Movie Review: X-Men: Apocalypse


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Possible spoilers ahead!


A decade after the events of “X-Men: Days of Future Past,” humanity remains divided on whether mutants are a threat, but some progress has been made after the public takedown of Magneto in 1973. Since then, Charles Xavier opened a school for mutants, and Mystique became a mythic hero for mutants all around the globe. Now, she frees oppressed mutants and dismantles anti-mutant movements from the shadows.

However, when an ancient power re-emerges after several millennia, enlisting the help of powerful mutants for the purpose of freeing mutantkind from the shackles of humanity, Mystique and Charles must join forces one more time. They can’t do it alone though, and will need help from the next generation of X-Men. But can Xavier’s students turn into soldiers in time to save the world?


Bryan Singer’s “X-Men: Apocalypse” is more than a decent follow-up to the epic Days of Future…

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