PG-13 | | Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi
The X-Men send Wolverine to the past in a desperate effort to change history and prevent an event that results in doom for both humans and mutants.
With this film, and especially the extended "Rogue Cut", Bryan Singer essentially ignores several plot points from other films in the franchise, so as to streamline and focus on the plot of this one. For example, Wolverine still maintains his adamantium claws ... ...
The future: a dark, desolate world. A world of war, suffering, loss on both sides. Mutants, and the humans who dared to help them, fighting an enemy we cannot defeat. Are we destined down this path, destined to destroy ourselves like so many species...
When the young Professor X goes back to his room after rejecting Wolverine's request for help, it shows his room littered with alcohol bottles, as well as a picture of Raven (in human form), with an ash tray with a rolled joint in it sitting slightly behind it to the right (but in plain view). The camera then cuts to a close up of Raven's picture, but this time there is nothing behind it, the night stand had been cleared off for the close up.
SPOILER: There is a scene at the end of the closing credits: a mutant stands in front of a crowd chanting his name, as he telekinetically assembles a pyramid in the air. This leads into X-Men: Apocalypse (2016).
English, Vietnamese, French
HUF 74,664,256 (Hungary) (25 May 2014)
$233,921,534 (USA) (28 February 2015)
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