X-Men: The Last Stand PG-13

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DVD Features:

  • Rated: PG-13
  • Run Time: 1 hours, 44 minutes
  • Video: Color
  • Encoding: Region 1 (USA & Canada)
  • Released: April 21, 2009
  • Originally Released: 2006
  • Label: 20Th Century Fox
  • NTSC
  • Packaging: Keep Case
  • Aspect Ratio: Widescreen - 2.35
  • Audio:
    • Dolby Digital 5.1 - English
    • Dolby Digital 6.1 EX - English
    • Dolby Digital Surround - Spanish, French
    • Subtitles - English, Spanish - Optional
  • Additional Release Material:
    • Bonus Footage: Behind the Scenes ("Inside Look- A NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM")
    • Audio Commentary:
      1. Brett Ratner - Director; Simon Kinberg, Zack Penn - Screenwriters
      2. Avi Arad, Lauren Shuler Donner, Ralph Winter - Producers
    • Alternate Scenes:
      1. Deleted Scenes (with Optional Commentary)
      2. Extended Scenes (with Optional Commentary)
      3. Alternate Endings (3)
    • Trailers:
      1. Previews - The World of Marvel (3)
      2. Previews - Forced Trailers (3)
      3. Previews - Other 20th Century Fox (3)
  • Interactive Features:
    • Interactive Menus:
      1. X-Men Version
      2. Brotherhood Version

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Entertainment Reviews:


Total Count: 238


User Ratings: 1,074,006
Ratner keeps the focus on the big questions. Full Review
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Nov 1, 2018
Sillier than the Singer versions, Ratner's movie is also -- for this less-than-reverent X-Men fan -- more satisfying. Full Review
Jul 8, 2010
[I] found myself strangely moved by the sense of relationships, friendly and unfriendly, coming to an end in a dull return to normality in the world of humans and mutants. Full Review
Jun 7, 2006
3 stars out of 5 -- X3 is fast, furious....With plenty of shocks in store for trilogy stalwarts, it's a gift of a screenplay...
Total Film
Jun 1, 2006
X-Men: The Last Stand has shifted the shape of the franchise from pretty good, if uninspired, to terrifically entertaining.
Wall Street Journal
Jun 22, 2006
Rating: 3/5 -- X-Men: The Last Stand ends up being another -- albeit good -- comic book movie, rather than the exception to the rule that the previous films were. Full Review
Matt's Movie Reviews
Nov 1, 2018
[B]ursting with high-end stars....A worthy addition to any X-library.
Entertainment Weekly
Oct 6, 2006

Product Description:

As the third installment of the X-Men series opens, the world has entered a relatively peaceful period for mutants. There's a mutant-tolerant president of the United States, a blue furry mutant named Beast (Kelsey Grammer) heading up the Department of Mutant Affairs, and Magneto's shape-shifting femme fatale, Mystique, has been captured. The tranquility is shattered by two events. Worthington Laboratories, using a powerful mutant boy, develops a serum that eliminates the "mutant X gene" permanently. This so-called "cure" quickly divides the mutant community; Professor Xavier (Patrick Stewart) and his school are willing to give the government the benefit of the doubt, but Magneto (Ian McKellen) and his mutant Brotherhood see the serum as a vile threat to their way of life. They form an army of mutants and march on the fortified Worthington Laboratory located on Alcatraz Island. A much more dire threat appears in the form of the resurrected super-mutant Jean Grey (Famke Janssen), who has succumbed to her cataclysmic Id identity known as The Phoenix. To face these menaces Wolverine (Hugh Jackman) and Storm (Halle Berry) and the younger members of the X-Men must leap into action, but they must do so without the guidance of Professor Xavier--in a showdown with the powers of The Phoenix, his mind-control powers proved insufficient.

To his credit, new X-Men director Brett Ratner emulates the style and tone struck by Bryan Singer (director of the two previous films) by combining outrageous special effects and hyperkinetic action sequences with earnest soul-searching and mutant "issues" that are clearly meant to parallel the political hot-button topics of tolerance, prejudice, power, and responsibility.


Production Notes:

  • Theatrical Release: May 26, 2006

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