2014 / Director. Bryan Singer.
Review by Sean Dumee (12 Years Old)
I have asked my son to contribute short film reviews to the site. These assignments are an alternative to homework on nights when the school provides none.
The X-men trilogy is a great thrilling tale of evolution if it was to give us powers. The newest addition to the epic series is X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST. This instalment is a great tale of changing the one event that lead to the collapses of the whole world and the defiance of the natural inevitability of evolution. The movie is about Logan shifting his mind back into his younger self and stopping Raven (Mystique) from killing the man who invented the sentinels. What was wrong with that was none would believe him when he died and it became the focal point in time allowing the alternant reality that he was trying to create. The whole movie was outstanding. Towards the end Wolverine walks through a metal detector and it was silent and he turns around and looks surprised at that point (I laugh so hard but I was the only one laughing in the whole cinema). Over all the movie was awesome and a great sequel and prequel (at the same time). I was astounded at all the people who left during the credits. Everyone knows that at the end of Marvel movies there are little cut scenes that make you want to watch more. At the end of the credits there was a picture of a blue woman that was a telekinetic building the pyramids.