm inclined to go even further and say it's one of the best sci-fi action films of all time...seriously. In terms of strictly comic book movies, it's simply either this or Batman Begins. I say X2 wins even in that comparison, but I'm certainly willing to accept the opposite view.

The film opens with a brilliant introduction to a crucial character, the German teleporter Nightcrawler who looks like a little blue demon but possesses an intense devotion to Catholicism, and his introduction does not serve to assist in painting him as a hero. More of an anti-hero I guess. I don't want to ruin it for those who haven't actually seen it but X2 opens with one of the more memorable action sequences of recent date and the film contains three more specific sequences that are just as good. Magneto's inevitable escape from his plastic prison is one of them.

One of the other memorable scenes sets up the real storyline for X2 quite nicely and introduces us to other mutant heroes in the process. William Stryker, an inventive military man, is motivated by his personal experience with mutant-kind to actually organize an assault on Charles Xavier's school for mutants. He wishes to gain access to the mutant tracking device called Cerebro and destroy all of them. His teams' assault is truely great action-filmmaking. The X-Men and Magneto, with his loosely forming band of mutants who agree with his politics on how to respond to humanity, find a common enemy in Stryker.
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By Lawrance Bernabo HALL OF FAMETOP 1000 REVIEWER on July 21 2006
Format: DVD
Even more so that its predecessor, "X2: X-Men United" is more of a treat for those of us weaned on Marvel Comics and know the complete back story of every single mutant superhero who pops up through the movie. When Dr. Hank McCoy (Steve Bacic) is shown debating the rights of Mutants on television we recognize he is one of the original merry mutants in yellow spandex, the Beast. During the final shot of the film we nod knowingly because our intimate knowledge of "X-Men" #101 means we recognize the strange shape and can hazard a pretty good guess as to what happens in the third X-Men movie before the credits even start to roll on this one.

This film is better than the first one, which is a very good sign in the world of Hollywood where a sequel is one thing but a franchise is even better. The first time around the X-Men, the good mutants of Professor Charles Xavier (Patrick Stewart), had to stop Magneto (Ian McKellen) and his bad mutants (the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants for those who know their X-Men lore), although there were humans trying to push a Mutant Registration Act through Congress. This time it is the ordinary humans who are after all the mutants in the world, ironically, by using mutants in the effort. In charge of the effort is General William Stryker (Brian Cox), who has found a means of extracting information from Magneto about Xavier's School for Gifted Children as well as some other ways of allowing him exercise some degree of mind control.

The worst thing I can say about "X2" is that it begins with the best action sequences the entire film. A mutant gets into the White House and goes after the President (Cotter Smith) in the Oval Office. We know that this is Kurt Wagner (Alan Cummings), a.k.a.
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By Theatre Kidd on July 15 2004
Format: DVD
Even if you aren't an X-Men fanatic like myself, I suggest seeing this movie. Just... see the first one first. I watched this one with a couple of friends, and they were completely clueless... even with me giving a never-ending commentary on who everyone was, what their powers were, etc.
This takes place in an alternate world, where everything's basically the same except that there has been an evolutionary phenomenon: a new species of humans has arisen with special powers. For example: controlling the weather or being able to manipulate fire.
Professor Charles Xavier runs a school for these 'mutants', where they're able to excercise their powers and be with their own kind. Professor X even has a machine called 'Cerebro' that has the exact location of every mutant and every human in the entire world. He is the only one that knows how to use it.
But things have been happening; the president has recently had an assassination attempt by a person identified as a mutant. The government starts cracking down on all the mutants, and one of the first things that they do is break in Xavier's school. Some students escape, but several are captured... in addition to Professor X himself.
Turns out that an evil scientist who works in the government staged the mutant attack because he wanted to break into Xavier's school and steal the plans for Cerebro. Then he gets his own mutant son to convince Xavier to kill all the mutants using the machine.
Yada yada, the other mutants of the school arrive at the scene of the crime with their used-to-be-enemies, Magneto and Mystique. But don't think that the beloved bad guys are turning good- the entire thing was a scheme to change Cerebro's mission from eliminating all the mutants to eliminating all the HUMANS.
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