X-MEN: APOCALYPSE- Review
I've seen all the X-Men films including the ones that Bryan Singer wants us to forget. This one is not horrible. It's perfect adaptation of the 90s cartoon series on screen. However, that's my main issue. I was a teenager who didn't understand plot & needed everything spoon fed to me at the time of cartoon series. Now, I'm an adult who still enjoys these films... First Class & X-Men (2000) had real issues at the core about prejudice & civil rights but still entertained with a story about mutants. Days of Future Past & X2 had groups of discriminated individuals uniting against common a threat (Stryker/Trask) that turned the narrow-minded government against them. Fear of mutants lead to the governments in these movies leading towards a path of destruction. Heavy plots telling a timeless story. Last Stand & Apocalypse have mutants bent on destruction of mankind because mutants are better than mankind? Maybe Stryker & Trask were right? Quicksilver scene was pretty sweet again. PIZZA DOG!
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