I needed more than this!.
After much hype, I finally got around to seeing X-Men. Some of the
and set peices were alright, but I somehow was left wanting more at the
This movie appeared to be a starting point of a possible franchise, as the
characters were introduced to the viewers without any real story to them.
I was left wondering what might've been. Hopefully a sequel will be more
than this brief exercise....
gadero watch La Vita è Bella movie
Write your review here:.
trakinaz84 watch The Devil's Rejects movie
trakinaz84 watch Episode List For "Seinfeld" movie
ilobash watch Friday movie
monitosdeamor watch High Score movie
good film .
parada toto som nečakal.
best comic movie.
This movie is freaking awesome.
I love this movie.
If this film had been given to the wrong director it could have been
incredibly cheesy. Being a reader of the comics I know that there are a
few things that works on the page of a comic book but not in a film and
let me say that the costumes is one of these things that in all
probability wouldn't work. Singer chose to go with black leather
outfits and I, for one, am very thankful for this choice. There are
many things in this film that works but unfortunately there are a few
things as well that prevent the film from being truly great.
Lets start with the things that work. Acting wise the film is very
good. This is above all attributed to some excellent casting. Hugh
Jackman is simply perfect as Wolverine and brings out the duality of
the character in a very satisfactory manner. Also the scenes were we
see a glimpse of the rage in the character work remarkably well. The
only thing that could be said about him is that he is too tall but it
seems most people, including myself, have accepted this fact. I think
also that it was a wise choice to let a relatively unknown actor play
the part because in that way we have no preconceived notions about him.
As for Professor X no other man than Patrick Stewart could/should play
him. Stewart simply becomes Xavier both in presence, voice and looks.
An example of perfect casting. Ian McKellen is brilliant as Magneto and
succeeds in creating a human villain rather than the usual clich.