X-men Days of Future Past
The “X-Men” are back again, the timeless social political fantasy is back. Since the 80’s the X-men have tackled the traumatic realities of racial tension and racial identity, in this film Charles Xavier, Wolverine, Rogue, Shadow Kat, and the Iceman join forces with their younger selves from “X-Men: First Class”. This is a very good movie with smooth a seemless CGI (computer generated imaging). The mutant powers are crisp, vivid and realistic, even Halle Berry is back! I enjoyed the movie along with my mysterious date. Payed attention to most of the film but it was annoying just enough in parts to give me the excuse to flirt, the story line could have ben executed a little better, I didn’t like Wolverine in this one. Overall the film is solid, with something in it for all ages. Rated P-13, X-men Days of Future Past is a vivid depiction of heroes in an epic battle that must change the past – to save our future!