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David Greenhill, from Guilty As Sin. The green hill, seen and used early on in The New Mutants, by Dani Moonstar; and lastly, Adamski's green hill in Amityville 2: can a triangle be formed by the three?
To clarify: in Amityville 2, the green hill reference derives from the 4th wall System theory, that Adamski wanted a new body for himself, and either Patricia or Sonny were the intended vessel. As such, at the end of the movie, Adamski makes his way up the "hill", making his way up the house, and the green of the demon from Sonny is the green reference.
So, with Adamski, green hill is metaphorical, and with Guilty As Sin, David Greenhill is the necessity of modernity before the Roman Empire, which correlates with The New Mutants, insofar as that green hill is about nature before the modern.
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2D-A-Cross, and 3D lowCALe. Do they rescue and recreate the X-Men characters from Logan's (2017) Westchester incident, in which many X-Men died? 2D-A-Cross means a type of time, and 3D lowCALe means a reference to an area which is local to where I live, one which always invokes the sense of X-Men 2 whenever I pass it by. CAL is a pun on the name HAL, from 2001, in which there is the odyssey that Bowman goes on - a type of flow.
So, one has a type of flow, and a type of time. Is this good enough to justify bringing back James Marsden's Scott Summers, Halle Berry's Storm and Rogue and Iceman, along with others not mentioned?
This wiki talks about two timelines: original and revised.
There is clearly more than that. In Deadpool 2 alone, Cable goes back and changes things twice. Deadpool goes back and changes things multiple times.
If this post get deleted, could someone let me know WHY it was deleted, so I can not make the same mistake again, and save us both some trouble?
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As I said in the OP, why do you think they are better?
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Why did they have to kill off one of the most strongest. most trauma filled characters. I f!@#ing cried at the end of Logan. He was an amazing fighter, and a kind person when he gave his life for Laura and the other kids.
I’m going to start watching the x men movies for the first time and I have a problem. I don’t know the correct way to watch them. I know some of the movies are prequels like first class, x men apocalypse, dark Phoenix and x men origins wolverine and I know some of them take place in the future like Logan.
So I just don’t know wether I should watch in release date order, Or a specific timeline order or what so could you guys just help me in the comments down below write the proper timeline for someone watching the film series for the first time.