X-MEN: APOCALIPSE – Resenha e curiosidades em inglês
The plot goes on a decade after "X-men: Days of future past" bearing an innovative storyline, such as the new arrangement of the mutant squad, and briefly introduces the spectator to the memoir of each character, also picturing the provenance of their powers.
The return of Apocalypse is, reasonably, the main explored subject by the director, Brayan Singer. Throughout the movie, the former mutant chooses Storm, Psylocke, Angel and Magneto to be his horsemen. Together they intend to clean up human race and give a fresh start to the mutants. Meanwhile, Professor Xavier, Mystique and their pupils, step in to stop the mutant's evil plan, opening the epic encounter that brought thousands to the theaters.
One of the movie's mark is the imprinted comical disposition given to Quicksilver (Evan Peters) and Nightcrawler (Kodi Smit-McPhee), which developed playful occasions among the sobriety and tension of the other scenes.
Other highlights are given to Raven and Jean, that take crucial part in the story's finale; Magneto brings up his rage against human kind due to his family's death; and the fantastic moment (expected by many fans) when Charles goes bald, assuming the iconic look he has in cartoons and comic books. Beyond that, Wolverine's appearance took fans to excitement, since it was a loyal scene to the original story.
Lastly, the end credits scene introduces the name of Nathaniel Essex (Mister Sinister's alter ego), generating big expectation among the public for a possible extension of the trilogy with Essex as the main villain.
The movie shows a modified cast where stands out: Sophie turner, playing as Jean Grey; Alexandra Shipp, that replaced Halle Berry in Storm's part; Scott summer also got a new performer (Tye Sheridan), such as the Nightcrawler, now played by Kodi Smit-McPhee.
Hugh Jackman announced this is his last playing in the X-men saga. He will still perform as Logan in another solo movie to be released in 2017. Then, he will retire the claws he's been owning since 2000.
A James McAvoy's old desire has finally been accomplished in this production: being bald to perform Professor Xavier.
The scene where Quicksilver roams along the X-Mansion lasts about 3 minutes in the film, but it took three months to be shot.
Sophie Turner also plays Sansa Stark in Games of Thrones.