Director: Bryan Singer
Writer: Simon Kinberg (screenplay and story), Jane Goldman (story) and Matthew Vaughn (story)
Cast: Hugh Jackman, James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, Jennifer Lawrence, Halle Berry, Nicholas Hoult, Anna Paquin, Ellen Page, Peter Dinklage, Ian McKellen, Patrick Stewart, Evan Peters.
Synopsis: The X-Men send Wolverine to the past in a desperate effort to change history and prevent an event that results in doom for both humans and mutants (IMDb).
The allegations against director Bryan Singer have ostensibly not affected the financial reception of the new X-Men film, which pulled in solid Thursday-night numbers with $8.1 million from last night’s 10 p.m. showings and is on the right track for a stellar Memorial Day opening-weekend. The consensus from Twitter users seems to be positive.
Wasn’t disappointed with X-Men, actually. But I don’t think I liked it as much as most people seem to. Thought it was good, not the best.
— Austin Bosley (@austinbosley) May 23, 2014
This was the best X-Men by far. Might be one of the best comic book movies. Right up there with the Dark Knight.
— DJ Official (@djofficialdj) May 23, 2014
X-Men was sick af!
— Tay Dolla $ign™ (@TeeTurner33) May 23, 2014
GUYS, GUYS. Watch the new X-Men movie. It’s freaking fantastic. As always, touches on bigotry and other-ing (unlike other supe movies).
— Jayel Aheram (@aheram) May 23, 2014
X-men Days of Future Past = Epic & Incredible!
— Andrew Wade (@ajwade85) May 23, 2014
Disregard everything you thought you ever knew about X-Men because Days of Future Past will blow your mind.
— BJ Denker (@VanillaV1ck7) May 23, 2014
I can confirm X-men Days of Future Past is fantastic. Surprisingly funny, good action and feels all in one.
— RageGaming (@RageGamingVideo) May 23, 2014
So, I loved the new X-MEN movie! The only two weird things were Kitty Pryde’s weird time-traveling ability and Storm’s terrible hair.
— Chad Sell (@panja57) May 23, 2014