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original title: X-Men: Conflitto finale
duration: 1h 44min
tags: Po Czyjej Stronie Bedziesz? (Whose Side Will You Stand On?) [Poland]
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The new director gutted the heart and soul out of these characters. Then Callisto, Angel, Beast, Spike, Juggernaut, and still more were thrown so fast into the mix that I had a hard time to following them all. AND I READ several X-Men titles ever month. The editing of this movie is so chopping, that it can actually cause nausea. Now that is tragic!
I can only hope that Singer is free again to helm both the Magneto and Wolverine movies. first of all, great film. hollywoodism aside, i believe everyone behind this film was very true to the genre and story.
now the ripping - so i'm watching the commentary, yeesh, can brett ratner get anymore cheesy? every line out of that guys mouth was, "i was true to this and that and theme and colour and character and tone and music and lighting and story etc etc etc. the guy carries on like he invented the franchise.
the writers chime in ever once and a while to offset ratner's natty raparte (oh yeah, i can be contrite as well - but i know a limit to my power). thank god they do, they offer a well rounded view of the film process that brought this film up to date and enjoyable.
how ratner weaseled his way into this project is beyond me, how does one go from a babbling c. tucker drivel to a hardcore fan based franchise is even more crazy than thinking that ratner had any (if at all) say in what went on in this film! bottom line: ratner = a$$-licking studio 'yes' man -- writers = saviors of the genre and story! Ratner is unable to maintain the emotional intensity that has made this series so deeply epic. But he sure knows how to put on a show. An antibody that suppresses the mutant gene has been found using the DNA of a young mutant boy named Jimmy/Leech (Cameron Bright), and those mutants who don't want to be "cured" find themselves lining with either Professor Charles Xavier (Patrick Stewart) and the integration-friendly X-Men or with the human-hating Brotherhood, led by Xavier's former ally, Magneto (Ian McKellen). Meanwhile, Jean Grey (Famke Janssen), the only Level 5 mutant known, has re-appeared (after being killed in X2), but is she the same Jean Grey and whose side will she be on? X-Men: The Last Stand is the third movie in the X-Men film series, which is based on the Marvel comic book series X-Men created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby in 1962, preceded by X-Men (2000) (2000) and X2 (2003) (2003), and followed by X-Men Origins: Wolverine (2009) (2009), X: First Class (2011) (2011), The Wolverine (2013) (2013), X-Men: Days of Future Past (2014) (2014), X-Men: Apocalypse (2016) (2016), and Logan (2017) (2017); with the Deadpool film series being loosely related. The film's script is loosely based on two X-Men comic books stories: "The Dark Phoenix Saga" and "Gifted". The screenplay was written by American screenwriters Simon Kinberg and Zak Penn. Xavier explains that the only way she could have survived was that her powers wrapped her in a cocoon of telekinetic energy. Unfortunately, it comes with a price. It appears to have awakened her subconscious mind and unleashed the uncontrolled, instinctual side of her called the Phoenix. Scott Summers/Cyclops (James Marsden) can't control his optic blasts when his eyes are open. The original history of the character, according to Marvel canon, has always maintained that Summers lost the ability to control the beams when he and his brother survived a fall