X-Men: First Class (2011) Rated PG-13

In the 1960s, friends, Charles Xavier and Erik Lensherr, work together to find other mutants like them, but Erik has a vengeful pursuit of finding the one that ruined his life. Starring James McAvoy, Laurence Belcher, and Michael Fassbender.

This is the prequel to the X-Men series, where the two friends’ (Xavier and Lensherr) past is told. The film isn’t the best in storytelling; there are a lot of plot holes, but the story is great. It’s a great prequel to the franchise, although I’m not sure it’s a reboot or a prequel. The film features great acting by both McAvoy and Fassbender as friends turned enemies. There are a lot of stories that are told throughout the film. The action is great with limited CGI, and it is action packed. It’s not the best X-Men film, but it was worth a watch.

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