X-Men: Days of Future Past
There is one trademark of the X-Men franchise that I’ve continuously noticed. The films are never truly horrible, yet they never truly transcend their genre. Of the first six films, the consensus seems to be that “X2: X-Men United” was the best film, though I’d contend it was “X-Men: First Class”. Where the latest installment, “Days of Future Past” stands is currently up in the air, but it certainly has earned a spot as a contender for the X-Men heavyweight world championship.
Like it’s predecessors, “Days of Future Past” has a healthy dose of disappointment in it’s ingredients, but a higher quantity of that essential component, which I like to refer to as “tight shit”, to offset it.
In my opinion, it is absolutely impossible for one to dislike an X-Men film, mostly because the viewer already knows whether they will enjoy the film before seeing it. For some reason, people sometimes go to films that they expect to dislike, so I’ll save everybody some time:
Do you want to see future-Wolverine (Hugh Jackman) time travel back to the 70’s and fuck shit up, while Jennifer Lawrence runs around wearing nothing but blue paint?
“This totally counts as clothes, right?” - Jennifer Lawrence