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    X-Men 3

    I saw it today, and I thought it sucked bad. The second one was so much better. In short don't go see this movie.:new_popco

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    I hate you.

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    Yeah I second that. The first two never enticed me in the least to see them in theatres...saw them eventually on DVD. This one has caught my eye, and I fully intend on ponying up the dough at the theatre.

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    I saw it. It wasn't bad. Kelsey Grammer makes an excellent Hank McCoy. "The Last Stand" is a very appropriate title; the movie certainly has a sense of finality to it.

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    I saw it and was disappointed. It was fun to watch and it's still worth watching but it is NOTHING compared to the first two. It lacked any real character development and the plot wasn't nearly as deep as the first two.

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    The plots of the first two movies were deep?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leon S Kennedy
    I saw it and was disappointed. It was fun to watch and it's still worth watching but it is NOTHING compared to the first two. It lacked any real character development and the plot wasn't nearly as deep as the first two.
    let me guess, you are one of those faggots who argue about how illogical terminator 3 is right? its a fucking action movie. you go to an action movie to see wolverine stab people and magneto **** **** up. and the naked chick.

    there was no finality. they leave the ending pretty fucking wide open, if you were clever enough to wait and watch what happens after the credits.

    I actually expected this one to suck but i was pleasantly surprised. lots of action, corny one liners, **** blowing up. Phoenix was extremely badass and they didnt pussify it like they do lots of comics- HEAPS of people die in this movie. although more time on the other mutants would have been cool, angel has like 2 lines. And last time i checked, juggernaut isnt a mutant. so the whole bit with Leech and the walk through walls girl (JAILBAIT alert) didnt sit well.

    I would watch it though, better than the 2nd movie, which was better than the first. and i hope that if they make another they dont put that ****** gambit in it.

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    I just saw it and I actually like it much more than I thought I would.

    I fucking hate that girl that plays Kitty Pride (walks through walls). She annoys the **** out of me for some reason.
    Still think that wolverine was in it too much. I'd rather see more of colossus or someone else kill people.
    Halle berry is still ****.

    Magneto smashing up the cars, and destoying the bridge was fucking awesome.
    Patrick Stewart was on form as always.
    Juggernaut was fucking good. I liked when he beat the **** out of wolverine.
    Some of the new mutants were good: the geezer that breathes fire/smokey ****, the one with the spikes shooting out of his arms and the fella that has quills coming out of his body.
    Beast, Angel, Colossus, mutiple man, pyro were all in it, which was good too.

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    I learned at a young age that no one really dies in the marvel universe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by isol8d
    I learned at a young age that no one really dies in the marvel universe.
    Except Bucky Bar...oh, wait...

    Although I did find myself wondering where Nightcrawler was the entire movie. I can understand Alan Cummings not wanting to sit in make-up for a million hoursa a day, but they could have at least mentioned him.

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