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X-Men: Days Of Future Past (2D)
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X-Men: Days Of Future Past

English, Telugu, Tamil, Hindi
05 Jun, 2014
2 hrs 02 mins
729 votes
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The ultimate X-Men ensemble fights a war for the survival of the species across two time periods in X-Men: Days of Future Past. The characters from the original X-Men film trilogy join forces with their younger selves from X-Men: First Class in an epic battle that must change the past - to save our future.
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Back at the helm of the Fox/Marvel franchise he successfully launched 14 years ago, director Bryan Singer stages a stealth reboot by introducing a playful time-travel element to the ongoing saga, bringing two generations of mutantkind together in a story that toggles cleverly (if not always 100% coherently) between the political tumult of 1973 and a not-so-distant dystopian future. ...Read full review
With a whoosh, the X-Men go forward to the past, or possibly sideways to an alternative present. This headspinning and chaotic time-travel adventure is written by Jane Goldman, Simon Kinberg and Matthew Vaughn for director Bryan Singer: a funky, surreal experiment in counter-factuals and variant myths. It channels Watchmen, The Terminator, The Matrix, Life on Mars and Independence Day. At its best, it`s delirious, crazy fun with splashes of passion and romance; at its worst, it gets muddled (the way time-travel films will always tend to) and becalmed in its own fanboy portentousness. ...Read full review
Singer wastes no time in putting you in the thick of the action from the beginning, with a fight scene between mutants and Sentinels (truly devious beasts with an array of powers that make them seemingly unstoppable). Magneto (McKellen) and Professor X (Stewart) have allied as they know that the mutants are in a sticky situation thanks to the Sentinels. Professor X patiently explains to Wolverine (Jackman) that the latter has to go back in time to 1973 and make contact with a young Charles Xavier and Erik Lehnsherr (McAvoy and Fassbender, respectively). Kitty Pryde (Page) uses her powers to send Wolverine back in time, Into the mix is the shape-shifting Mystique/Raven Lawrence) with unbelievable fighting skills. She`s out to take out Dr. Bolivar Trask (Dinklage), who has created the Sentinels to destroy the mutants. But Trask also wants to study Mystique`s blood for his devious plans. Among the standout scenes is one that involves Quicksilver (Peters, excellent) and a prison break that itself is worth the ticket price. ...Read full review
First things first X - Men: Days of Future Past is strictly for X-Men fans, if you have not been following the franchise then it may be tough to sit through the two hour film. When the film starts we first see the future where robotic sentinels have been programmed to somehow track down and execute mutants. Magneto (Ian McKellen) and Professor X (Patrick Stewart) are around and are losing the war but they continue their fight.The remaining X-Men, now clad in futuristic black rubber have a plan in mind: using the teleportation abilities of Kitty Pryde (Ellen Page), she will now send Wolverine (Hugh Jackman) back to the 1970s. His job is to stop the creation of the Sentinels. The tough part for him is to get Dr. Xavier and Magneto to work with him again. ...Read full review