X-men: First Class

X-men: First Class

Before Charles Xavier and Erik Lensherr took the names Professor X and Magneto, they were two young men discovering their powers for the first time. Before they were arch-enemies, they were closest of friends, working together with other mutants (some familiar, some new), to stop the greatest threat the world has ever known.

Following the classic Marvel mythology, this films unveils the epic beginning of the X-Men saga. As a reboot, X-Men: First Class re-imagines mutant power with the kind of youthful. The films provides answers to questions when Professor X and his followers first battled Magneto and his Brotherhood of Mutants. As the first class discovers, harnesses, and comes to terms with their formidable powers, alliances are formed that will shape the eternal war between the heroes and villains of the X-Men universe. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Taylor W (gb) wrote: This is a very sweet and incredible movie. Amanda seyfried really does it

Private U (it) wrote: A really enjoyable lesbian comedy available to watch for free in the Mediatheque!

Eric H (ru) wrote: Another one of those truly (and tragically) hidden gems -- full of great lines that you can spout ad nauseum to your friends and family until they finally see it (and, trust me, they'll thank you for it). Without question, this is Brooks' best. And true to his genius, arguably the funniest character in the film is one you never see -- just a voice on a speaker phone. If you don't become a Brooks fan after seeing this film, you'll never be one.

Joseph M (kr) wrote: A fun and pretty harmless comedy. Bullock and Caine have good chemistry in this fun satire. Plus, William Shatner sings. What more could you ask for?

Eric R (gb) wrote: Well filmmakers decided to reverse and go back down the valley after making headway with "Children of the Corn IV" deciding to go for a more dumbass approach with this fifth entry. I'm sorry but when you hire the guy who wrote and directed the notoriously bad sequel "House II: The Second Story" it doesn't bode well that your sequel is going to be any good.A group of horny young adults that we could care less about run into a colony of insanely religious children led by creepy David Carradine. One of our characters recognizes the "religion" as it was what her brother talked about before running away. Now she is hell bent on risking her friends lives to see her brother and convince him to leave... but his new family isn't too keen on the idea.Writer/director Ethan Wiley loads this film up with insanely dumb shit with plot holes big enough to drive a combine through. First off it doesn't reference any of the events of the previous films so it's safe to assume this is another completely new story into the franchise. The plot hole that gets me the most is our main character arrives in this town and is shocked to find out that her brother might be there. What? Unless the church that follows "He Who Walks Behind the Rows" has multi establishments throughout the midwest then that means she lived near this town hence her brother left to join the cult, yet she's never heard of it? Bullshit!Other dumb plot moments includes our group coming across their car being firebombed by the hellish kids in the corn so they walk to the nearest house for help. Hello! Chances are this is the place where the people that torched your car live! To top it off they fucking go Goldilocks on the place by drinking their beer, eating their food and even having sex in their beds. Fuck, they might as well wear shirts that say "Kill me, we are jackasses". The most unintentionally funny moment is after all this shit with the children goes down, our main character reveals to her friend that her boyfriend committed suicide but she hid the note in order to protect her. Talk about an inopportune moment to drop the bomb! Oh there is also some funny shit involving an internal flame that the children keep burning in a silo to make sacrifices to.Ethan Wiley doesn't seem to know what direction he wants to take the film in. He has some really silly moments and even casts cult actors Fred Williamson and David Carradine no doubt wanting to add to the fun. However he just makes the film unpleasant and completely wastes the talents of the cult cast he cultivated. Thanks for nothing Ethan!This may not be the worst entry in the serious but it still sucks. It doesn't know if it wants to be silly or serious and just comes out being unintentionally funny and unpleasant at the same time.... in sense it's just basically worthless. It was still a hit on video so more sequels were to come. Oh I forgot to mention this film also stars Alexis Arquette, yes the one that had a sex change operation no doubt to help people forget that he/she/it appeared in such drivel.

lee p (jp) wrote: just lovely stuff. saw it at a museum screening. eyes were moist and people were silent while we filed out. a meditation, using trance-inducing video and sound, and laurie as the sirit guide telling stories and jokes and making observations along the way.

Lewis E (fr) wrote: Thought I had reviewed this one already but evidently not. May be hard to track down but if you do, get ready to watch one of the elites in the martial arts genre. The roots of the famous Jackie Chan are found here and the very concept of alcohol improving their ability to fight is just fantastic.

Tim R (ru) wrote: Dicaprio and Hanks are a awesome to watch in Steven Spielberg's must film!

Matt H (gb) wrote: A whole lot of rabble rabble for not much of interest on screen.

Paul B (mx) wrote: Unsure why this needed to be actually in cinemas but this is a great 90 minute slab of anarchic Harry Hill surreal slapstick. This won't appeal to the casual observer and neither, in a way, should it - it's all over the place & some bits really hit the mark whilst others don't quite; standard for a comic caper of this kind but highly enjoyable for fans.

Maksim C (mx) wrote: This movie gave me all sorts of emotions i didn't even know i was capable of feeling.