There can be one without spoilers but I'm not starting it.
I thought it was right up there with Captain America in terms of a morality play and trying to walk the line of right and wrong with consequences.
I thought the action was ok and the story was good but what really interested me is having seen these characters through so many movies, I felt very invested in them.
I was a bit confused about where this is set in the timeline and I feel like there's plotholes if you look too close. I could be wrong, but something did feel a little strange with how the timeline felt, but that's pretty common in time travel stories.
At times I felt embarrassed watching the drama of the characters, but in a good way if you know what I mean. Xavier's pitiful position at the beginning of the movie felt painfully awkward to watch and seeing how low he's fallen does strike a cord.
In the final act, Magneto and Mistique's moments do feel kind of off but that doesn't really detract from the movie. The whole ending really does feel a little forced, but I still really enjoyed it.
This post was edited on 5/22 at 11:33 pm