X-Men: Days of Future Past – 2014

X-Men:

X-Men Days of Future PastGenre:
Action
Adventure
Science Fiction

Release Date:
May 10, 2014

Duration:
131 minutes

Plot:
Professor Xavier (Patrick Stewart) and Magneto (Ian McKellen) decide to send Wolverine back in time. And they do have a very good reason for their effort: the future is even more bleak than their worst nightmares. Sentinels created by Trask Industries have killed almost all mutants and then started to exterminate the rest humanity. When Wolverine arrives in the past, he tries to guide young Xavier (James McAvoy) and what is left of the X-Men team, as we saw them in X-Men First Class. But in order to succeed, they must seek the help of Magneto (Michael Fassbender) who is imprisoned in a secret basement under Pentagon. Prison break from such a place? You need someone who can’t be caught… Quicksilver who is faster than you can imagine! They all must combine their mutant powers, and they don’t have any margin for errors, if they want humanity to have a second chance. Will Magneto put aside his ego? Will Xavier succeed in reconciling ordinary humans with mutants?

Our impressions and movie review:
Bryan Singer performed like in a recital. After the mediocre, or maybe total failures, X-Men Last Stand and X-Men First Class, I must admit that I was very sceptical about the new move. Fortunately, the Days of Future Past is almost perfect and has many special effects. The writers did a good job, and we must say that the story is based in a magnificent comic book script by Chris Claremont and John Byrne that was published in 1981 on Marvel Comics’ X-Men. Jennifer Lawrence as Mystique has a leading role. Peter Dinklage, who we first met at Game of Thrones, stands well in the shoes of Dr Bolivar Trask, the evil guy at Days of Future Past, or should I say he steals the show. And I’m telling you one thing: they are planning X-Men Apocalypse for 2015.

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X-Men: Days of Future Past – Trailer (greek subs)

Credits:

Writers:
Simon Kinberg, Jane Goldman, Matthew Vaughn

Director:
Bryan Singer

Cast:
Hugh Jackman – Logan / Wolverine
James McAvoy – Charles Xavier
Michael Fassbender – Erik Lehnsherr (young Magneto)
Jennifer Lawrence – Raven / Mystique
Halle Berry – Storm
Nicholas Hoult – Hank / Beast (young)
Anna Paquin – Rogue
Ellen Page – Kitty Pryde
Peter Dinklage – Dr. Bolivar Trask
Shawn Ashmore – Bobby / Iceman
Omar Sy – Bishop
Evan Peters – Peter / Quicksilver
Josh Helman – Major Bill Stryker
Daniel Cudmore – Colossus
Bingbing Fan – Blink
Adan Canto – Sunspot
Booboo Stewart – Warpath
Ian McKellen – Magneto
Patrick Stewart – Professor X
Lucas Till – Havok
Evan Jonigkeit – Toad
Mark Camacho – President Nixon
Mike Dopud – Mafioso
Lee Villeneuve – Mafioso
Andreas Apergis Andreas Apergis – Colonel Sander
Michael Lerner – Senator Brickman
Zabryna Guevara – Trask Secretary
Kelsey Grammer – Hank / The Beast (senior)
Famke Janssen – Jean Grey
James Marsden – Scott Summers

Production Companies and Distributors
Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation
Marvel Entertainment
Dune Entertainment
Odeon

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