Fox’s X-Men franchise ends as a paradox – a muted spectacle that seems halfheartedly executed even as it focuses almost entirely on keeping up appearances.
Does this beloved novel that celebrates geeky nostalgia translate well to the silver screen in the hands of Steven Spielberg?
[WARNING – This review of X-Men: Apocalypse contains SPOILERS.] The year is 1973. Following his assault on President Richard Nixon, ferromancer Erik Lehnsherr became Public Enemy Number One. Shapeshifter Raven Darkholme inadvertently became the face of a movement and a hero to thousands of young people after stopping the assassination attempt. And Charles Xavier, the world’s […]