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X-Men: The Last Stand. Auf welcher Seite wirst du stehen? /db_data/movies/xmen3/scen/l/Szenenbild_01jpeg_xjpg. Official theatrical movie poster (#18 of 19) for X-Men: The Last Stand (aka X-Men 3) (). Directed by Brett Ratner. Starring Hugh Jackman, Halle Berry, Ian. X-Men / X-Men 2 / X-Men:The Last Stand: Science-Fiction-Film mit Sir Patrick Stewart/Halle Berry/Hugh Jackman. Auf DVD und Blu-Ray. Magneto möchte Leech töten, da die Produktion des Serums nicht ohne den Jungen stattfinden kann. Ein würdiger Abschluss der Trilogie. This customer review refers to a alternative Feuertanz. Also der dritte ist der Beste nicht nur die In Richtung Visuall effects und die Prosieben Sendeplan Schauspielerische Leistung sondern auch das geniale Shoppen In Rostock Orchester leistete hier Glanzarbeit Nur das End credits ist schon den Ganzen Film Wert Gambit? Write your own review. Friedrich Georg Beckhaus.
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Professor X vs. Professor X. Use the HTML below. You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Hugh Jackman Edit Storyline When a "cure" is created, which apparently can turn any mutant into a "normal" human being, there is outrage amongst the mutant community.
Edit Did You Know? During this time, Warner Brothers offered him the chance to direct Superman Returns immediately.
Singer informed Fox that he was going to take this opportunity, and would still like to return to direct X-Men 3. As a consequence, his deal was terminated, and Matthew Vaughn briefly joined the production, before he backed out.
Brett Ratner was the finalist for the director's role for X-Men , having experience of making a successful movie out of a rushed production with Rush Hour Goofs at around 1h 16 mins The Golden Gate Bridge is 1, meters from pylon to pylon.
Couldn't you just make them say yes? Charles Xavier : Yes, I could, but it's not my way. And I would expect you, of all people would understand my feelings about the misuse of power.
Eric Lensherr : Ah, "power corrupts" and all that. Yes, I know, Charles. When are you going to stop lecturing me? Charles Xavier : When you start listening.
And you're here because I need you. Crazy Credits When the 20th Century Fox logo fades away, the X in the logo stays for a second longer before it also fades away.
Alternate Versions The original DVD release of the film had two different sets of navigation menus, one themed around the Brotherhood, and one themed around the X-Men.
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June 3, Rating: 2. November 2, Full Review…. View All Critic Reviews Aug 22, In my review of Return of the Jedi, I spoke about the baggage that comes with threequels and their tendency to be the runts of their respective litters.
That being said, the same person being in charge is not in itself a guarantee of quality, as Spider-Man 3 and Evil Dead 3 firmly demonstrate.
X-Men: The Last Stand has accrued a similar reputation in comic book circles in the 11 years since its release.
Whenever this offering is mentioned, fans of the first two films tend to either start foaming at the mouth, disgusted by some deep betrayal, or sigh dejectedly and make some resigned comment about Hollywood.
One could be forgiven, as a casual fan of X-Men, for assuming that this is the s' equivalent of Batman and Robin. Rest assured, it's isn't - but it is very much the Batman Forever of the series, representing a huge climbdown from the heft and skill of old.
A lot has been made about Bryan Singer's sudden departure from the series, with debate raging over how much of the resulting disappointment is his fault.
Singer left the project in July to helm Superman Returns, at a time when only a partial treatment of the story existed. Singer had intended to focus the third film around Jean Grey's arc leading on from X2, culminating in Jean committing suicide but her spirit surviving as something akin to the Star Child from A Space Odyssey.
Over the ensurng six months, the project was offered to numerous directors who turned it down, including Joss Whedon who was busy on his Wonder Woman project and Alex Proyas, who refused on account of the bad experience he had endured on I, Robot.
Matthew Vaughn, who had then just finished Layer Cake, signed on to direct in February , but even with the release date being pushed back Vaughn felt he did not have the time he needed to make the film he wanted.
Having had some say in the casting - including Kelsey Grammer and Vinnie Jones - he backed out before filming was set to begin in July, paving the way for Brett Ratner to come in.
Whether or not you think that Singer was right to jump ship Superman Returns being the indecisive stodge that it is , much of his influence remains in at least the first hour of this film, just as Tim Burton held some sway over Batman Forever.
His fingerprints are all over the Jean Grey storyline, fleshing out the character and turning her into something truly dangerous.
Her arc is very reminsicent of Amy Irving's character in The Fury itself heavily X-Men-inflected , being as she is a young woman struggling to channel and contain enormously destructive powers that to a large extent she doesn't want.
There's even a sequence where Jean disintegrates people with her power - although it's not as bloody as The Fury's rated version.
If all the good parts of X-Men: The Last Stand lie in whatever Singer managed to contribute before departing, all of the blame for the bad aspects can be laid firmly at Ratner's feet.
The main problem lies in his sensibility - or, to be more precise, the complete lack of it. While Singer worked hard to build a compelling visual world to explore complex themes about racism, identity and alienation, all Ratner really wants to do to make knob gags and blow stuff up.
Despite having been in the running to helm the first X-Men film, he displays no deep knowledge or love for the mythology, being too obsessed with spectacle and cheap humour to put in the hard yards which this kind of story needs.
As a result of both Singer's influence and Ratner's laziness, the film ends up being deeply conflicted. The first hour has some of the substance of old, especially in the opening flashback and some of scenes involving discussions of the cure.
But Ratner doesn't delve as deep as Singer did, introducing the concept and then leaving it as a mere McGuffin.
The dialogue is more aggressively macho than before, and talky scenes are more readily broken up with needless editing. And then there is the needlessly yandere-ish love scene between Jean and Logan, which feels like someone copy-pasted the sauna scene from Goldeneye into their fan fiction.
Building up their relationship is necessary for the pay-off, but this isn't an erotic thriller - you don't have to approach every conversation like it's a prelude to 12A rumpy-pumpy.
As things roll on towards the inevitably explosive conclusion, many of the interesting character arcs which are either introduced or carried over from X2 are left unfinished.
Grammar is a half-decent fit for Beast but is wasted in the role, and Rogue gets an especially tough break; while in X-Men she was arguably the central character, here all she does is go off, get the cure and then come back.
While in the previous two films the action felt like an interlude to or progression from the character development, here everything serves the need for everything to blow up at the end.
Aside from possessing a general contempt for the audience's intelligence, and a number of similar scenes the training simulations, the X-Jet's 'stealth mode' standing in for the invisible car , they also feature really dodgy CGI in the places that it's least needed.
It's not so bad when Logan is having his flesh ripped apart when Jean is in Dark Phoenix mode, but the sequence with the bridge is every bit as ropey as Pierce Brosnan windsurfing over the CGI wave.
Building up to the big battle at the end would be fine if it actually had scale, context and above all meaning. Where Jackson's battles went through given motions, ebbing and flowing to build character and generate tension, the final act of this film is uninvolving, bland and often ridiculous.
Vinnie Jones make the whole thing feel like a cut scene from Gone in 60 Seconds, and the actual ending involving Magneto at the chess board is both unashamed sequel bait and a huge anticlimax.
In spite of all its poor qualities, the cast of X-Men: The Last Stand do just enough to make the experience tolerable.
Famke Janssen is the stand-out, having a commanding screen presence which manages to pierce through the effects and hold our attention; in the scene in the woods, she even upstages Sir Ian McKellen.
McKellen and Patrick Stewart are both fine, though both have settled into 'established actor cameo' mode by the end, and Hugh Jackman continues to make his case for being the definitive Wolverine.
Had Days of Future Past never happened, this would have been a bittersweet farewell for the cast, but you can't blame any of them for not trying in spite of the poor script.
While it makes for watchable viewing during the Jean Grey sequences, there's ultimately too little meat on the bones and too few thoughts between its ears to either satisfy committed fans or compete with its two predecessors.
It id the worst of the original X-Men films, but had Brett Ratner been involved from the very beginning, it could have been even worse.
Daniel M Super Reviewer. Mar 08, While the main players are all great and the action is arguably the best in the saga, X-Men: The Last Stand is too fast and too rushed to make any sort of emotional resonance despite some truly interesting ideas.
Matthew M Super Reviewer. Feb 23, Every franchise has a low point. For some it's a scene or maybe a full act of a film.
After two acclaimed outings to kick off the new age of the superhero genre, The Last Stand is just about as goofy and messy as you can get.
It nearly killed the franchise. The reason comic fans are still yearning for a Dark Phoenix adaptation is because this film did a poor job of giving fans anything that closely resembles the classic storyline.
In fact, what makes it even worse is it's hardly an adaptation at all. The first chunk of the movie certainly seems to indicate a Dark Phoenix direction, but once she has a big showdown with Charles Xavier in her childhood home, it becomes a movie way more about the cure than Jean Grey.
It also doesn't help that Jean Grey's phoenix alter ego resembles another absolutely insane Famke Janssen villain, Xenia Onatopp.
Yes, she also turns to an intimate make out position in an attempt to kill a few of her victims. Really, Brett Ratner?
Ratner gets a bad rap for The Last Stand, and most of it is warranted. But there are some redeemable qualities to this film. Plus, he did inherit the directing duties pretty late in the game after Bryan Singer left a few weeks before production began because of Superman Returns.
Although it still doesn't feel necessary at all, I definitely felt an emotional impact when Charles died and Wolverine killed Jean. The way those particular scenes were directed and shot made for an emotionally resonant few scenes.
The action is also amped up a bit. Rightfully so, the first two films keep the action to a minimum and instead focus on story as the backbone.
The Last Stand tends to do the opposite, hence another reason for the film's failure. As with pretty much every other X-Men related film, there's no sense of continuity whatsoever.
The grounded tone from the first two films is gone entirely. Why the heck is Juggernaut running around acting like he's from the 60's Batman TV series?
Why does Pyro act like he's a worthy right hand man to Magneto? I think the questions raised here still frustrate me to this day.
This could have been one of the best superhero trilogies but instead The Last Stand tries its hardest to tarnish any reputation the first few built.
There are a few moments of classic X-Men joy, but it's really a bunch of nonsense for the most part. Thomas D Super Reviewer.X-Men / X-Men 2 / X-Men:The Last Stand: Science-Fiction-Film mit Sir Patrick Stewart/Halle Berry/Hugh Jackman. Auf DVD und Blu-Ray. X Men: The Last Stand Superhelden Filme, Lederhandschuhe, Lack Und Leder, Tolle. Official theatrical movie poster (#18 of 19) for X-Men: The Last Stand (aka X-Men 3) (). Directed by Brett Ratner. Starring Hugh Jackman, Halle Berry, Ian. X-Men: The Last Stand. Auf welcher Seite wirst du stehen? /db_data/movies/xmen3/scen/l/Szenenbild_01jpeg_xjpg.
Jean Grey has returned, and joined with Magneto. The Dark Phoenix has woken within her, which has the ability to destroy anything in her way, even if that "anything" is an X-Man.
Written by rsanchez. The plot itself is not convoluted, but there are numerous mini-plots for just about every other character in the film.
The huge number of plot lines Ratner chose to cast wound up limiting the film, removing key emotional elements.
The film just was not long enough to adequately cover everyone's story. The music did not add anything to the movie either, it seemed tacky and amateur.
Through length, plot numbers and music, X3 failed to properly and satisfyingly tie up the trilogy. Problems aside, X-Men did succeed in creating a fabulous action-driven film.
Ratner and Fox worked magic on the special effects side of things. I was particularly impressed with the opening scene, which found a 20 year younger Xavier and Eric Stewart and McKellan at the house of Jean Grey.
Despite being somewhat of a letdown, the film does bring in some interesting parallelism to the first two films. Speaking of the first films, I recommend viewing them right before or soon after seeing the third, as viewing them reminds you that you do care about the characters being underdeveloped in X3.
Most should find the third entry reasonably enjoyable and miles ahead of poorer entries into the superhero genre Fantastic Four, League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Ultraviolet, and the extraordinarily bad Batman Forever and Batman and Robin.
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