Bryan, director of X-Men, has weaved an amazing story of ancient mutant. The first half is quite thrilling and Magento (Michael Fassbender) has left his mutant life and is now a family man. He is contented and is comfortable with playing and singing lullabies to his daughter. But this couldn’t last for long and he an unfortunate turn of events leads him again to the path of revenge.
The first half is shows the life of the characters. Nightcrawler and Cyclops are the new mutants. The audience is not happy with the screenplay. The acting cannot be appreciated much. The climax lacks suspense and mass scale destruction just seems to be a normal agenda. It has failed to invoke fear amongst the audience.
X Men: Apocalypse is getting mixed reviews. While some are saying that this is Bryan’s best work ever. The throwbacks to Pac Man and Sweet Dreams are damn cute. The overall plot keeps you stuck till the end of this two and a half hour movie.
Jubilee (Lana Condor) makes a short appearance but leaves a mark. Ever since the release of its first sequel in 2000, X Men has been peoples favourite superhero sequel. The film intoduces several young actors, Cyclops, Storm And Jean Grey. All of them fit into the role well including Tye Sheridan, Sophie Turner And Alexandra Shipp.