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X-Men: First Class was the first X-Men movie that I loved. The original trilogy started strong, then crashed and burned in the final third. And the less said about X-Men Origins: Wolverine, the better. 329 more words


X-Men: Apocalypse knows exactly what it's doing in a return to its comic book roots — but is it for the best?

Bryan Singer’s X-Men films excel when they focus on emotional drama to drive the story instead of bloated action sequences, villainous master plans or other convoluted set-ups prevalent in superhero films. 585 more words


X-Men Apocalypse (2016): Bits and pieces

  1. When you have an actor of the charisma and caliber of Oscar Isaac, you don’t bury him under tons of blue make-up (no matter what the comic book origins) and alter his voice digitally, so as to render him unrecognizable.
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A Frank discussion: Interview with Kenny Childers

Editor’s Note: This story was originally published on defunct, Central Indiana arts website Sky Blue Window on October 27, 2014. Content, formatting and style changes may differ from the original version.  1,496 more words

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X-Men: Apocalypse Review

It has been quite a hit-and-miss when it comes to comic book movies this year. I mean, it started with a bang with Deadpool, then… 439 more words

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MMT Quick Review: Reboot! a non-spoiler review of XMEN: APOCALYPSE by Darryl King

Is the world coming to an end or are we waiting for the end… of this movie? X-Men: Apocalypse is an ambitious movie as it strives to introduce us to an established mutant universe, launch brand new actors playing our favorite mutants while bringing us the greatest villain within the mutant universe… Apocalypse! 655 more words

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X-Men: Apocalypse 2016

Trying to top the last big success with X-Men: Days of Future Past seemed a little too hard for Bryan Singer. After giving us three very good X-Men movies with X-Men (2000), X2 (2003) and X-Men: Days of Future Past (2014), this is probably the lesser of his movies, but by all means not a bad movie per se. 108 more words