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X-Men Was Directed By Bryan Singer And Starred
a cast that went on to prove extremely successful in a gigantic franchise that a lot of people have loved for many years and since Logan is coming out in March, and it is the final Hugh Jackman portrayal of Wolverine, so he says I decided to be the perfect time to fill in the gaps to the X-men movies I haven’t reviewed and those movies are X-men 1 2 3 and origins hopefully, but we’re not quite there yet we’re still talking about some respectable X-men films here. This one came out as I said in the year 2000 and was very influential in regards to the early 2000s superhero scene because at this time we had really only had Batman and Superman in big movies before at least that had worked except for the first Blade which I really like. Where people went wow? This could be a thing like superhero movies could really prosper and not just make money but be good. One of the reasons that this first X-men movie works so well is Bryan Singer and the writers they understood what makes the characters in the comics work. It’s not just about mutant powers and action scenes and really amazing special effects.
X-Men Is About Prejudice.
It’s about fear it’s about discrimination and this film portrays that extremely well as we have a world in which people are very frightened by mutants. We have politicians who are trying to make it legal that mutants have to register themselves make themselves public make it known what they can do because mankind’s afraid of them. So this movie not only has amazing action sequences and a lot of fun cool comic-book stuff. It’s a very mature tale about discrimination.
Thats One Of The Things That Works
so well about this first X-men movie and I’m so glad. They maintain that in this film because if you’ve seen like the 90s Fantastic Four or even the 2000s Fantastic Four or blumin Fan 4, Stick or Superman 3 or Superman 4 or Batman, Forever or Batman and Robin you know that superhero movies can make the mistake of just thinking that all they have to do is be a superhero movie. All people want to see are cool costumes and special effects when they go to these films right comic books are just dumb. The only people who like comic books are idiots right wrong no I mean comics have a lot of depths and if you ever take the time to read any of the X-men comics which I have you’re going to see a lot of that. In those books and that’s one of the reasons why I’m so glad They maintained that more mature level of depth throughout this film and the next one in particular.
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Another Thing They Got So Right Was The
casting. We can look back now after seeing so many films with these characters and really praised this first movie for casting Patrick Stewart as Professor X that’s perfect casting IanNK] as Magneto Fantastic, but let’s talk about one specific person in particular and it happens to be my favorite actor portraying a comic-book character ever and that is of course Hugh Jackman as Wolverine Jackman is still portraying the exact same character. Seventeen seventeen years later, and nobody is asking for him to quit that’s how good he was in this first movie and the ones that followed his introduction in this movie where Rogue finds him in this dive and everyone’s challenging him to a fight and he’s able to win money and actually support himself just by kicking ass. It’s so perfect that’s such a great introduction to that character and he really proved his naysayers wrong because going into this film. Hugh Jackman had a lot of hate similar to Daniel Craig when he got the role of bond a lot of people are like no we know it worked now but I remember back in the early 2000s.
When I First Saw This Movie I Actually
rented the UK tape from the library. I didn’t see it in theaters and I sat down with this movie and I was. Just blown away? I was blown away because at that time I was really into the X-men cartoon and seeing all these characters portrayed so well was just such a breath of fresh air from the normal superhero stuff I was used to at that time. I keep having to reiterate at that time. I was like Batman forever Batman and Robin that’s where we’re at here you know steel with Shaquille UK.
This Movie Changed The Game But What
I think this movie doesn’t get enough credit for is the direction Bryan Singer has a lot of really great sequences in this movie. Almost every scene has a lot of energy within every shot. He always tries to keep the camera moving or make it interesting. He makes his edits not too fast but not too quick either the sequence of which Wolverine is discovering the school for the. time and he’s running around the corridors hearing Professor X in his mind is really thrilling.
It Was Also Wise To Make
the audience follow rogue at first portrayed by Anna Paquin because her character is the most naive in this entire film. We see her discover her mutation when she reaches puberty and the pure horror in her face. When she discovers that she can’t touch anyone without essentially killing them, but the audience is introduced to this world through her because she discovers things she wants to ask questions and so we as the audience want to ask questions-especially if you’re not initiated with the X-men comics, so it was smart to start with her character. So like I said they got the casting right. They got the themes of X-men right did they get the action right Yeah.
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The entire finale is very thrilling and it’s not just because the action sequences are cool. It’s because we understand what’s at stake. We understand how Magneto feels about humankind. We understand how Professor X feels and how humankind feels so since we understand where everyone’s brain is at it makes the action a lot more fun.
Its Not Just Wolverine Slicing And Dicing Its
thematically interesting and that’s one of the best things about X-men I’m gonna give X-men and a I actually think this first film is very underrated. I don’t think it gets the respect it deserves especially now when you look at like you know Civil War and everything and people go back and watch X-men movie for the first time you’re like yeah Whatever in the year 2000 I must reiterate this movie changed the game so guys thanks so much for watching my review of. up very soon with X-men-X-men United, which is apparently what it’s called despite the fact that that’s never actually shown in the movie, it’s kind of just X–but yeah, whatever Logan’s coming out soon. I can’t wait to talk about X-men with you guys thank you so much as always for watching and if you like this you can click right here and get stuck mine eyes UK you.
X-men was directed by Bryan Singer and starred a cast that went on to prove extremely successful in a gigantic franchise that a lot of people have loved for many years . Logan is coming out in March, and it is the final Hugh Jackman portrayal of Wolverine, so he says I decided to be the perfect time to fill in the gaps to the movies I haven’t reviewed and those movies are X-Men 1 2 3 and origins hopefully, but we’re not quite there yet we’re still talking about some respectable X-man films here . This one came out as I said in the year 2000 and was very influential in regards to the early 2000s superhero scene because at this time we had really only had Batman and Superman in big movies before at least that had worked except for the first Blade which I really like . The film portrays that well as we have a world in which people are very frightened by mutants, and this film portrays them extremely well as well as people are frightened by them…. Click here to read more and watch the full video