@impurestcheese: Well Ares' is pretty much a god-king there now and given the already unstable nature of the place its pretty much just waiting for something to blow up.
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@impurestcheese: Yup, All OC and yea I'll go check out Sinister 6. I'm way behind on everything here.
I'll work out the rules better as it goes along.
I was with Nova, he was saving the universe from certain death then when he came home after that dick Tony had him arrested for no other reason than not knowing about a new law that popped up while he was off fighting for everyone's lives.
@jayc1324: I agree that X2 was a better movie as far as quality, in fact I consider it the best Wolverine movie because really that's what it was.
Xavier and Magneto were the ONLY good part about that film...and Jennifer Lawrence in body paint.
This. Plus Wolverine's cameo (I found it funny).
I won't disagree, I'm just saying that from a perspective of getting to the root of what the X-Men are all about that was the part they needed to get right.
First let me start by making it clear that no it is not the best movie of the franchise from a pure quality aspect but it was the best X-men movie for one reason, it actually focused on what has always been to me the heart of what the X-men are all about which is the conflict between Xavier and Magneto.
Xavier and Magneto are the 2 ultimate symbols of both what the X-Men stand for and what they are fighting against. The development of their relationship is possibly the most important part of the story and the rest of the movies never really properly displayed this.
Some people are underestimating the turtles here, a gun or explosive is no guarantee for victory since every one of them has proven on multiple occasions that they can dodge bullets and frankly Punisher couldn't take any of them hand to hand.