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X2 (2003)

The second X-Men film makes its debut in my Marvel watch-through. This movie really highlights the relationship struggle between Humans and Mutants, it literally starts a war. 334 more words

Media/Pop Culture

Patrick Stewart receives Gregory Peck Award from SDIFF

2017 SAN DIEGO INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES FULL FESTIVAL LINE UP

SIR PATRICK STEWART TO RECEIVE THE GREGORY PECK AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN CINEMA

117 Films Chosen in Narrative, Documentary, Spotlight and Short Selections… 2,068 more words

Movies

[Trans][Cherik] Conspiracy of Kisses

Author: Aleceron

Translator: Chestaro Hoàng

Rating: General Audience

Archive Warning: No Archive Warnings Apply

Category: M/M

Fandom: X-men: First Class (2011) – Fandom

Relationship: Erik Lehnsherr/Charles Xavier… 5,397 more words

Charles Xavier

Logan (2017)

Plot: Set in 2029, Logan (Wolverine) is caring for an ill Professor X, hiding out from the world. That is until he meets a young mutant girl that needs protecting from the people who want to capture her. 383 more words

Science Fiction

[Trans][Cherik] The Tower and the Hurricane

Author: dreamlittleyo

Translator: Chestaro Hoàng

Rating: Explicit

Archive Warning: No Archive Warnings Apply

Category: M/M

Fandoms: X-men: First Class (2011) – Fandom, X-men (Movies)

Relationships: Erik Lehnsherr/Charles Xavier, Irene Adler (X-men)/Mystique… 646 more words

The Tower And The Hurricane

Beyond Professor X and Oracle: Moving Disability Awareness Forward

This is a repost from my old blog.

I’ve been involved in a lot of conversations discussions about portrayals of people who use wheelchairs in prominent television and movie roles. 2,221 more words

Diversity And Equality

Logan Review

One Last Time

It has been seventeen years since Hugh Jackman donned the now iconic role of Wolverine, and what a ride has it been. In every X-Men movie, no matter how bad, Jackman has been praised for perfectly embodying the role of the famous comic book character and bringing him to the big screen. 779 more words

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