"X Men: The Rise of Men" is the third film in the X Men movie franchise. In it, Michael Douglas plays the role of Professor X. He is the leader of the X Men, and has taken over for Magneto, who has recently been killed. The team now consists of Scott Summers (XXXX), Josephine Greengrass (Sylvia Smallwood), Stormie (Karen Allen), and Jubilee (Samantha Houghton).
In previous movies, Professor X had undergone some serious mental and emotional problems. He was bipolar and experienced a split personality. This was shown when he had an argument with Magneto and caused a split in their mind, creating two opposing ideas. This became a major issue for him as he struggled with his psychic abilities and could not control them at will. After having a terrible fight with Magneto, he went into a mental institution to be treated for his condition.
In this movie, he slowly regains his mental stability by going into therapy. During this time, he becomes much more accepting of himself, but not before he tricks his team to perform a mission for him. While he is there, he encounters the Cyclops (Bryan Adams) and Jean Grey (Haylie Duff). He is surprised that Cyclops and Jean Grey are X Men and deduces that they are meant to work together.
During the course of the film, several members of the X Men decide that they have to end their feud with each other, which leads to a bloody battle. Professor X tries to calm everyone down, but doesn't succeed, as Cyclops severely injures him. Jean Grey ends up killing him and leaves the team.
Outside of this movie, there are many rumors, and theories circulating about where the character ended up. Some people say that Professor X went to a mental institution to get treated for his illness, while some say he died in the blast that devastated Los Angeles. Other people believe that he became Magneto and became a terrorist because he had a vision of the world being destroyed by Magneto's Brotherhood. These are only a few of the many theories that are out there, and it is up to you to find out for yourself.
Professor X was a key member of the X Men and also created the team. There are several X Men characters who played a major role in the team's history, such as Wolverine, Scott Summers, Dr. Ormond, and Beast. None of these characters stayed on the team permanently, but they were important players for a long time. That is why we can still see traces of their images in the movie X Men: The Last Stand. If you like these actors, then you might want to go see The Last Stand when it comes out in theaters around the summertime.
One of the most important factors about the movie X Men: The Last Stand is how the director allowed some of the characters to die. It is very strange to think about, but some of the X Men characters were killed in the movie. I know that some fans have been disappointed with certain plot twists, but I can understand where they are coming from. There was a major fight between Storm and Surge, and it seemed that the death of one of the characters could have been a way for the plot to follow a different course. Luckily, most people are satisfied with the end result. In fact, the ending is one of the main reasons why I enjoyed The Last Stand so much.
The Last Stand is based on the events of the original x men series and follows the story of Scott Summers and Jean Grey. Though they are both teenagers at the start of the movie, they quickly become older, and this causes an increasing amount of friction between them and their teammates. This intense sibling rivalry can be seen throughout the movie, and it was an interesting part of the movie to watch. Not only did it make for some great movie watching, but it also added a lot of conflict and drama to an already great movie.