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X-Men: First Class Review | FleshEatingZipper

FleshEatingZipper says: "I sat down today (finally) and watched the latest in the X-Men franchise. Read on after the jump to see what I thought about the new film. The latest installment of the X-Men series of movies takes us back in time to the age when Erik Lensherr (Magneto) and Charles Xavier (Professor X) were working together toward a mutual goal. One could say they were “friends”, though one would have to admit the “friendship” was somewhat tenuous."

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alycakes4498d ago

Those were my feelings exactly. I enjoyed it very much but I didn't think it was an exceptional film. I thought it answered a couple of questions for me but it left me with a couple more. I was disappointed with the Wolverine cameo but whatever!

darklordzor4498d ago

I thought that was the best use of a cameo appearance ever. It fit in perfectly. Loved it!

Defectiv3_Detectiv34498d ago

I was really disappointed with this movie myself. It was nice to see them try and expand on the concept but ultimetaly it still fell into the same traps as the other films. It was overstuffed with lame characters that are barely developed. There was definitely a harry potter/twilight thing going on with the first class, and I thought it detracted from the more interesting parts of the story.


Denzel Washington Being Eyed To Play The MCU's Magneto

With Disney reportedly looking for a person of color to fill the role of Magneto in the MCU, Denzel Washington appears to be one actor being eyed.

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Eiffel1476d ago (Edited 1476d ago )

Do it. It'd be hilarious. To hell with this capeshit trend already.

Aldous_Snow1476d ago

LMFAO. So stupid but I'd laugh hard if it happened

AllAroundDistraction1475d ago

Will smith needs to be in this version. Big fan... maybe as Cyclops... who is your pick for wolverine?


20 Idiotic Decisions Made By Characters In The X-Men Franchise


If the movies have taught audiences anything, it’s that fictional characters make a lot of dumb decisions – like, a ton of them. All the time. In most cases, this happens as a result of lazy screenwriting – filmmakers force characters to do things that they’d probably avoid doing in real life in order to move the plot forwards. Sometimes it’s just easier that way, and who – really – is all that bothered about things like “realism”? Right?

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