No. This is one of those movies you watch on HBO late at night when there’s nothing else on… and then completely forget that you even saw it.
Yes. Chris Evans plays the lead in this sci-fi thriller, but the real star is the absolutely killer premise.
Yes. If you enjoyed Rise (which you should have), than you’ll find this to be a worthy successor that includes even more amazing work from Andy Serkis.
No. The only thing extinct by the end of this dud was my patience.
No. Even with a strong performance from Guy Pearce at its center, the pacing and distracting original score keep this one from getting off the ground.
Yes. Not the most elegantly made film, given the questionable choice of tone and dragged out last act, but hearing all that amazing music in context is a thrill.
Yes. Many (read: most) of the jokes are played for too long, but the charm of the leads and the meta-humor about sequels really sell it.
No. The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars, but in our script.
No. I do have to admit that I was impressed… with just how much stupidity they were able to cram into one movie.
Yes. The one sentence structure of this site is really hindering my ability to fully explain just how much I *loved* this movie.
No. A solid 40 minutes of material… stretched across two agonizing hours.
Yes. If (and only if) you’ve been diligently following the X-Men film series, you will see your faith rewarded in this rousing merger of casts and storylines.