Tuesday, June 21, 2011


“X-Men: First Class” refracts to the time when Charles Xavier aka Professor X who can control minds and Erik Lensherr aka Magneto who has the power to control magnetism are close friends who have started to discover their powers the first time.  They began as closest of friends working together with other Mutants (some familiar, some new) to stop the greatest threat the world has ever known. Made to work together in a forthcoming globally critical event, a rift between them ensued in the process. Thus began the eternal war between Magneto's Brotherhood and Professor X's X-MEN that puts an end to their friendship, marking the beginning of their lifelong rivalry.

X-MEN is one of the cartoons that I grew up watching. When we were kids, we use to portray mutants with powers and i am always Storm. I am not a fan of the comics and I actually did not read it when i was a kid, but that did not stop me from liking X-MEN. I loved the movie! This is the flashback type, where in we have watched what already happened and now we are treated to something we did not know long before.  This prequel takes us back to how and where it all started. James McAvoy (Charles) and Michael Fassbender (Erik) did a great job portraying the first class origins of X-MEN. Matthew Vaughn's direction is remarkable. The fast paced movie built a hight tech and action packed first class movie for all ages. The visuals is worth mentioning too. The special effects went very well with other X-MEN movies. The mutants powers are very much appreciated thru the effects. Don't miss the chance to watch the first class movie of the year!

“X-Men First Class” is a 20th Century Fox film to be distributed by Warner Bros. in Phil. cinemas.

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