X-Men: First Class Review…
So it turns out that Fox didn’t bother to put any food on, not even a themed Kevin Bacon sandwich like I hoped for. After waiting an hour for the film to start X-Men gets off to a promising start. The story follows young Magneto (Fassbender) and Prof X (McAvoy), as they deal with their ‘mutations’ during childhood and into later life. Magneto’s being filled with torment and abuse, whilst Xavier’s filled with education, books, posh Britishness and stuff. Embargo prevents from revealing much else so the redacted review is below…
X-men is a _____ movie.
It’s probably the ______ out of all four X-Men films.
Kevin Bacon is a ______.
James McAvoy and Fassbender are ______ as Xavier and Magneto, particularly Fassbender.
January Jones has massive _____, I didn’t realise they were so big!
There is a brilliant cameo by ________ as _______ but he doesn’t get his claws into much.
Fox, put on some food next time, you _____s
I give it __ out of 5 Bacons
It’s Super-injunction fever!
Tonight I’m going to see this
But before I can go, I have to sign this.
Which can mean only one thing…
The early door time suggests there will be free food and drink, which means that they want people to be in the best possible mood before they watch it. And then they’ll break you arms if you try and tell anyone what you think about it afterwards.
All signs point to greatness. Redacted review tomorrow.
Take that Fox