|I found that X-Men: First Class has put a new
lease on life by launching a prequel that is new and fresh.
This well-developed version shows the younger Professor X and Magneto
as they learn unique skills and powers as very young boys.
It's"first class" all the way and a hugely enjoyable blockbuster that
gets everything right.
|As prequels go, this one is one of the best.
Set in the turmoil of the 1960's, not only does it tell the origin of
the X-men, but explains the relationship of the mutants.
A complex tale told in a James Bond cold-war setting (complete with
cartoon villain AND a map of world domination), it is both entertaining
and serious (at times a little TOO serious).
But don't despair, the pathos is severed in a hilarious cameo by
|The Marvel comic book sequel, X-men:First Class, is a prequel to
the previous four X-men movies (If you count Wolverine).
This film resolves mysteries about the past of Professor X and his team
It is a much younger group playing the mutants in the beginning of the
X-men, when they are discovering and learning how to control the
special powers that set them apart from the human race.
The flick is full of special effects and well acted, with lots of
explosive action sequences.
It's a good movie to use your comic book imagination on.