- Oct 25, 2017
The trailer makes it look worse then Hellboy. Using a slow somber cover of The Doors This is the End is like the worst example yet. That's already a somber song. It was good enough for Apocalypse Now.
That's extremely close to my own order. Seen it like that, it's actually quite interesting how Logan and the Deadpool movies kind of bridge the large gap in quality between the good X-Men movies and the bad ones; and in more general terms, how later movies in the franchise bridged the dizzying, yawning quality abyss between X1/2 and X3. :DIMO, X1 > X2 > First Class > Logan > Deadpool > Deadpool 2 > DoFP > The Wolverine > Apocalypse > Origins > X3
They've always been my favorite comic, so it's been really rough seeing how much they keep botching it.
And odd that Deadpool did it so much better. (I'm still bitter about Jubilee constantly getting shafted, especially in Apocalypse, when you had this great actress and everything, then... nada.)
Bruh, if you wanna watch the movie and think you’ll like it, I’m not about to talk you out of it. Go with God.
They’ve made over 10 X-Men films. I’m sure Fox is doing fine with the property.
Fox isn’t doing anything with it anymore lol. But do you, chief.
Lol you say this till the MCU manages it with ease.
They really aren't, all of the X-Men movies have always recycled the same plot of Xavier vs Magneto. They messed up with X-Men 3 that they had to write it out. Wolverine origin was suppose to be the first of the X-men origin series which got canned due to Wolverine: Origin bombing and eventually being written out.
First of all, Disney owns FOX now, so ???
This isn’t the issue... if people thought the movie would be decent, they’d go see hoe this particular series ends.
From an audience vantage point: this has been one gigantic, incomprehensible reboot of the very thing they spent millions of dollars retconning in Days of Future Past.
Most folks will see the new X-Men in five years and wonder why everyone is played by new actors for the third time.
I doubt it. We’ve had numerous Batman, Superman, and Spider-Man now. Plus they’ll be in the MCU which should feel different enough to Fox’s version
Its CBR so I'm going to guess it's not accurate at all. I've never heard of box office pro either.
It’s the latter. Audiences are just worn down by the last two extremely subpar X-Men. Then they removed X-Men from the title, taking away the name recognition which was the only thing this (very likely) pile of garbage had going for it.