I don't like thinking about this movie. It's the only X-Men movie I didn't enjoy a moment of. It's horrendous in so many ways. The acting is god-awful and the plot is rushed and no character is developed at all.
Wolverine is the exact same man he was in the second film. Jean, unlike Sophie Turner's Jean, is a monster with no redeeming qualities. Xavier does absolutely nothing except for being ruthlessly murdered. And you think the plot's getting somewhere, but all that happens is Jean makes the Sentinels' jobs easier, leading to a rushed ending where Magneto makes a pawn move proving the cure the film revolved around was a bad joke, or was just foreshadowing "Days of Future Past".
Callisto and company could've been the heart and soul of the movie because of their sheer diversity and being so different from the heroes. But all I remember is Arclight jamming a bunch of plastic guns, Quill giving bad hugs and Spike attacking Wolverine. Also Callisto's right hands prefer to throw Worthington off the balcony instead of, I dunno, subjecting him to shockwaves, quills, and purple swords where no one will likely interfere? And what was Apocalypse's lackey doing there? I don't remember Arclight being transgender in the comics or having such strong control over her powers. Magneto also lifts a bridge which is so much more bad*** when he lifts a stadium in the vastly superior film "Days of Future Past." And the sheer boredom throughout makes the movie even worse.
I try to see the good in controversial movies but this show has no redeeming qualities. I'd take "Dark Phoenix" and "X-Men: Origins: Wolverine" over this cinematic tragedy any day.
What do you guys think?