Re: Its that time again to rank the X-Men movies!
Glad to see The Wolverine is being so well received, well, it doesn't have a the best reception but i'm glad to hear it's good enough to be rated alongside the x-film involving Bryan Singer. X-Men Origins: Wolverine wasn't just a bad wolverine movie, it was a really bad film.
X-3 was a medíocre film, not bad, but not great, it just failed as an x-men film. Until now my rank goes:
1-X-Men 2/ First Class
The line of terrible
X-2 is probably a better film than First Class though, but the film was still a great effort and had an amazing result considering the time they had.
Originally Posted by childeroland
Plenty of male-led action films fail, yet the actors' gender is not blamed. Why should it be different for women? Especially since far more male-led action films are made than female-led action films?
Originally Posted by Roger Ebert
Most of the executives in Hollywood - in fact almost everyone in the movie industry - is smarter than almost all of the movies they make, and they know it. They're just not smart enough not to make them.