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In the near future, when children are being born with a special X-factor in their genes, giving them special powers and making them mutants, the seeds of a new Holocaust are being sown by Senator Robert Kelly. The situation brings into opposition the fellow mutants and former friends, Erik Lehnsherr, a.k.a. Magneto, and Professor Charles Xavier. While Xavier wants a peaceful means of stopping the hatred toward mutants, Magneto seeks to even things out with a machine that would speed up the mutation process in all humans, making everyone equal. To stop Magneto, Xavier brings together a special group of mutants called "X-Men" to stop him. In the meantime, two mysterious mutants emerge: Logan, a powerful and aggressive mutant with no past, no memories, and a young girl named Rogue. Their quests for identities eventually land them in the sights of Xavier and Magneto, but for what purpose?
Across the world, children are born with an extra twist to their chromosomes that allow them to exhibit superhuman abilities: fire a beam of force from their eyes, sprout wings that allow flight, or read men's minds. These 'children of the atom' are often feared and despised by the world, forcing these mutants to resort to desperate actions. However, one group of mutants have banded together to show the world that it need not fear their kind. Apart, they are simply scientific curiosities, freaks and monsters - but together, united by their shared belief, they are more. They are the uncanny X-Men.
Was it worth the wait? Well, I read my first X-Men comic 20+ years ago and dreamed of a movie since then, so probably not; but it is a very good movie. It is true to the comic, with an actual story to go along with the action and special effects.<br/><br/> The acting is strong, Stewart (Prof. X) and McKellen (Magneto) give their usual strong performances but it is Hugh Jackman (Wolverine) who really steals the show. Jackman IS Wolverine. The rest of the cast does a good, if somewhat under-used, job; I hope future sequels will better use the under-appreciated Halle Berry (Storm).<br/><br/> As a longtime X-Men and movie fan I definitely recommend this movie. As an aside, do now worry if you do not know they &quot;mythos&quot; behind the X-Men, it is adequately explained throughout the movie.
I remember looking forward to finally seeing a big Marvel Comics character on the big screen. While I thought the movie was OK, it really felt to safe and a bit like a TV Pilot. The movie actually starts off well and is well shot and until Sabertooth attacks Logan in the woods and we get a sense of what&#39;s to come. The major action sequences in the train station and Statue of Liberty are dark/poorly shot and staged as if there was no time to rehearse or train. The movie also feel like it&#39;s missing a middle act somewhere to build up to the finale. The highlight of the production design is the X mansions basement levels which do look pretty cool. It&#39;s unfortunate that the movie didn&#39;t have a larger budget/more time and a more experience crew. It could really have been a big blockbuster instead of an average summer movie.
The most enjoyable piece of pop fantasy of the summer; sleek, elegant, exciting and wildly, outrageously imaginative.
When her first kiss puts her boyfriend in a coma, Marie D&#39;Ancanto (<a href="/name/nm0001593/">Anna Paquin</a>) recognizes that she&#39;s a mutant and takes off on a journey away from those she loves, lest she harm them with her touch. Now calling herself Rogue, she meets Logan, another mutant who goes by the name Wolverine (<a href="/name/nm0413168/">Hugh Jackman</a>). When their camper gets in an accident, they end up at the Xavier School for Gifted Youngsters, a cover school for mutant children on in Westchester County, New York. There they are introduced to the director, Professor Charles Xavier (<a href="/name/nm0001772/">Patrick Stewart</a>), who leads a group of mutants called the X-Men—Doctor Jean Grey (<a href="/name/nm0000463/">Famke Janssen</a>), Scott Summers aka Cyclops (<a href="/name/nm0005188/">James Marsden</a>), and Ororo Monroe aka Storm (<a href="/name/nm0000932/">Halle Berry</a>). Unfortunately, they come in direct conflict with the Brotherhood of Mutants, led by Xavier&#39;s old friend Eric Lensherr, who now calls himself Magneto (<a href="/name/nm0005212/">Ian McKellen</a>). Magneto and his followers—Sabretooth (<a href="/name/nm0541932/">Tyler Mane</a>), Toad (<a href="/name/nm0661917/">Ray Park</a>), and Mystique (<a href="/name/nm0005381/">Rebecca Romijn</a>)—are cooking up a plan to turn the world&#39;s leaders, all of whom are meeting for a summit on nearby Ellis Island, into mutants as a means of insuring the acceptance of mutantkind by humans. X-Men is based on the Marvel Comic book series, also titled either X-Men or The Uncanny X-Men, created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby in 1962. The story line and screenplay for the movie were written by David Hayter, Tom DeSanto, and Bryan Singer. The success of the movie led to eight sequels including close-knit spinoffs: <a href="/title/tt0290334/">X2 (2003)</a> (2003), <a href="/title/tt0376994/">X-Men: The Last Stand (2006)</a> (2006), <a href="/title/tt0458525/">X-Men Origins: Wolverine (2009)</a> (2009), <a href="/title/tt1270798/">X: First Class (2011)</a> (2011), <a href="/title/tt1430132/">The Wolverine (2013)</a> (2013), <a href="/title/tt1877832/">X-Men: Days of Future Past (2014)</a> (2014), <a href="/title/tt3385516/">X-Men: Apocalypse (2016)</a> (2016), and <a href="/title/tt3315342/">Logan (2017)</a> (2017); a loose spinoff being the Deadpool film series. Cyclops can&#39;t control his optic blasts when his eyes are open or uncovered by the lens (in his combat visor) or lenses (the Oakley sunglasses) that he normally wears. The original history of the character according to Marvel canon has always maintained that Summers lost the ability to control the beams when he and his brother survived a fall—the impact resulted in brain damage that permanently disrupted the control Summers would have had. When he was young, a doctor/scientist developed &quot;ruby quartz&quot; lenses that contain the beams, and Scott was required to wear them continuously. Toad, using his tongue, snatches Summers&#39; combat visor, causing Scott to release a quick blast before he realizes what happened and closes his eyes. Scott is then forced to keep his eyes closed for the remainder of the scene, leaving him all but helpless. Jean stabilizes Wolverine telekinetically, while Storm blows him to the top of Magneto&#39;s machine. Cyclops gets off a blast that knocks Magneto away from the machine, allowing Wolverine to rescue Rogue, who is near death. Holding Rogue near to him, Wolverine transfers his regenerative ability into her, bringing himself near death, too. He wakes up in Jean&#39;s laboratory, lying next to Professor Xavier, who has recovered from his coma. When Wolverine is fully recovered, he decides to relocate to an abandoned military compound near Alkali Lake in the Canadian Rockies in hopes of learning more about his past. Just before he leaves, a news broadcast shows what can only be Mystique impersonating Senator Kelly (<a href="/name/nm0001117/">Bruce Davison</a>), who publicly announces withdrawal of his support for the Mutant Registration Act. In the final scene, Xavier is playing chess in Magneto&#39;s plastic prison cell. Magneto warns Xavier that the war is still coming and he intends to fight it. &quot;And I will always be there, old friend,&quot; Xavier assures him. It is unknown whether Toad was killed by Storm&#39;s attack. Toad was hit by lightning and then hurled screaming into the air, splashing in the water. As he still made sound while falling, the electricity of the lightning was probably not lethal. Provided that Toad fell from one of the stories within the foundation of the Statue of Liberty (where the exhibition is located), his plunge was at least 65 feet (20 meters), and could have been as high as 154 feet (47 meters). A fall onto a water surface from such heights can be lethal, but is not necessarily so. Besides, Toad is a mutant with a physique capable of jumping enormous heights and dropping onto other people without harm to himself, so he could have survived the fall into the water. This, of course, does not rule out the possibility that he passed out and drowned. A set was constructed (and not used) inside Stryker&#39;s underground bunker for X2, which was meant to be the stage for a fight between Nightcrawler and Toad, so the filmmakers probably intended for Toad to have survived his fall. Sabretooth is hit by Cyclops&#39; optic blast, sent through the wall of the Statue of Liberty, and sent plummeting into the roof of a boat and likely into the water below. It is unclear whether or not he is dead. Given that he can survive falls from great heights, this wouldn&#39;t be a concern, his healing abilities would be able to mend any broken bones. However if he was knocked unconscious either by the optic blast or the impact from the fall, he could have drowned. He doesn&#39;t appear in the two sequels to this film and is never mentioned again.
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