Originally Posted by S. Grundy
That's how the X-Men movies, they like to stick to the same visual aesthetics for all the movies.
I don't think they are all the same. Its not like the Dark Knight Trilogy that it felt like all the films were different by 1 director and the crew for all of the films didn't change.
With X1/X2, you could see there's a difference with the tone of the movie. X1 was more serious/dark while X2 was more adventurous/thrilling and fun. Then if you compare X3 to the first 2 movies, X3 was more action-oriented and light and filled with over the top emotional scenes. Then with First Class, it was kinda campy and comic-booky compare to the original trilogy. And with Origins, the look of the movie just looked cheap, it definitely didn't look expensive compare to X3, well X3 was filmed nicely.