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Regie Bryan Singer
Kanada, USA, 2000
Sci-Fi, Action, Drama

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The first installment of the successful movie franchise based on the Marvel comics begins with two mutants, Rogue and Wolverine, finding their way to Professor Xavier’s School for Gifted Youngsters with a war between humans and mutants lingering on the horizon.

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X-Men Regie Bryan Singer

Auszeichnungen & Festivals

Hugo Awards

2001 | Nominiert: Best Dramatic Presentation

Empire Awards

2001 | Gewinner: Best Director


Viewed through the lens of modern superhero extravagance, X-Men is practically a haiku. Singer’s working relationship with cinematographer Newton Thomas Sigel has produced glories, but this film is shot anamorphically in ways that show restraint, if not incompletion.
May 13, 2016
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  • HKFanatic's rating of the film X-Men

    Although it's been rendered almost quaint by subsequent blockbusters, when "X-Men" first hit theaters it was something of a revelation. Only three years removed from the campy shlock of Schumacher, Bryan Singer and his DP Newton Thomas Sigel ("Drive") chose to approach the material as science fiction allegory, bathing the film in inky shadows and deep blues, and as a result sold audiences on the reality of its world.

  • msmichel's rating of the film X-Men

    A somewhat weak adaptation saved by good casting of Ian McKellan and Hugh Jackman marked a half decent start to the series. Seemed unfilmable when first announced and was a pleasant surprise year of release. Rewatching now really doesn't stand up in today's advanced cgi world. Singer's promise of public access and usual suspects was already fading away by this point.

  • mjgildea's rating of the film X-Men

    3 1/2 out of 5 stars. X-Men isn't exactly the best comic movie ever and doesn't quite hold up but its not a bad start to the series, especially when you stop to consider this is the movie that broke the seal for the subsequent tidal wave of comic book movies. Either amazing (Stewart, Jackman, McKellan) or awful casting (Berry, Janssen) with decent direction and setup for other movies in the series.

  • Zac Weber's rating of the film X-Men

    This was a big deal when it was released almost two decades ago. The fight sequences are lame, but in general, it's pretty entertaining to see the mutants deploy their special abilities. Patrick Stewart and Hugh Jackman were great casting moves.

  • Palmat's rating of the film X-Men

    Good flick with excellent casting and solid acting. The action scenes are pretty inept and clunky and does little to up the pace and urgency. They rather slow down the story than speed things up. The photo is ok but pretty bland as is the score and effects. Had it not been for the decent story and the accomplished cast this would not have been very memorable.

  • ig_____or's rating of the film X-Men

    X-Men are one of the few superhero sagas that I manage to watch, probably because I started watching the films as a kid. This first take has its cheesy moments, no doubt: from Storm’s outfits (and Halle Berry’s acting skills) to Cyclops’ glasses, and the whole speech about hope and so on. However it’s fairly entertaining, with some cool scenes, and Magneto, Jean Grey and Mystique make it work.

  • Ethan's rating of the film X-Men

    Bryan Singer did an excellent job of bringing the X-Men to the screen. Hugh Jackman will forever be Wolverine.

  • Phil Worfel's rating of the film X-Men

    Pretty bland but it was the film that made the superhero genre a commercial juggernaut. The second film is a masterpiece of the genre.

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