Wolverine days of future past

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The story, inspired by the Uncanny X-Men storyline "Days of Future Past" by Chris Claremont and John Byrne, focuses on two time periods, with Wolverine.

X-Men: Days of Future Past

Minor Plot hole : Mystique helps a bunch of mutants escape a busy Vietnam military base in a cargo plane while being disguised as an army colonel and the moment they leave she turns around and morphs into a blonde chick in front of hundreds of other soldiers and no one notices her. Furthermore, the plan itself is pointless since Mystique didn't incapacitate or kill William Stryker who left the tent and identified the plane that the mutants took to escape. He has legal authority and could simply reorder the plane to land or prepare a nice welcoming committee for them. Quicksilver might be lightning fast but his s Sony Walkman sure as hell isn't. Minor Plot hole : Why bring Xavier to the Pentagon if he doesn't have any powers and is literally worthless in their escape plan?

X-Men: Days of Future Past was, for me, an excellent superheroic adventure, filled with "everything is at stake" drama, "so cold it burns" betrayal and "shirtless Hugh Jackman" action. But it bears only a passing resemblance to the "Days of Future Past" saga from X-Men and , the comic books on which the movie is based. Yes, it's about sending an X-Man back in time to stop Mystique from assassinating a political figure, thus rewriting the future. But there are several changes that have occurred in translation, not the least of which is the story's main character: Instead of Kitty going back to warn the X-Men, as she did in the comic book, the task is given to Wolverine on film. Obviously, the decision was made based on box-office appeal. But it's not just about star power.

Based on the Days of Future Past comic written by Chris Claremont and John Byrne , the film stars Hugh Jackman 's character Wolverine rejoining with the X-Men during a dystopian era where mutants are being made extinct by mutant-powered robots known as Sentinels. X-Men: Days of Future Past was released worldwide on May 23, to highly positive critical and audience reviews, praising the story, action, thematic elements and the visual effects, and is currently the second highest best-reviewed film of the series. The beloved characters from the original X-Men film trilogy join forces with their younger selves from the past, X-Men: First Class , in order to change a major historical event and fight in an epic battle that could save our future. In a dystopian , where the world has been ravaged by constant war, we find Central Park turned into a prison camp with mutants under Sentinel guard. Mutants are being hunted to extinction by the Sentinels or experimented on to exploit their abilities by the remaining humans.

It may have gone out in a damp squib rather than truly fiery flames, but it now means we have a complete, and utterly batshit, chain of events to break down. The X-Men saga is made convoluted not only by its topsy turvy release schedule—a soft-reboot halfway through flinging us back to a series of prequels—but also by the presence of X-Men: Days of Future Past , making any attempt to break down the actual chronological order of these movies an exercise in hair-pulling frustration.
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  1. Amelia S. says:

    The story, inspired by the Uncanny X-Men storyline " Days of Future Past " by Chris Claremont and John Byrne , focuses on two time periods, with Wolverine traveling back in time to to change history and prevent an event that results in doom for both humans and mutants.

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