mais fixe do que muita cena que anda aí, pior são os efeitos, ou são harry potter, depois ficam dc, depois ficam marvel, depois ficam sharknado, depois ficam bons de repente, depois é só maquilhagem, pa manquem-se
Fancy watching a group of very talented people burn $200m? Sadly, they chose to make this film instead. As usual, Fassbender is in an entirely different and much more interesting film - the scene with his family in the forest has an intensity that the rest of the film does not deserve.
The "X-Men" property arguably reached its peak in the 80's and early 90's, a time when fighting robots in a neon yellow jacket outside the mall because your parents didn't understand you could be considered the height of cool. Bryan Singer makes a smart play by firmly situating his sequel in that era, skewing on the right side of comic book camp and in the process delivering the best "X" film in over a decade.
Solid entry in the long running franchise that's merits outweigh its' cons. Effects work is excellent and several thesps rise to the occasion here especially Fassbinder, Sheridan and Evan Peters (just give us a Quicksilver film already). Many others succumb to their one note costumes and poor Mystique just looks bored this time. With all the set pieces within nothing matches the previous entries 'time in a bottle'.
An ass-numbingly long slog that is either too boring or too loud but never entertaining outside of the "Sweet Dreams" sequence at the mutant academy. The entire affair is just an ugly and merciless excuse for an hour and a half of thespian acting that feels more like a lackluster stageplay and a final hour of intermixed action sequences that are derivative and indistinct. One of the worst superhero films in years.
It's not a bad movie but without the fun, the special effect and action, it's "meh". Too many characters are the film's main problem and I think this movie is made for the fans of the franchise. Maybe Singer just need to stop here for X Men franchise.
There's a scene in the film when Cyclops, Nightcrawler and their teenybopper mutant friends walk out of RETURN OF THE JEDI complaining "the third one is always bad". You chuckle in agreement as Bryan Singer pokes fun at the atrocious X-MEN: THE LAST STAND. But, by the end of APOCALYPSE, you realize the meta joke has cut too close. This lumbering mess of recycled scenarios and mind-numbing action isn't much better.