‘X-Men: Days of Future Past’ Movie Review – Infinite Possibilities

Jordan Magrath

Jordan, who currently resides in Seattle, WA, has slowly become a film fanatic over the past couple of years. He attributes his love for film to the smash hit THE DARK KNIGHT which has created an (un)healthy obsession with both Christopher Nolan and the Batman franchise. Although he appreciates all genres of film, his favorite movies are typically psychological thrillers, with an emphasis on non-traditional narratives.

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3 Responses

  1. Matthew Ritch says:

    This movie is critically acclaimed, overwhelmingly positive to
    critically acclaimed hype surrounding the film, 301.5 million box
    office, and has been put in the top 5 comic book films of all time, and
    the top 3 marvel films ever. It has been estimated to make 900 million
    dollars gross revenue. There is no continuity issues you just have to
    pay attention and watch x-men the last stand and the wolverine. It is a
    fantastic script, awesome action packed fun time, sure to become the
    best summer blockbuster film of the year at this rate, and one of the
    best films of the year.

    • I disagree with the continuity part. Here’s why:

      In X3, they start with a flashback to the 1980s where X is younger but nowhere near as young as the McAvoy-version. He is also walking, presumably meaning he was injured after this point. I guess this is more of a continuity error with First Class, but you get my point.

      • Matthew Ritch says:

        non canon. that was just a mistake they rectified at the end of days of future past by doing a soft reboot of the entire franchise series