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By: Aurelio Cipolla
The new X-Men film, X-Men: The Last Stand, has actually caused quite the stir amongst comics enthusiasts and the typical spectator. While lots of rabid X-Men comic readers found some dislike in the film, someone who is simply out trying to find a great means to invest 2 hours can find some major entertainment value in this trilogy-ending movie.

X-Men: The Last Stand choices up exactly where the last movie left off. Jean Gray, played by Famke Janssen, is dead following a confrontation in a remote military base. This leaves Cyclops, played by James Marsden, distraught and unsure if he could continue leading the team of mutants. To the joy of many followers, Wolverine is back, with Hugh Jackman providing an efficiency well worthy of the series he helped type. Returning are Patrick Stewart as Professor X and Ian McKellen as the anti-hero Magneto. New to the movies are the heroes Angel and the Beast. These characters help to include a powerful to the X-men, with Kelsey Grammar delivering a stellar efficiency as the Beast.

The major dispute throughout the film is the advancement of a new drug that treatments' mutants, causing them to lose all of their distinct capacities and enabling them to be entirely human. There's a great deal going on in this film; the filmmakers could possibly've easily stretched it into a 3 hour epic. While the motion picture isn't really ideal, its as close to best as you can wish for from a series that only seems to get better each and every movie.

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