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[Comments] (3) Confessions: I'm a bit embarrassed to admit this, but I love the X-Men movies. I love them because they transform very real issues of racism and stereotyping into a context that is non-threatening: mutant versus non-mutant citizens. This way, the audience can work through issues of cultural, racial, and religious prejudice in a different setting.

I really liked the first two movies, but the third, X-Men: The Last Stand was disappointing. It lacked the character development that added depth to the first two. I also didn't like how the filmmakers portrayed Magnito's mutants; there was a lot of stereotyping going on there. I thought those characters were evidence of some lazy filmmaking. Couldn't Brett Ratner and his team of writers think of some more clever way to identify them than using body piercings and tattoos?

The movie was worth watching, but I'd give it 2.75 stars. If you do go see it, make sure to stay through the credits for a surprise clip!


Posted by Jill at Sun Jun 04 2006 21:20

I agree with you...it was good because it was x-men, but I was sad there wasn't more about Angel...he was a cool character, and the tattoos were really stereotypical.

Posted by Kristen at Mon Jun 05 2006 07:55

I agree too

Posted by Sumana at Mon Jun 05 2006 10:30

Your reasons are some of the same reasons I enjoyed X-Men I and II. Sad to hear the 3rd isn't as good.

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