PG-13 | | Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi
In 1962, the United States government enlists the help of Mutants with superhuman abilities to stop a malicious dictator who is determined to start World War III.
This was Álex González's first film in English. He enjoyed playing a villain, as most of his film roles in Spain were for "good guys."
Mother. What are you... I thought you were a burglar.
Mrs. Xavier: I didn't mean to scare you, darling. I was just getting a snack. Go back to bed. What's the matter? Go on, back to bed.I, I'll make you a hot chocolate.
Charles Xavier: Who are you? And what have you done with ...
(at around 55 mins) In the establishing scene outside the secluded Russian manor house an ostensibly Russian military helicopter lands, clearly displaying its UK Civilian Register mark of G-CHOP. The aircraft is a licence built Westland AB-47G.
SPOILER: The X-Films' title sequences features a weapon used by the villain of each film, backed by the X-Men's Cerebro device. In this film the title appears on the side of the Nazi coin Shaw gives to young Erik Lensherr, which he later uses against Shaw. As this is a prequel, Cerebro does not appear.
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