Mania Review: X-Men: Days of Future Past Comments -


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ElBaz13 5/25/2014 6:44:48 AM

  raa2001. I'm entitled to my opinions (although in multiple posts thanks to Mania)


hanso 5/25/2014 7:25:39 AM

 Baz take ur different opinions somewhere else we dont want your kind here.  How dare u sir how dare u

ElBaz13 5/25/2014 7:33:09 AM

 Ha ha! Hey, I didn't hate the movie, just don't think it's the almighty best of the best. 

There was still lots of good stuff. 

ElBaz13 5/25/2014 8:00:55 AM

Don't you have codes to trade or diapers to change?

Wes1970 5/25/2014 6:00:05 PM

 Wow lots of comments here but ya best X men movie yet. And while it can be said that they didnt tie up all the problems with the other films...X3 and Wolverine Origins...I can't see any better way to do it.  As for the debate on what did or didnt happen ...

We can figure that many of the events would have still taken place from the first two films. But that with the knowledge that Xavier gained from looking at Wolverine's memories he could have made adjustments as to how he dealed with them.  Some of them being totally avoided as in with Jean Grey but others not in the Striker and Wolverine relationship. I think that could be explained as being either outside his scope of influence to stop Striker before he gets the adamantium put inside but I think a better one is that he was able to see that if he did interfere with the procedure then future events that involve Wolverine would be changed for the far worse.  Think about how important the adamantium has been to Wolverine in his comic book history. Imagine him fighting the Hulk with no unbreakable bones...haha short career for Wolvie.  Even if I doubt we will ever get to see that fight on screen in live action. 

Also I have only seen this once so far, going again this weekend, so i could be wrong but at the end I dont believe it showed his claws or anything that would indicate if he has his adamantium or not. Same can be said for Jean, as for her power levels or what Xavier might have done differently to fix the problems he created in her. 



Moz72 5/25/2014 6:18:25 PM

Saw it today, LOVED  IT! Also stayed for the extra scene at the end, can't wait for Age of Apocalypse! So now that the timeline has been rebooted, or retconned, wondering if ALL the X-men will be in X-Men Apocalypse.

Thought just occured to me... when Wolverine wakes up at the end, shouldn't his first thought have been  to pop his claws to see if they were bone or adamantium?

ElBaz13 5/25/2014 7:07:35 PM

Nothing like waking up in the morning and popping a bone

fatpantz 5/25/2014 7:08:36 PM

Lost my post.  All I can say is awesome movie.  Solid A

Lots of comic fan boy chills down the spine.  Cant wait for Apocolypse...hopefully we see a little Warren Wrthington III/Moira storyline come out there.  Way to get back to the comic continuity!!!

My only question/complaint would be that they chased Mystique for her powers when all she can do is take the image of a mutant, it almost seemed like they wanted to use Rogue, but her character wouldnt have fit into their timeline.

Loved the end cameos too btw!

ElBaz13 5/25/2014 7:10:25 PM

Not all X-men. The next one takes place in the 80s. So it's  still McAvoy, Fassbender, Lawrence. McKellen and Stewart are getting too old anyhow and Fox wants to take advantage of Lawrence's star power. Don't blame them. Jackman is back. No doubt now Xavier knows him, he will recruit him for the X-men earlier than the 2000 film. Nick Hoult is also confirmed and heard the rumour it will be teeanage Scott, Ororo and Jean.

gammenon 5/25/2014 8:03:31 PM

 Saw it yesterday and just like most of everybody here, I liked Days of Future Past a lot.  Xmen 3 is now a distant memory.  It seems the success of the Marvel Studios is forcing others to step their game up. 

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