Xmen First Class Review

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written by owen on 2011-Jun-05.

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I hate when reviewers come on and say that the first set of movies were wack and this new one was the best one ever! - come on dudes how do you work that logic out? How can you not like the first 4 movies in a series and start hyping up a prequel? I see lots of reviewers doing it nowadays, I don't see how you it makes sense. If you know the series and liked the first set of movies, Xmen first class will be as as predictable as it was boring.

I give it a 7 out of 10. There is at most 3 good scenes in the whole movie. If you are a fan of the previous movies and have the money to burn then wathc it otherwise wait until it comes out on cable. Its a good super hero movie, though it starts a bit slow.

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  1. I hate movie reviews all together. I prefer watching and then formulating my own opinion because everytime someone says a movie sucks, i tend to like it.

    by Tami 2011-Jun-08 

  2. i read reviews from time to time, especially to see if a movie is as bad as I thought it was. If I think a movie is good reviews won't matter much at that point.

    by owen 2011-Jun-09 

  3. you thought there were 3 good scenes and gave it a whopping 7 out of 10? Is that where 10 is the lowest and 1 is the highest?

    by Gods Child 2011-Jun-09 

  4. it was a average movie and my friend micky was totally enjoying it so I would not give it a bad rating because there is nothing really bad about it. it just wasn't all it could be.

    by owen 2011-Jun-09 

  5. There was an article in the NY times about how the movie is set in the 60s in the US and completely ignores the historical context. Then a reader commented about the gross objectification of women in the movie ie only female mannequins were destroyed in one of the scenes, Mystique wears her zippered outfit unzipped quite low, and also most women were introduced from the legs up, not to mention underwear/lingerie scenes. Sounds like it was basically the movie equivalent of cotton candy.

    by Gods Child 2011-Jun-10 

  6. I'm not surprised that a big budget american movie has absolutely no depth or context. I think they are just following the established stereotype of that point in time.

    by owen 2011-Jun-16 

  7. Ahem. Transformers is a God awful collection of pointless and ego submerged allegories with an attempt at being sentimental in each story with the heartless love for a terrible actress model who ends up perfectly fine in every single movie despite killing machine robots trampling every other pedestrian that crosses it's path.

    by Abbeylaine 2011-Dec-21