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X-Men: Days of Future Past was an outstanding film.  I’ll say it again: OUTSTANDING.  LOVED IT.  So this version of X-Men is about the future and the past.  Basically there is a robot that comes together in the future as the ultimate weapon against mutants.  It is able to change itself into anything it needs to on the spot to combat whatever mutant(s) it is facing.  It is basically indestructible.  Peter Dinklage my absolute favorite actor from Game of Thrones killed his roll as the very serious scientist behind the creation of this robot. So the plot is simple… What is “LEFT” of the remaining mutants get together and using a gift that one of them have they send our favorite Wolverine back into time (mind only) by projecting his current self into his self of yesteryear… as in… 1970′s yesteryear.  Complete with disco lights, bell bottom jeans and big hair days… The idea is they need to stop Peter’s character from creating the Robots by any means necessary and…

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X-Men: Days of Future Past was an outstanding movie.  The plot was great, the movie pace was outstanding, camera work was awesome, effects and sounds were terrific.  Loved it.

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X-Men: Days of Future Past was an outstanding film.  I’ll say it again: OUTSTANDING.  LOVED IT.  So this version of X-Men is about the future and the past.  Basically there is a robot that comes together in the future as the ultimate weapon against mutants.  It is able to change itself into anything it needs to on the spot to combat whatever mutant(s) it is facing.  It is basically indestructible.  Peter Dinklage my absolute favorite actor from Game of Thrones killed his roll as the very serious scientist behind the creation of this robot.

So the plot is simple… What is “LEFT” of the remaining mutants get together and using a gift that one of them have they send our favorite Wolverine back into time (mind only) by projecting his current self into his self of yesteryear… as in… 1970′s yesteryear.  Complete with disco lights, bell bottom jeans and big hair days…

The idea is they need to stop Peter’s character from creating the Robots by any means necessary and save the day.

I am not one for spoilers so I won’t go into detail, but let me tell you this movie was very well executed.  I wasn’t bored, I didn’t feel like there was a lag time (pacing issue), and when I left I was very satisfied and entertained by the experience.  If you like action movies, especially sci-fi related ones… you will absolutely love this film.

I’ve included a trailer for you to check out.

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