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X-Men: Apocalypse
Since the dawn of civilization, he was worshipped as a god. Apocalypse, the first and most powerful mutant from Marvel's X-Men universe, amassed the powers of many other mutants, becoming immortal...  View more >

Starring James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, Jennifer Lawrence...  View more >

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Jun 1, 2016
Ok so this was without a doubt in my thoughts one of the best ways to spend a memorial weekend it was exciting filled with action to the core fun for almost anyone 12 and older due to some disturbing violence I would say 11 or 12 should be old enough but its loads of fun go see it
Jun 2, 2016
The question that i asked myself before I write my review is how do I convince moviegoers to get away from "Captain america: Civil War" and go see "X-Men: Apocalyse" I don't think I can, but I'll give it a shot. to tell you the truth, X-Men: Apocalyse" is as great as "Captain america: civil War," but there are some good moments. ther is compelling villain who calls himself Apocalyse who is more terrifying that any mutant villain, and it's up to the X-men to stop him and it won't be easy. I know this isn't the best of the X-Men and after you saw 'Captain America: Civil War" about five times ( I saw the movie only once) you need a break to see the movie. My favorite moment in the movie; Quicksilver rescuing a group of students from the school as it explode. You have got to see this.
Jun 21, 2016
X-Men: Apocalypse is a fun movie, without a doubt. It is not as good as the other modern X-Men films, (First Class and Days of Future Past) but it is still entertaining. Honestly, the modern X-men movies are truly telling the story of Professor X and Magneto, McAvoy and Fassbender respectively. In this film, the audience sees an even deeper level of emotion from Magneto. With some of the original X-Men teaming up with a younger wave of heroes, we see impressive action scenes and effects, while also getting moving, emotional dialogue from multiple characters. There is even one of the best film cameos from another hero in the X-men franchise. Not perfect by any means, but a new installment in a struggling franchise.

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