X-Men: Days of Future Past (Bryan Singer – 2014) B+

It’s really tricky to bring together the universe of the young and old X-Men but the film does a good job with that. There are some fantastic set pieces, especially the Quicksilver one, and some characters that we care about. I had a good time and with some (or a lot) suspension of disbelief it mostly works.

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