Here’s hoping this is a return to form!
Time-travel saves the day for both our heroes and filmmakers alike, in X-Men: Days of Future Past. Allowing the original story and prequel to co-exist and tie up loose ends, original X-Men director Bryan Singer returns to add some style to their universe. Bar time-travel their might not be a lot new going on here, but for pure enjoyment what could be better than Wolverine in the 70s.
In an apocalyptic future X-Men are being hunted down and killed by Sentinels, giant robots able to replicate their mutant powers. Devoid of all possibilities Professor Xavier (Patrick Stewart) devises a plan to send Wolverine (Hugh Jackman) back in time to the 70s, to prevent the creation of the Sentinels. When he arrives though things aren’t all that simple, with a hopeless young Xavier (James McAvoy) and Magneto (Michael Fassbender) bickering over Mystique (Jennifer Lawrence
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