Whats your favourite and worst X-Men movie ?

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Posted by indzman (19864 posts) 11 months, 7 days ago

Poll: Whats your favourite and worst X-Men movie ? (9 votes)

X-Men (2000) 0%
X2: X-Men United (2003) 33%
X-Men: The Last Stand (2006) 11%
X-Men Origins: The Wolverine (2009) 0%
XMen: First Class (2011) 33%
The Wolverine (2013) 11%
Upcoming X-Men: Days of Future Past Trailer looks more promising 11%

BEST:

XMEN: FIRST CLASS for Magneto ( Michael Fassbender ) and Magneto theme ( ONE OF THE BEST VILLAIN THEME EVER )

WORST:

XMen (2000) , found it boring ... lol ...

#1 Posted by SaintLeonidas (26733 posts) -

Wolverine (director's cut) > X2 > First Class > X-Men >>> The Last Stand >>>>>>> X-Men Origins is how I'd rank them.

#2 Posted by indzman (19864 posts) -

@SaintLeonidas said:

Wolverine (director's cut) > X2 > First Class > X-Men >>> The Last Stand >>>>>>> X-Men Origins is how I'd rank them.

Wolverine (directors cut) ... was something new included in it ?

#3 Posted by uninspiredcup (12177 posts) -

Xmen 2 and First Class are the best in the series in my eyes.

Origins and Last Stand are the worst. Although admittedly, I still enjoyed both regardless.

I like the first 2/3 of Wolverine, it had the potential to be the best but the ending was fucking terrible. Really bad.

#4 Edited by hippiesanta (9981 posts) -

wolverine = best

X-men = last best

#5 Posted by SaintLeonidas (26733 posts) -

@indzman said:

@SaintLeonidas said:

Wolverine (director's cut) > X2 > First Class > X-Men >>> The Last Stand >>>>>>> X-Men Origins is how I'd rank them.

Wolverine (directors cut) ... was something new included in it ?

A couple new scenes, some extended scenes (the battles vs. the ninjas is MUCH longer with one really bloody and awesome set piece added) plus more swearing. It is pretty much an R rated version of the film.

#6 Posted by indzman (19864 posts) -

@SaintLeonidas said:

@indzman said:

@SaintLeonidas said:

Wolverine (director's cut) > X2 > First Class > X-Men >>> The Last Stand >>>>>>> X-Men Origins is how I'd rank them.

Wolverine (directors cut) ... was something new included in it ?

A couple new scenes, some extended scenes (the battles vs. the ninjas is MUCH longer with one really bloody and awesome set piece added) plus more swearing. It is pretty much an R rated version of the film.

Cool. Saw regular edition lol. I'll try to see if i can get to rent extended edition lol . Thanks for the info :)

#7 Posted by Behardy24 (5324 posts) -

@SaintLeonidas said:

(the battles vs. the ninjas is MUCH longer with one really bloody and awesome set piece added)

Sad that the ninja battle wasn't included in the final cut. I was real looking froward in watching Wolverine tear up ninjas in the theaters. But only left with disappointment when the ninja battle lasted for less than 5 mins.

#8 Posted by Behardy24 (5324 posts) -

X-men 2 and X-men First Class. The other released movies are poorly crafted. I hope Days of Future Past will give me hope that the rest of the X-men can be great.

#9 Posted by Korvus (6916 posts) -

I Think X2 was the one that made me really get into the X-Men movies...my biggest disappointment was The Wolverine.

#10 Edited by indzman (19864 posts) -

@behardy24 said:

X-men 2 and X-men First Class. The other released movies are poorly crafted. I hope Days of Future Past will give me hope that the rest of the X-men can be great.

I wished Matthew Vaughn ( Who directed First Class ) had directed Days of Future Past. They even removed Magneto theme from this movie. Same old boring Bryan Singer directing it again :(

#11 Edited by Behardy24 (5324 posts) -

@indzman said:

@behardy24 said:

X-men 2 and X-men First Class. The other released movies are poorly crafted. I hope Days of Future Past will give me hope that the rest of the X-men can be great.

I wished Matthew Vaughn ( Who directed First Class ) had directed Days of Future Past. They even removed Magneto theme from this movie. Same old boring Bryan Singer directing it again :(

I don't keep up with directors and the movies they make, so I don't have a full opinion on Singer or Vaughn. But the thing I will admit is that X-men has everything it needs to succeed. It has a triple-A budget backing it and a perfect set of cast members. Even after all these things, most of the movies are just not great. Maybe it's the director, maybe it's the writer. I dunno know, but I just hope days of future past turns out well. I want another good X-men movie. I real do.

#12 Posted by Behardy24 (5324 posts) -

@korvus said:

I Think X2 was the one that made me really get into the X-Men movies...my biggest disappointment was The Wolverine.

Same here.

#13 Posted by chessmaster1989 (29704 posts) -

X1, X2, Wolverine, and First Class are all good, hard to rank them. X3 and Origins both suck.

#14 Posted by TruthTellers (3393 posts) -

X2 was the best, Origins Wolverine was trash. Anything with a Black Pee Eye in it is an automatic fail.

#15 Posted by Rennik_Repotsir (7 posts) -

Best: XMen: First Class
Worst (tie): X-Men: The Last Stand (2006); X-Men Origins: The Wolverine (2009)