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|Posted by: Orgaloth May 27 2006, 08:38 AM|
| All I can say is ... SEE IT!!!
Kelsey Grammer as Beast? I wasn't sure, but he brings the character to life. Vinny Jones as Juggernaught? Brilliant!!
And the other characters? Heaps more development. The fight sences are great, the one liners are all there. It's well worth the money to see. You even get to see Sentinels.
Aparently you should stay until the end of the credits. I usually do, but I had to be somewhere after the movie, and so ducked out before the end.
|Posted by: AlexGrim Jun 3 2006, 08:50 PM|
| I stayed to end of the credits on X2, but was let down, I always like little tid bits at the end of movies. I stayed to the end of the credits on ROTS as well but got nothing, I turned around and the place was empty.
I was waiting for any crowds to die down before I saw X3. You've got me hyped now, thanks for the review.
|Posted by: jamfke Jun 8 2006, 06:11 PM|
|Awesome film! This trilogy just got better and better with each release!|
|Posted by: Jedi Skyler Jun 21 2006, 11:31 AM|
| This was a great movie- good as a stand-alone as well as part of the trilogy.
The bit about staying until the end of the credits is correct. Alex, when you see it, STAY!!! It's not long, but definitely worth it, kind of a "Duh, shoulda seen that one coming" kind of moment. Any X-men fan will appreciate it.
Kelsey Grammer did an outstanding job as Beast! When I first saw him in the make up, it was evident that he had the perfect face for the part.
And it's about time they let Wolverine cut loose like that. He's a tracking, fighting, killing machine. It's what he was born AND augmented to do.
|Posted by: netjedi Jul 10 2006, 12:01 AM|
|I enjoyed this movie as well, though I thought it was not as good as the first two. It could very well be that this one was under a new director. Some of the film felt a bit rushed. Though it is worth the price of admission even by today's standards.|