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The X-men aren't sure if they should hail or shun a miracle cure for all human genetic alterations. But the followers of their archenemy Magneto (Ian McKellen) feel no hesitation in branding the drug a diabolically evil --and they spend the duration of the movie going to battle against anyone, including the X-men, who try to stop them from wielding their mutation-derived super powers.
Why Is X-Men 3: The Last Stand Rated PG-13?
X-Men 3: The Last Stand is rated PG-13 for intense sequences of action violence, some sexual content and language.
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Punch, stab, slice, crush, throw, incinerate, freeze… you name the weapons, and someone will fall victim to it during this film. While never bloody or gory, expect to see copious amounts of confrontations involving a variety of mutant forces, along with a military armed with projectile syringes filled with anti-mutant drugs. Sexually, those familiar with previous X-Men movies will find Mystique returning in her body paint costume, a naked woman shown with arms and legs covering key body areas, and an aggressive woman seducing a man (who is happy to comply) while they are both fully clothed. Language is relatively tame, with the exception of one use of a rude term for male anatomy and a few minor profanities.
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Canadian Home Video Rating: PG
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Mutating onto DVD, the third film in this sci-fi franchise is available in three different packages. If you choose X-men: The Last Stand (in either widescreen or full screen versions) you will also receive audio commentaries by director Brett Ratner and writers Zak Penn and Simon Kinberg, as well as by producers Lauren Shuler-Donner, Ralph Winter, Avi Arad, David Gorder, and writers Zak Penn and Simon Kinberg, three alternate endings (with optional commentary by Brett Ratner), ten deleted/extended scenes (with optional commentary by Brett Ratner), theartical trailers, a couple of Easter eggs and a sneak peek at A Night At The Museum.
The X-Men: The Last Stand DVD is presented in English (Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound) Spanish and French, with English subtitles. Should you opt for the X-Men: The Last Stand Collectors Edition, you’ll get all of the above (the movie is presented in widescreen only) plus a exclusive, collectible book by X-Men creator Stan Lee—his first original Marvel comic in five years! Or go for the complete saga with the X-Men Trilogy Pack, which includes X-Men, X2: X-Men United and X-Men: The Last Stand in widescreen single-disc versions only.
Home Video Release: X-Men Trilogy: Blu-ray Collection
Home Video Notes: X-Men Trilogy
Release Date: 21 March 2009
Fans of the X-Men franchises can now enjoy X-Men, X2: X-Men United and X3: The Last Stand on Blu-ray Disc. The movies are presented in widescreen, with audio tracks in 5.1 DTS Master Audio. Subtitles are available in Spanish, French, Cantonese, Korean, Mandarin and Brazilian Portuguese. The set includes digital copies of each of the films plus extensive bonus materials. A complete list of these extras can be found on our page for the X-Men Trilogy.