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X-men: Days of Future Past

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Arise, X-Men! An all-star forged, together with Hugh Jackman, Michael Fassbender, James McAvoy, Halle Berry, Jennifer Lawrence, Ellen Web page, Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart assemble and put together for battle on this superior journey full of nonstop motion and pleasure. The indomitable heroes of the original X-Men film trilogy join forces with their younger selves in an epic struggle to rewrite the past and preserve the future as legions of ruthless Sentinel robots hunt down mutants and humans alike.

Side Ratio ‏ : ‎ 2.40:1
MPAA ranking ‏ : ‎ PG-13 (Dad and mom Strongly Cautioned)
Product Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 0.7 x 7.5 x 5.4 inches; 2.72 Ounces
Merchandise mannequin quantity ‏ : ‎ 35344853
Director ‏ : ‎ Bryan Singer
Media Format ‏ : ‎ Widescreen, NTSC
Run time ‏ : ‎ 2 hours and 12 minutes
Launch date ‏ : ‎ April 19, 2016
Actors ‏ : ‎ James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, Jennifer Lawrence
Dubbed: ‏ : ‎ French, Spanish
Subtitles: ‏ : ‎ English, Spanish, French
Studio ‏ : ‎ twentieth Century Fox
ASIN ‏ : ‎ B01CE00PZI
Variety of discs ‏ : ‎ 1

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    I’ll be brutally honest: I saw all the X-Men movies in one sitting, and as a result, I tend to forget about this particular film. Many times I get puzzled when someone recounts a moment from this movie, and I’m like, “wait, it happened in THIS movie? Until now, I had always associated this event with the First Class/Apocalypse duo.” I’d rather take responsibility for my own disappointment than place it on the movie.
    In my opinion, X-Men: Days of Future Past connects the events of X-Men: First Class to those of the previous canonical films and aids in the removal of the less successful entries, such as The Last Stand and Origins. The movie opens with, as usual, mutants being attacked and eliminated. So Wolverine travels back in time to prevent Bolivar Trask, a defense contractor, from being murdered by Mystique, thereby saving everyone. Wolverine made it to the 1970s, when he was still a mutant sans vibranium. He has to track out Magneto, the Beast, and Mystique, as well as Charles Xavier, to get things moving.
    Mystique’s abilities were harnessed by Bolivar Trask, who then built a fleet of mutant hunting robots. Originally designed for use in the Vietnam War, plans changed with the revelation of Mystique and Magneto to employ the robots in the search for mutants. They wanted mutants exterminated regardless of whether or not they are conscious creatures. This is when the roles of wealth and influence become apparent. Bolivar agreed to build such robots at Nixon’s request, and Nixon only commissioned them because of Bolivar’s sway. There was a circular pattern of finger-pointing.
    And when Professor X, Wolverine and Quicksilver approach Magneto to free him, we finally get to see the famed Quicksilver sequence, when he takes out all the jail guards single handedly. It was the movie’s most memorable scene, and no amount of praise could ever do it justice. The sequences set in the present day added to the intensity, and at the conclusion, when Mystique must decide whether or not to murder Bolivar, it’s a real nail-biter to see if the mutants of the present day will make it. All the mutants from the previous films are shown to have been revived at the conclusion, resuming the saga just where Bryan Singer’s X2 left off.
    Relaunching an established series is an arduous task (read Sonic 06). Knowing what significant plot points need to be excised from the series in order to save it is just half the battle; the reboot/reimagining film also has to be excellent or it will simply add to the brand’s reputation as hot rubbish. That is why I think it deserves more praise than it has gotten so far. It single-handedly revived a flagging franchise, integrated a highly acclaimed prequel into the main storyline, and earned rave reviews and box office receipts. This film definitely has what it takes to become a classic among the X-Men franchise.

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    I like it a lot; there were some humorous moments, and Jamie Fox showed that he is more than just a pretty face. Channing Tatum did a good job, too, balancing comedy and grief as he tried to bond with his daughter Emily (who has a romantic interest in the White House, which is how they got into this situation). In the long run, Emily’s (Joey King) acting career will pay off, and she’ll become a household name. As entertaining a villain as James Woods was to hate, it was difficult to feel sorry for him when he became sick. Maggie Gyllenhaal, Nicholas Wright, Lance Reddick, and even A** Peter Jacobson were other notable highlights. I highly recommend this action flick. If my kids were little again, I’d say they’d be in their mid-teens before I’d have to tell them anything. I’m having a blast and I hope you are too.

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