X Men Days of Future Past Review

X Men Days of Future Past Review

If you are a X-Men film lover, you are going to love the latest flick X Men Days of Future Past movie. Professor X (Patrick Stewart), Magneto (Ian McKellen), Wolverine (Hugh Jackman), Storm (Halle Berry) and Kitty Pryde (Ellen Page) are back together again. X Men: Days of future past is the 7th sequel of the X Men series and like all the previous movies it is a full of drama and action.  The movie is based on the time travel theory, where Wolverine is assigned a task to bring old rivals together and revive their relationship to make the future better. Although Wolverine was sent back in the time, Mystique gets a great chance to play important role in the movie. The entire movie revolves around her.

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X-Men Days of Future Past Story

In the late 1970’s, politicians become aware of the existence of mutants and they feel that these mutants will become a matter of concern and humans are unsecured because of their presence. So to fight mutants, a scientist named Dr Bolivar Trask started to work on creating robotic weapons to fight mutants. Magneto and Professor X has to come together and convince them that X-Men are not a threat to the mankind. Their task is to convince US President as well as Dr. Bolivar so they stop the project robot that would create a bigger threat in the future. In fact, this task is assigned to Wolverine to go back in the past and help them to achieve the same for the better future of the X-Men. Unfortunately, Magneto and Mystique (Jennifer Lawrence) had a different opinion and plans to murder the scientist on their own.

In the present time, the robots are set to kill all the mutants. They are so powerful that the existence of X-Men was in danger. They almost come to an extinct. Professor X and Magneto make a plan to send a mutant to the past and work with Professor X and Magneto of that time to stop Mystique from doing something that will make things worst in the future.  Professor X and Magneto selects Wolverine to go in the past as he has the capability of healing instantly. As mentioned earlier, the movie is on time travel theory, wolverine does not travel physically, but he travels to the past to complete his task through his conscious mind.

X Men Days of Future Past Review

Our Review of the Movie

Unfortunately, the 7th sequel of X-Men is not enticing as previous movies. You might feel that it is a lengthy movie, but the script is perfectly written. As you would expect, there are many questions unanswered. There is a mystery about professor X who is alive in the days of future past, he already died in the X Men the last stand, the mystery is still not revealed, however, the movie is fantastic and would say a must watch movie if you are a fan of an action movie. It’s probably the best movie to watch this weekend and you would enjoy watching your favorite stars from X-Men flick. The sound effect and graphics were flawless like always.  If you have not seen the movie, than watch it now and enjoy x Men days of future past.

 X Men Days of Future Past Star cast

X Men Days of future past is a 20th Century Fox. MPAA Rating: PG-13.

Running time: 2 hours and 11 minutes.

Directed by : Bryan Singer

Produced by : Lauren Shuler Donner, Bryan Singer, Simon Kinberg, Hutch Parker

Music By: John Ottman

Cinematography: Newton Thomas Sigel

Starring: Huge Jackman, James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, Jennifer Lawrence, Halle Berry, Anna Paquin, Ellen Page, Nicholas Hoult, Peter Dinklage, Ian Mckellen, Patrick Stewart

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Our review: 3.5/5

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