He is back where it all began for X-Men, the opening of the film echoes the beginning of the first film in 2000. A young Erik Lehnsherr screaming in pain as his parents were taken from him in a German concentration camp during the Second World War. When addressing these ports between them bend, his despair to activate its destructive mutation. Petit, he knows he is destined to become Magneto, the villain who was brought to life in the first three films by Sir Ian McKellen.
First Class Michael Fassbender plays the mutant metal handling, delivering a dominating performance and the ice of a man driven to revenge for the horrors he suffered as a child.
Fortunately, his path of destruction is interrupted when he meets Charles Xavier, a young Oxford will be completed in the power to read people’s minds. Charles to convince Erik to work with him to carry a single mutant to break down the greatest danger, a man named Sebastian Shaw, who wants to start a third world war, caused by Russia and America in the middle of the Cuban missile crisis.
Shaw (Kevin Bacon) and his band of mutants known as the Hellfire Club, various political parties threatened to take steps toward war through the film, leading to a park, where the fleet-sur-face-off off the coast of Cuba, the passage of X-Men and found that both won the helmet of Magneto and Xavier firm lost the ability to walk.
Mutants of this film is a combination of new and familiar, including a perfectly timed cameo of a regular series, with the striking duo of blue mystery and the Beast is probably the most famous. New recruits include Banshee, which can produce screams and broken glass sonar and a relative of more familiar mutants, Adam Summers, otherwise known as the Havoc, which can create arcs of red energy surrounding his body.
The film is well beyond the continuity of its predecessors – with the strange contradictions, such as the mystic can be a teenager in 1960 and middle-aged, in 2000, explains some good techno-talk. Some of the films funniest moments will alleviate some of the hair Charles’, but one is a lot of fun to be had if I had never even heard of these characters before, so there is no need to be a massive X-Men track Geek seal of what is happening.
The dynamics of the plot is based on the difference of ideals between Charles and Eric, Carlos seeks cooperation and peace to humanity, while the mutants do not think Erik will never be accepted and push for dominance and superiority.
McAvoy shines as the young Charles, the most curious and fascinating as the incarnation of Patrick Stewart, however, and his conviction and dedication to what he believes is closed, the wisdom of his own future just waiting to open.
Fassbender is too bold impression on the strong character of Erik the opening act of the complex nature of the struggles between his feelings and actions, his past, his anger and determination to avenge the death of his mother summed up with the immortal phrase “Nevermore.”
The rest of the team’s entire cast brilliantly, with each character has their own revelations and increase their confidence and build their skills. No character seems arrogant or ignored, a testament to the skill of director Matthew Vaughn, who is no stranger to the super-hero after leading the Kick-Ass great last year.
Throughout the film has everything you want in the film: action, excitement, a glimmer of romantic and believable characters who really cares, though some are a little larger than life. Balancing all aspects of the story in the special effects, is perfect, and takes you on an exciting journey full of action with real content. The bar for all superhero movies are not action movies in general was raised.
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