Parent reviews for X-Men: The Last Stand

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Common Sense says

age 13+

Based on our expert review

Parents say

age 14+

Based on 33 reviews

Kids say

age 11+

Based on 74 reviews

age 13+
age 12+

plot didn't make any sense

The plot was all over the place. which made it confusing in the bad way not in a ggod way like dunkerk was but in a bad way skip this if you can and watch the other x men movies in the trilogy
age 14+

Skip it if you can.

This title has:

Too much violence
Too much swearing
age 18+

This title has:

Too much violence
Too much sex
age 14+

Scary and Graphic

This movie made me cry when i was 8 years old. The seen when angel grows his wings and shaves them off, is so vilont graphic and sad.

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Too much violence
Too much swearing
age 15+

Bad words

language: "Dick-head" and calling someone plainly, "Bitch!" to their face - not comfortable with this for my kids...also pretty violent at parts.
age 17+

Terrible and violent. Too bad for anyone to watch.

age 9+

This title has:

Great messages
Great role models
Too much violence
Too much sex
age 13+

An average end to an above average trilogy!

Bryan Singer chose to direct the mediocre "Superman Returns" over this. I wish he hadn't. Instead of dipping into other hero gene pools, he needed to stay where he'd left his biggest mark! His absence is notable: there's cheesier dialogue, an absence of major characters and new characters that add little to the story. Otherwise, the story was solid, the effects I'd go as far to say were superb, except Professor X and Magneto's CGI faces set 2 decades in the past in the beginning of the film. It's the weakest of the original 3 for sure, but the acting and action still make it worth a watch.

This title has:

Too much violence
age 13+

Iffy, Especially Compared to 1 and 2...

X-MEN: THE LAST STAND is an enjoyable conclusion (maybe) to a great franchise that started in mediocrity, achieved a stellar second installment, and now ends with a bang. This movie isn't as good as #2, but it is still very entertaining to watch. The bad news is that it is much iffier than the first two X-men movies. Aside from the superhero-style violence that you would expect from this movie, two major characters are killed (both of them killed by other main characters). Both of these sequences will be harrowing for kids. There is also a significant quantity of language in this movie: "s**t", "b**ch", and "a*s" are heard several times, as well as "d**khead". There is also one fairly graphic (albiet unfinished) sexual encounter between two main characters. The woman is seen pulling off the man's belt and rubbing her hands under his shirt while she wears revealing clothing. He lays down on top of her and rubs her hips as she wraps her legs around his body (we see an extended shot of this, including some sexual movement and close-ups of pleasured faces). However, before any clothes are taken off, the encounter is ended and the man is thrown by the woman against a wall. In another scene, a nude woman is shown laying on the ground in profile. We see the entire nude side of her body, excluding genitals. We see parts of her breasts, but her arms obscure any graphic nudity.

This title has:

Too much violence
Too much sex
Too much swearing
Great messages
Great role models