ApocalypseBlu-ray Disc - 2016
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Another superhero film, this time with everyone's favorite mutants, was the franchise's ninth X-Men film.
From the critics
Violence: This is the main problem with this movie. People are be-headed with sand, guards slit through their necks with a pocket watch, and [SPOILER] the main bad guy is impaled.
Violence: Lots of killing, lots of stabbing, lots of blood also blood being splattered on walls, lots of gross stuff, and lots of disintegrating.
Sexual Content: A few skimpy outfits, flirting, kissing, and the whole Mystique-naked-but-it-looks-like-a-skintight-blue-bodysuit thing.
Violence: Blood, a few gory deaths/wounds, stabbing, supernatural powers, embedding people in concrete, slicing off people's heads, etc.
Coarse Language: One use of f**k, but I agree with Elmo17Noodle, it was kind of funny because of the circumstances. A few uses of OMG.
Frightening or Intense Scenes: The most disturbing scene in this movie is when pieces of metal tear through someones back from the inside.
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Charles Xavier: The world's already begun rebuilding its arsenals.
Erik Lensherr: It's human nature, Charles.
Charles Xavier: I still have hope.
Erik Lensherr: [wry laugh] Oh, yes. Hope.
Charles Xavier: I was right about Raven. I was even right about you.
Erik Lensherr: What about the rest of the world? Doesn't it ever wake you up in the middle of the night? The feeling that one day they'll come for you, and your children?
Charles Xavier: It does indeed.
Erik Lensherr: What do you do when you wake up to that?
Charles Xavier: I feel a great swell of pity for the poor soul that comes to my school looking for trouble.
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