X-men: The Last Stand

X-men: The Last Stand

When a cure is found to treat mutations, lines are drawn amongst the X-Men and The Brotherhood, a band of powerful mutants organized under Xavier's former ally, Magneto.

Hugh Jackman, Halle Berry, Anna Paquin, and James Marsden back to the roles they played in the previous X-Men films. A 'cure' for mutancy threatens to alter the course of history, utants have a choice: retain their uniqueness, though it isolates and alienates them, or give up their powers to fit in. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Steve W (au) wrote: An excellent documentary that reveals the leftist scam and it's use of it's useful idiots that is the occupy movement! This explains why the radical leftist ultra Liberal movie reviewers who dominate this website do not want you to see and give it a terrible score. Now if it was about gays or the evil white man discriminating against minorities it would receive 90 plus tomatoes! lol

Andy F (it) wrote: An enchanting, beautiful, mesmeric tale and Woody Allen's best film of the last decade.

Eero S (kr) wrote: Great film, but released in 2009, not 2015.

Creepis C (es) wrote: Well technically...EYE-BOTS...NOT EYE-BORGS. No flesh = no borg. Still better than the usual crap "SyFy" is notorious for. Danny Trejo popping up in this? After the awesome "Machete"? Like others have said, I see great ambition behind the tiny budget. Watchable enough...and did I hear "Bad Religion" in there?

Gerard D (ru) wrote: A very entertaining creature feature starring a giant killersquid. James Van Der Beek plays the Richard Dreyfuss character from Jaws, and gets away with it. No hysterical bikini babes here, but grumpy fishermen, and a decent plastic monster instead of crappy CGI.

Aaron G (es) wrote: A bloated, dated, slow-paced period piece that needed some serious editing.

willy w (it) wrote: wonderful film. great work, all around. a beautiful picture of a sensitive, earnest young priest who is dying and processing his faith. themes of faith, prayer, silence, sacrifice, justice, sincerity, religion, forgiveness (absolution), and grace. he believes in a grace he himself doesn't believe in. this child-like priest is reminiscent of Alyosha, Prince Myshkin, Wittgenstein, Kierkegaard. the film is textured like Bergson, but more theological and Catholic. other great characters are the mother who can't get beyond the death of her child, the young girl Sraphina, the other priest, the (soldier) cousin, and the ex-priest. then there are the rest of the cast -those worldly people who do not seem to enter the world of spirit. questions: what was his sacrifice, if there was one? why could he no longer pray?

Kevin M W (gb) wrote: Many comedies giftwrap the jokes so that the poor rubes (which'd be us) know that that is what they're hearing and/or seeing (think of Mel Brooks or a pie in the face or Vines), but not so here. The Lubitsch touch involves leaving the humor for one to discover - or not - and therein the charm. Benny, f'instance, is totally unbelievable as the leading man, or as a leading man whatsoever, but that works for him here as a insecure ham actor constantly seeking approval. Lombard (braless mostly) shimmers in her last effort gracefully. A delight, and better than Lubitsch's other classics in my opinion.