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Robert Downey Jr.,
In the 1960s, superpowered humans Charles Xavier and Erik Lensherr work together to find others like them, but Erik's vengeful pursuit of an ambitious mutant who ruined his life causes a schism to divide them.
The human government develops a cure for mutations, and Jean Gray becomes a darker uncontrollable persona called the Phoenix who allies with Magneto, causing escalation into an all-out battle for the X-Men.
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This was...disappointing. All the best tools were there: great actors, deep characters, good scenery and effects, sound and music, even the plot. The implementation was maddening.
Unfortunately every time Jean Grey is portrayed she comes across like a maniacally crying baby, whether it's anger or confusion but not often than not both- repeatedly. I can comprehend what she's going through but I just can't *feel* it. She is never represented as a strong character and that isn't fair.
Scott is just a paper doll and the rest of the Xmen aren't allowed to shine when she's the focus. The dialogue was FULL of cliches and only Professor X seemed to speak from the heart. The pacing was strange- horribly slow most of the time and then quick when there was more needed to say.
Overall not worth seeing. Consider the comic if you need closure.
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