“X-Men: Days of Future Past” Review

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“X-Men: Days of Future Past” Review

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Constanza Flores | Staff Reporter
Posted May 28, 2014; 9:10 a.m.

A new science fiction film directed by Bryan Singer brings together all the past “X-Men” movies.This last reunion of the X-Men will bring a new survival war of the mutant species through two periods of time.

The characters of the original trilogy bind together with the young version of themselves from “X-Men: First Generation.” The epic battle must change the past in order to save the future.

The X-Men will have to avoid an apocalyptic future in which the mutants fight to survive in the concentration camps of the sentinels, which are mutant-hunting robots–the antagonist of the film.

In order to survive, all the mutants will have to unify their forces, leaving behind the differences between Charles Xavier and Magneto. The only salvation is to go back in time and try to prevent the slaughter.

Poster depicting some of the main characters as their past and future self. Photo courtesy of www.noob-online.com

Poster depicting some of the main characters as their past and future self.
Photo courtesy of www.noob-online.com

This is a great movie, in my opinion, because it addresses all of the unknown and unexplained issues from past movies. Also, this movie gave me insight into the story of X-Men in general. In addition, I believe that “X-Men: Days of Future Past” was a creative film because of all the superheros that appeared throughout the movie. 

However, I would suggest seeing the past films before buying your ticket to see the newest one.