"First Class" X-Men Franchise Revitalize

Revitalizes X-Men Franchise
"First Class" X-Men Franchise Revitalize 

More recently there have been some pretty awful franchise reboot the box office occupying Disney's "Tron: Legacy", the "Clash of the Titans". But the shortcomings pale in comparison to the wreck that was the 2009 "X-Men Origins: Wolverine" which was panned by critics everywhere and apparently left the franchise for dead. Curiously, however, Matthew Vaughn "X-Men: First Class" manages to be all that "Origins" was not: exciting, deep and consistent. "First Class" diving into the relationships and stories of return of some of the most remarkable in the X-Men universe, Charles Xavier / Professor X (James McAvoy) and Erik Lehnsherr / Magneto (Michael Fassbender) and manages complicate an aging franchise, without sacrificing the distinctive atmosphere of action and adventure films X-Men.

The standout features of the "First Class" are dark and often disturbing stories about the origin of mutants, which later came to be known as X-Men, and the strained relations between Xavier and Lehnsherr. Instead of gamma rays and spider bites catalysts of lesser films of the same bent-"First Class" gives his characters emotional, rather than supernatural color. The cast includes a girl who can only survive by stealing food because the world does not accept his looks and a boy who looks like a man murders his mother in a concentration camp.

So while the film's characters themselves are not homo sapiens, there is something characteristic of the human suffering they are forced to endure because of intolerance in the world. And because of the humanity of the characters clear, the conflict between Xavier and the weary heart good, is powerfully bitter Lehnsherr with moral ambiguity. "First Class" is more than the standard battle between good and evil in most superhero movies. Instead, these two worldviews as valid, but radically different. Xavier always optimistic, refuses to give back to the man, while refusing to follow Lehnsherr allowing mankind to oppress and others like him. The uniqueness of the "First Class" is that it gives the public an opportunity to evaluate the morality of the two views without judging yourself.

Another triumph for the "First Class" was given a small role. James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, and Jennifer Lawrence (Raven / Mystique) to give the franchise 48 years, a new look and bring a youthful energy to the film that was not present in previous versions. At some point in the film, mutants, even throw in a residence of the parties of all kinds, with music from the 60's funk and roll someone upside down from the ceiling. This deviation from the norm will certainly help broaden the range of the franchise and the history of the corresponding X-Men.

Not that the film is not without occasional false. As entertaining as "First Class" is everyone thoroughly familiar with the X-Men franchise will likely be much puzzled by it. Unfortunately, the flow of the story of the mission of Professor X, the conflict between the Brotherhood mutants Magneto and the X-Men need to understand the meaning of past histories of the characters. Without knowledge of the facts in front, the background provided in the film simply does not tell the public. And while the relationship between Charles Xavier and Erik Lehnsherr is meticulously prepared, their connections with other characters often leave much to be desired. Take, for example, the romance between Xavier and Moira MacTaggert government operation (Rose Byrne), culminating in a kiss at the end of the film, despite the lack of accumulation and the explanation of how it came to attracting be the first.

But the forces of "First Class" far outweigh these weaknesses scattered.

Perhaps the reason that "First Class" has managed to outshine its predecessor until it is once again the classic X-Men mantra of tolerance. From the first X-Men comic was released in 1963 amid the racial strife in the United States increased its message of acceptance has remained relevant in a society still divided. For his part, "First Class" suggests that the key to survival in a world where it is still hard to be different is to foster a sense of belonging, as Xavier is trying to do with mutants constantly reminding them that they are not alone in their struggle for acceptance in society. With this poignant message, a winning cast and a compelling plot, "X-Men: First Class" is a breath of fresh air in a franchise that has long needed a type of mutation itself.


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September 14, 2011 at 2:32 AM

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