SYDHiT Review - X-Men: First Class

SYDHit writes:
Did you like the first two X-Men movies? Me too. X-Men 2 is one of the best comic-book movies of all time in my opinion. Let’s not kid ourselves though, the last third of those first two X-Men movies weren’t great, turning into a muddled mess that was poorly edited and directed, making the first two thirds almost feel like a different movie. X-Men: First Class, on the other hand, doesn’t have any such trouble. From spectacular beginning to unfortunate end, X-Men: First Class stays consistent and puts X-Men 2 to shame.

alycakes4500d ago

I won't know about it putting any other movie to shame until I see it for myself. I know I'll probably like it a lot but then I have my own feeling about every movie I see. This one has a feel of it's own.

artsaber4500d ago

I must go see it. Perhaps it is the X-Men movie all fans deserve.

arjman4500d ago

This is definitely the best X-Men movie I've seen, it's also a very good movie in it's own right. The character development between Erik and Charles is great and it doesn't lack in both emotion or action. Where the previous movies seemed to rely on explosions and action with little to no character development (apart from X2), this one strikes a good balance between action and development and is worth a watch


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