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Two mutants come to a private academy for their kind whose resident superhero team must oppose a terrorist organization with similar powers.

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original title: X-Men

genge: Action,Adventure,Sci-Fi


imdb: 7.5

duration: 1h 44min

tags: We're Not What You Think

budget: $75,000,000

keywords: mutant, professor, superhero, superheroteam, firstpart, blueskin, canadianabroad, canada, logancharacter, eriklehnsherrcharacter, professorcharlesxaviercharacter, roguecharacter, scottsummerscharacter

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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? In a world where both Mutants and Humans fear each other, Marie, better known as Rogue, runs away from home and hitches a ride with another mutant, known as Logan, a.k.a. Wolverine. Charles Xavier, who owns a school for young mutants, sends Storm and Cyclops to bring them back before it is too late. Magneto, who believes a war is approaching, has an evil plan in mind, and needs young Rogue to help him. ...or homoerotic, for that matter. Finally, a director has decided to not only make a movie based on a comic book, but also has decided to take it seriously. Many past directors have always seemed almost embarrassed of the fact that their main character is a man that dresses like a bat or a pretty boy in blue and red spandex. The people and stories are then treated as these campy jokes. It's insulting to anyone who reads the comic, and to people who expect a high-flying action flick and get cheesey one liners. Brian Singer is the first director that doesn't seem embarrassed by his subject, and it helps. I am not a "fanboy" or at least I wasn't before the film, so I had no reason to feel betrayed by the little differences. But even the most hard core comic fans have to admit that no one was shamed in this movie. All the characters were treated with respect. Some were under-used, but that is not the same thing. There were no groaners as far as the dialog goes (with the possible exception of Storm's "do you know what happens to toads that get struck by lighting?" line. what was that?), and the villains didn't dance around screaming "I'm so eeeeeeevil" a la Batman. I think the comic fans should rejoice! Plus, not for nothing, but don't you think it is a bit daunting to include 30 or so years of backstory into one movie without tweaking information or consolidating characters? I think they did a fine job. Just thought I'd give my two cents on a great little movie, simply cause I can. God bless the internet. From the time I was 11 until I was 15, I admit-- I came home every day and watched 'X-Men' cartoons. And I loved them. So when I heard that there was going to be a movie, I couldn't wait. But oh, the wait was worth it. I don't care how many screenwriters it has (many props to Joss Whedon of 'Buffy' fame), or the fact that there was no Danger Room, this movie flat out rocked. Bryan Singer is an amazing director, and his touch kept 'X-Men' from being campy and heavy-handed. Hugh Jackman as Wolverine-- people, in two years, you won't be able to escape this guy. But why would you want to? He was absolutely amazing, for fan-boys and non-fan-boys alike (hey, I'm a chick!), the embodiment of everything Wolverine could, would, and had to be. Anna Paquin as Rogue? You may laugh, but she made me ache, what with the can't-touch-you problem and the inner strength. What I mean is, just because she doesn't look like Rogue in the comics doesn't mean she can't be Rogue. I think it was a great opportunity for her to flex her acting ability a bit, and hopefully in the sequels (you know there will be) she'll really get to use the whole flying aspect of her power, too. Halle Berry was not, however, the person for Storm. Growing up on the streets of Cairo? I think not. Angela Bassett would have been awesome (to borrow an idea from the Stranger). Scott Marsden played Cyclops exactly as he should be, a bit of a self-righteous jerk, but basically a good guy. Famke Janssen looks EXACTLY like Jean Grey, and Patrick Stewart was his normal elegant self.

Villans: Ian McKellan is great at whatever he does, but even the Magneto getup towards the end made him look like a little Lego man. Ms. Romijn-Stamos played a great Mystique (watch how guys in the theaters crane their necks for a better view), and Ray Park's martial arts skills, formerly showcased as Darth Maul, were missing as Toad. However, did you catch the Ep.One joke?

All in all, I very much appreciate the main arc of the story being Wolverine and Rogue, not Cyclops and Jean. They were always my favorites. It was well-written, well-acted, all that good stuff. This is definitely the new yardstick to judge all comic book films by from now on. Kevin Smith is right in saying it's one of the top five. It's plain awesome, which is exactly why I ended up dropping $16 this weekend to see it twice. You have to, so you catch all the little things you miss the first time. I can't wait for the sequel. Recedes to a string of mere action exploits. These are proficiently executed but, for all their visual authority, not much more than routine. When her first kiss puts her boyfriend in a coma, Marie D'Ancanto (Anna Paquin) recognizes that she'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 (Hugh Jackman). 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 (Patrick Stewart), who leads a group of mutants called the X-Men