"Xmen: The Last Stand" directed by Brett Ratner [review]
Prescott, Nicholas Adrian
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In short, the third film in the X-Men franchise is much like the second one: spectacular, fast-moving, and in large part consisting of a lot of sound and fury that signifies not terribly much. It’s massively entertaining, mind you; just don’t come looking for profound, life-changing narrative.