This movie is cool and in the same genre as the others; but I think it is a bit over the top. They bring Jean (Famke Janssen) back form the dead, but she has no control over her powers, and her inability to control turns into a power that can take atoms apart, and basically destroy everything. She accidentally kills her boy friend Cyclops (James Marsden), Dr. Xavier (Patrick Stewart) tries to keep her in an induced coma, while she heals, but Wolcerine (Hugh Jackman) feels they are imprisoning her and lets her out. Then all trouble breaks lose. Xavier becomes a victim of the atom thing and is killed.
A sub plot is the development of an antidote for the X-men phenomena. All who want to be cured of being X-men just need to ask. This becomes a recruitment tool for Magneto. Beast (Kelsey Grammar) plays a big part, both as a politician and an X-man. Storm (Halle Berry) takes over Dr. Xavier's school. Thus the big battle between X-men under Magneto (Ian McKellen, and those who follow Dr. Xavier. It is fought in San Francisco.
The last battle is a bit intense. It is about even until Jean/Phoenix starts dissolving everything. Then only Wolverine can save the day.
Something I don't understand. How is Dr Xavier in future movies if his atoms have been scattered all over the place. Maybe someone can explain.
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