May 25, 2006

X–Men 3: The Last Yawn

Watching X–Men 3 was like going to pick up Aunty Mary from the airport after she'd been away on holiday. The presents she brought were not as exciting as she made it out to be, and the most exciting thing was probably the drive there, and back. It was a chore you had to do anyway.

So that was X–Men folks! I couldn't remember a single thing in 1 & 2. It had a nice dose of action, and a lot going on, but I think the problem with movies where they're made in 2–parts/triologies/or more is starting to show. A single movie can't hold its own.

Meh! It was a break from revision.

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  1. I liked it, although the ending left a lot to be desired. And there's going to be an X4 :) apparently there's a hidden scene at the end of the credits, which I missed. IMDB has more info.

    (11.30 this morning, first showing :p)

    25 May 2006, 23:08

  2. I'm the juggernaut, bitch!

    Give this man an oscar, people.

    26 May 2006, 02:53

  3. PrincessSkunky

    Oh Man! I thought it was a trilogy!!

    28 May 2006, 00:41

  4. Nope there's X4 X5 I think

    28 May 2006, 00:48

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