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X-Men - The Movie Trilogy: Collector's Edition Box Set (6 Discs)

Released on 02 October 2006

Featuring: Hugh Jackman, Patrick Stewart & Ian McKellen

Format: DVD | Rating: 15 years & over

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X-Men The Movie (Dir. Bryan Singer, 2000): Born into a world filled with prejudice are children who possess extraordinary and dangerous powers - the result of unique genetic mutations. Cyclops unleashes bolts of energy from his eyes. Storm can manipulate the weather at will. Rogue absorbs the life force of anyone she touches. But, under the tutelage of Professor Xavier (Patrick Stewart), these and other outcasts learn to harness their powers for the good of mankind. Now they must protect those who fear them as the nefarious Magneto (Ian McKellen), who believes humans and mutants can never co-exist, unveils his sinister plan for the future...

X-Men The Movie 2 (Dir. Bryan Singer, 2003): The time has come for those who are different to stand united...

The X-Men have to band together to find a mutant assassin who has made an attempt on the President's life, while the Mutant Academy at Westchester is attacked by military forces prompting some uncomfortable home truths for Wolverine...

X-Men The Movie 3 - The Last Stand (Dir. Brett Ratner, 2006): Take a stand...

When a pharmaceutical company publicises a 'cure' to suppress mutations, lines are drawn amongst the X-Men, led by Professor Charles Xavier (Stewart), and the Brotherhood, a band of powerful mutants organized under Xavier's former ally, Magneto (McKellen)....

The third film in the big-screen X-Men film franchise, which plays host to the addition of fan-favourite characters (including Beast, Juggernaut and Angel), further explorers the mutant human divide and also provides a glimpse into the fate of Jean Grey reborn as Phoenix...

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 Average rating (20 reviews)

 This review is about the Boxed Set, as it should be

| | See all SlashVee's reviews (12)

Srsly, I'm so tired of reading what people thought about the films. If I wanted to know about that, I'd go to some review site. What I want to know about is this boxed set, and if it's any good compared to others.

Anyway, the short answer is: yes, it good.
It contains three slimcases, which I'm not a great fan of, but in this case I think it's a plus. The box looks really sleek and pretty like this, and the slimcases do their job as discholders I guess.
This set includes the special 2dvd editions of all three movies, which is pretty good if you don't own those yet. Also, I think it includes the X-Men 1.5 version of X-Men 1, which was a very cool edition due to many extra...extra's.
All in all, this looks really great, and for this price you should definitely get it.

The only problem is that it's cardboard (obviously) which makes it VERY prone to bend/break a bit.

 THE X-MEN MUST BUY

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im a big fan of x-men i loved the cartoon as a kid and x-men evolution as well so here is what i think of the 3 movies

x-men: this movie is great , its the 1st one so it lets you to get the charters more from the love triange between scott logan and jean, and the rivaly of the scott and logan....good plot and story **** (4)

x-men2: WOW best in the trilogy , open scene is amazing , in this movie you get to know about logans past how he was "made" so much action and new mutants ...***** (5)

x-men 3: ok now this is were it went down hill after singer left ...i was looking forward to this ...scott is my fav x-men and what they do .only in it for 10 min....i mean storm gets the mansion come on like thats so stupid...spyke storms nephew is a bad guy..juggernut is not a mutant and leech takes his power which shoudnt have happened ...the chemisty between logan and rouge which is bulid up in the 1st two movies is gone...bobby and rouge love thing is away cause kitty takes over .....colossus is not american he is russian ..did bret even read the comics ..aslo jean always died in scotts arms not logans and in the 1st two movies logans healing powers wernt stright away they healed a few seconds after this one when jeans is using her powers he healing like mad ....** (2) and thats being kind

overall a good triogy be even better if singer did the 3rd movie

 THE X FACTOR!

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This is a great box-set, two out of the three movies are good and one is brilliant!
For better or worse the first movie set the trend of all the new wave of Marvel comic book to movies.
X-Men 2000
This is a brisk introduction to the world of mutants. Wolverine ( Hue Jackman steals the show) Storm ( Halley Berry) does little.
This is more like a trailer to the much better and bigger instalment of X2. The film has a short running time but does entertain, with it mutant battles, and the opening sequence of the film in the concentration camps of WW2 makes you pitty and understand the lead villain Magnito ( the brilliant Ian Mckellan)
A good start!
****
X-MEN 2 2003
This is much better than the first, all the characters are flushed out better, and love triangles start to appear with Logan and Gray. The action is alot bigger and boulder, but the story pushes this film along.
This is a great comic book movie that is dark enough and violent enough for adults to enjoy as well, and the cliffhanger ending is brilliant.
*****
X-MEN 3 THE LAST STAND 2006
With the first two films director (Brian Singer) leaving to direct the fantastic Superman Returns, the film is handed over to the director of the Rush Hour Trilogy.
The problem is, the original director understood the characters, and the set-up to what was planned as a rousing conclusion. With the new director, the conclusion feels very rushed, as with the death of Cyclops. Main characters depart on a whimper and not the bang they should, even the ending seems rushed, as to what was supposed to be a brilliant battle of mutants. But there are some amazing action scenes, and Logans choice at the end is very well handled.
Part 3 is far from a bad film, it just has such a hard time standing in X-MEN 2's shoes.
***
A great box-set,at a good price. It's just a shame X-MEN 3 ended this trilogy as it does.

 THE X FACTOR!

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This is a great box-set, two out of the three movies are good and one is brilliant!
For better or worse the first movie set the trend of all the new wave of Marvel comic book to movies.
X-Men 2000
This is a brisk introduction to the world of mutants. Wolverine ( Hue Jackman steals the show) Storm ( Halley Berry) does little.
This is more like a trailer to the much better and bigger instalment of X2. The film has a short running time but does entertain, with it mutant battles, and the opening sequence of the film in the concentration camps of WW2 makes you pitty and understand the lead villain Magnito ( the brilliant Ian Mckellan)
A good start!
****
X-MEN 2 2003
This is much better than the first, all the characters are flushed out better, and love triangles start to appear with Logan and Gray. The action is alot bigger and boulder, but the story pushes this film along.
This is a great comic book movie that is dark enough and violent enough for adults to enjoy as well, and the cliffhanger ending is brilliant.
*****
X-MEN 3 THE LAST STAND 2006
With the first two films director (Brian Singer) leaving to direct the fantastic Superman Returns, the film is handed over to the director of the Rush Hour Trilogy.
The problem is, the original director understood the characters, and the set-up to what was planned as a rousing conclusion. With the new director, the conclusion feels very rushed, as with the death of Cyclops. Main characters depart on a whimper and not the bang they should, even the ending seems rushed, as to what was supposed to be a brilliant battle of mutants. But there are some amazing action scenes, and Logans choice at the end is very well handled.
Part 3 is far from a bad film, it just has such a hard time standing in X-MEN 2's shoes.
***
A great box-set,at a good price. It's just a shame X-MEN 3 ended this trilogy as it does.

 Two out of three ain't bad...

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Let's get this straight, X-Men 3 was NEVER going to live up to the first two installments. As soon as Bryan Singer left the franchise it was doomed. And when Brett Ratner climbed on board all hope seemed lost. Which is why I was pleasantly suprised that, whilst easily the weakest of the trilogy, there was still much to enjoy. Sadly, not enough to hide the fact that too many characters and not enough character plus Vinnie Jones hideously miscast as Juggernaut (just writing this makes me cringe) meant that the trilogy ended with more of a whimper than a bang. Still the first two, especially X2, remain perfect examples in how to adapt the comics successfully and this 6 disc set certainly doesn't skimp on the extras with hours of behind the scenes footage, interviews and commentaries. If only Briyan Singer hadn't jumped ship we could be looking at one of the greatest trilogies yet....

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ActorsHugh Jackman, Patrick Stewart, Ian McKellen, Famke Janssen, James Marsden, Halle Berry, Anna Paquin, Ray Park, Rebecca Romijn-Stamos, Bruce Davison, Brian Cox, Alan Cumming, Kelly Hu, Kelsey Grammer, Vinnie Jones, Bill Duke & Shawn Ashmore
DirectorBryan Singer
Certificate15 years and over
Year2000 ; 2003 ; 2006
ScreenWidescreen Anamorphic
LanguagesEnglish - Dolby Digital (5.1)
SubtitlesEnglish for the hearing impaired
RegionRegion 2 - Will only play on European Region 2 or multi-region DVD players.