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X-Men: Days of Future Past

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This week the Wardrobe Recommends…

 X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST

X-Men: Days of Future Past

Whether you are an avid fan of the Marvel universe, or merely interested in a great story line, then X-MEN: Days of Future Past is the movie for you.  Now in theatres (released May 23, 2014), this movie is well worth your $12.50—forget the popcorn; your body will be too tense to even fathom digesting the greasy butter and stale deliciousness.  Beginning in a futuristic world filled with violence and war, the audience is introduced to five mutants who are working together to fend off these things that have the capability to adapt to their attacker’s powers and morph into a being with the means necessary to kill their enemies.  This sets off one of the greatest plotlines in X-Men history.  While the older cast is present in the future scenes twisted throughout the storyline, we are also given a younger cast to satiate our hunger for the past.  Wolverine (Hugh Jackman) is sent into the past to alter the course of history by recruiting a depressed Charles Xavier (James McAvoy) alongside Beast (Nicholas Hoult), utilize the skills of an old friend, Quicksilver (Evan Peters), while attempting to change the angry, bitter Magneto (Michael Fassbender).  Wolverine and this unlikely crew must stop Mystique (Jennifer Lawrence) from shooting the man who invented the destroyers of the mutant race in order to prevent the biggest war of all time.  With amazing cinematography, an attractive and talented cast, a heart-stopping storyline, and a blood-pumping soundtrack, X-Men: Days of Future Past will be one of those movies you’ll want to see in theatres twice.

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