X-Men. The last stand

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X-Men. The last stand
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Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation
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Beverly Hills, Calif
20th Century Fox Home Entertainment
Widescreen [ed.]
1 videodisc (104 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Special features: 10 deleted scenes; 3 never-before-seen alternate endings; Director commentary by Brett Ratner; Producer commentary.
Directors of photography, Philippe Rousselot, Dante Spinotti ; editors, Mark Goldblatt, Mark Helfrich, Julia Wong ; music, John Powell ; costume designer, Judianna Makovsky ; production designer, Edward Verreaux ; special effects supervisors, Mike Elizalde, Mike Vezina ; visual effects supervisors, Paul Beilby, John Bruno, Charley Henley.
With the help of their new recruits, The Beast and Angel, the X-Men must face evolution itself in the form of their former teammate, Jean Grey. Possessed with the cosmic power of the Dark Phoenix, the resurrected Jean Grey has become a danger to herself, her mutant comrades, and the entire planet. A potential cure is discovered and processed to treat and ultimately eliminate the genetic mutations, once and for all. As the battle lines are drawn, the X-Men must contend with both Jean Grey's world- consuming powers, as well as the malevolent Brotherhood.
MPAA rating: PG-13; for intense sequences of action violence, some sexual content and language.
Twentieth Century Fox presents in association with Marvel Entertainment a Donners' Company production ; produced by Avi Arad, Lauren Shuler Donner, Ralph Winter ; written by Simon Kinberg & Zak Penn ; directed by Brett Ratner
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