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X-men: Days of future past
« on: May 27, 2014, 12:30:55 PM »

I just saw this on Saturday night.  It was a really good movie.  I saw the first X-men, but I am not sure that I saw any of the others until First Class.  I thought the first one was ok.  This one, in my opinion, was much better, and also better than First Class (which I also liked better than the first one).  Good story, good action, and the scenes with Quicksilver were entertaining. 

Anyone else seen this yet?
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Re: X-men: Days fo future past
« Reply #1 on: May 27, 2014, 12:59:50 PM »

I saw the sneak preview last week. Yeah, Quicksilver stuff was great, probably what stuck with me the most especially the bit with the song.

I liked it a lot, not as much as I like First Class but still a lot. I'm confused by the ending, the very end I mean, the end after the main end, the part with... SPOILER!!!!!!!!


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Re: X-men: Days fo future past
« Reply #2 on: May 28, 2014, 09:07:16 PM »

Good movie. They completely ignored large chunks of what happened in X3 and created seemingly out of nowhere EXTREMELY significant powers for Kitty that she's never had before - but taking that all in stride I really liked it. Michael Fassbender might as well change is name to Erik Lensher, I'm quite certain he must have the power to move metal in real life.  :love0030:
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