I think the title couldn't be better!
It really stays with you after you leave the cinema and a lot of people that saw it are talking about it.
I see what Glazer is trying to do here but 'm not sure if he succeeded entirely. I don't think it is that unsettling mirror on humanity we see, that the director intended.
None the less, it has some very good scenes. The baby on the beach, the threatening vibe you…
I loved X2 and First Class… but this one … hmmm… not really.
I never read the comic books so there is no nostalgia here. And maybe that is why I don't understand the high ratings for this film.
The problem of showing a lot of characters is that they become superficial. This is exactly so for the old cast (except for Wolverine) who really don't convince now as they did in the past.
So the ones that do get…
I didn't want to see a hollow sci-fi movie nor did I needed a district 10.
The idea wasn't ground breaking but it could have worked out. Could have.
Just keep the story about a tough factory worker who gets into an accident and then tries to save his own life. People can relate to that. But no, after that pitch the audience needed some more stimulant. Probably to make the protagonist more hero like, because that's what the audience…