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X-Men: The Last Stand DVD Review

X-Men: The Last Stand DVD Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 4 Star Rating)

The X-Men are back for one last adventure in X-Men: The Last Stand. Find out if its worth your allowance money or if you should wait for the DVD. Read Kidzworlds movie review!

The X-Men are back with a new adventure and plenty of new mutants to keep you on your toes. Check out Kidzworld's review to find out if the latest X-Men movie is worth a look.

X-Men: The Last Stand - Xtreme Medicine

When a cure for mutantism is discovered, mutants turn against each other - and the company that created the cure - in a dramatic and fast paced story that introduces a host of new characters. Neither Magneto's angry mob nor Professor Xavier's X-Men want to see the cure used as a weapon but they have serious differences of opinion on what to do about it - leading to the mutant battle to end all mutant battles. Expect some kick-butt special effects!

X-Men: The Last Stand - Xtra Mutants

X3 sees the introduction of a whole crew of new characters who will be well-known to fans of the X-Men comics. The Beast, Angel and Juggernaut all make appearances in the flick, along with a ton more mutants. The only disappointment for X-Men fans could be that because there are so many new mutants, no one of them gets very much on-screen time.

X-Men: The Last Stand - DVD Features

Everyone has something to say on the X-Men: The Last Stand DVD. From director Brett Ratner to writers Zak Penn and Simon Kinberg, you get to hear about the whole creative process of this flick with the added commentary. There are also some cool deleted scenes and three alternate endings - all with optional commentary as well. If you pick up the Special Collector's Edition of the DVD you'll also get an exclusive X-Men mini-comic!

X-Men: The Last Stand - Bottom Line

X-Men is a fun, exciting film that will keep you on the edge of your seat. If you liked the first two X-Men films, you'll dig this third installment. There are enough old characters, new characters and characters returning from the dead to keep you guessing until the end. A ticket to see The Last Stand is definitely worth a few dollars of your hard-earned allowance.

X-Men: The Last Stand Rating: 4

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