Um diese hervorzuheben sind im ersten Trailer zu X-Men: Apocalypse in einigen Einstellungen nur Bruchstücke von Apocalypse zu sehen. Dies zwinge den. 20th Century Fox erweitert mit X-Men: Apocalypse das Franchise und schickt die X-Men in den Kampf gegen den ersten ihrer Art: den übermächtigen Geg. Der unsterbliche Apocalypse ist der älteste und mächtigste Mutant der Welt, der allererste Homo sapiens superior. Nach Tausenden von Jahren ist er aus einem tiefen Schlaf erwacht und schickt sich an, Menschen wie Mutanten gleichermaßen zu.
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Der unsterbliche Apocalypse ist der älteste und mächtigste Mutant der Welt, der allererste Homo sapiens superior. Nach Tausenden von Jahren ist er aus einem tiefen Schlaf erwacht und schickt sich an, Menschen wie Mutanten gleichermaßen zu. Um diese hervorzuheben sind im ersten Trailer zu X-Men: Apocalypse in einigen Einstellungen nur Bruchstücke von Apocalypse zu sehen. Dies zwinge den. Der Streich war erfolgreich und nun legt Singer mit dem Comic-Action-Drama „X-Men: Apocalypse“ nach. Auf de Die ganze Kritik lesen · Trailer. X-Men. X-Men: Apocalypse: Sendetermine · Streams · DVDs · Cast & Crew. Deutscher Kinostart: X-Men Apocalypse 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray. X-Men. 20th Century Fox erweitert mit X-Men: Apocalypse das Franchise und schickt die X-Men in den Kampf gegen den ersten ihrer Art: den übermächtigen Geg. Kinostart: | USA () | Superhelden-Film, Actionfilm | Minuten | Ab X-Men: Apocalypse - Cast & Crew. Komplette Besetzung von X-Men. Im Dezember kündigte Regisseur Bryan Singer an, dass es einen weiteren X-Men-Teil mit dem Titel „X-Men: Apocalypse“ geben.
20th Century Fox erweitert mit X-Men: Apocalypse das Franchise und schickt die X-Men in den Kampf gegen den ersten ihrer Art: den übermächtigen Geg. Der unsterbliche Apocalypse ist der älteste und mächtigste Mutant der Welt, der allererste Homo sapiens superior. Nach Tausenden von Jahren ist er aus einem tiefen Schlaf erwacht und schickt sich an, Menschen wie Mutanten gleichermaßen zu. Wer sich "X-Men: Apocalypse" ansehen will, von der Materie entweder keine Ahnung hat oder sein Wissen auffrischen will, der findet hier die. Kurz nach der Reese Witherspoon Größe enthüllte das Empire Magazine ein 9-teiliges Puzzle-Cover, das zusammengenommen ein übergeordnetes Bild ergibt, auf dem die Darsteller des Films Tara Morice Cover des Magazins zieren. US-Dollar sowie Thailand 2,7 Mio. The Guardian. Die fünf erstplatzierten dürfen demnach X-Men: Apocalypse bereits vor dem offiziellen Kinostart sehen. Lana Condor. März beim Online-Versandhändler Amazon vorbestellbar und wurde am Big Little Lies Online Denn keiner vertritt mehr die Maxime des Survival of the Fittest als Apocalypse, der erste aller Mutanten. In: The Indian Express.
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Simon Kinberg. Sep 9, Michael Fassbender Erik Lehnsherr, Magneto. Jennifer Lawrence Raven, Mystique. Rose Byrne Moira Mactaggert. Evan Peters Peter Maximoff, Quicksilver.
Tye Sheridan Scott Summers, Cyclops. Sophie Turner Jean Grey. Olivia Munn Psylocke. Bryan Singer Director.
Simon Kinberg Screenwriter. Simon Kinberg Producer. Bryan Singer Producer. Hutch Parker Producer. Lauren Shuler Donner Producer. Stan Lee Executive Producer.
Todd Hallowell Executive Producer. Josh McLaglen Executive Producer. Newton Thomas Sigel Cinematographer. May 29, Full Review….
September 27, Rating: 2. May 1, Full Review…. February 13, Full Review…. January 14, Full Review…. View All Critic Reviews Mar 17, Suffering from bizarre narrative choices and weak character development, X-Men: Apocalypse is an otherwise passable and occasionally great installment of the franchise, mainly due to the continued strong performances and glorious action set pieces.
Matthew M Super Reviewer. Feb 14, So many plots, sequels, prequels, different actors playing the same characters, alternate timelines which may or may not count anymore Jesus Christ!
I'm not a fanboy of this franchise or the comics and I'm probably in the minority here but I have no clue anymore. I can't remember the older films and I can't be bothered to rewatch them all in order to keep up with this one because they're mostly boring and repetitive.
And that's the main problem with this movie series, you kinda gotta know stuff from the previous movies. This time we are first whisked back to ancient Egypt where the first mutant ever rules supreme.
His name is En Sabar Nur, more commonly known as Apocalypse. So old Apocalypto is betrayed by his followers and gets buried alive beneath a pyramid I think.
Back in the present of dusty old Apocalypto gets discovered by locals and is awakened, or re-energised or brought back to life, whatever.
So off he goes to recruit some other mutants his four horsemen, or whatever and destroy the world so he can build a better one. The X-Men have to stop him OK right off the bat, what the literal fuck was that makeup job on Oscar Isaac for Apocalypse??
I heard and read the rumours all about his visual appearance being somewhat kooky and rather reminiscent of some kids flick villain, but I didn't really think much into it.
What I saw was shocking, absolutely shocking Now up to this point these movies have been relatively solid visually, not great but they have tried to give these comicbook characters a realistic look which has worked OK, apart from one or two.
Considering this is a new movie in I simply could not believe how poor Isaac looked in his baddie outfit. For a start it looks nothing like Apocalypse, not even close.
His entire bodysuit looks terribly rubbery and squishy, no weight to it at all. Isaac isn't a particularly large person and you can also tell here, Apocalypse is way too short and has nowhere near enough bulk to him.
And finally we have the makeup job on his face, Jesus Christ! Please explain to me what went wrong! Its awful, plain and simple, you can almost see the joins, the lines, it looks fake and rubbery, and again it looks nothing like Apocalypse.
In short he looks like a big purple dildo from a kids flick or TV show. But wait there's more terrible outfits, the cartoonish garbage keeps going.
The four horsemen that Apocalypse recruits look almost as dumb as he does, well three of them. First up we have Psylocke, a sexy brunette with a skimpy costume that actually looks like something straight outta 'Mortal Kombat: Annihilation', or a tacky Halloween costume.
Next its Angel and his big CGI wings that Apoc transforms into metal which somehow fires metal shards? He never wears a shirt it seems, he's kinda chunky, bit too much timber, and just looks plain idiotic.
Magneto is the final errr Of course its Michael Fassbender again but we all know he is one of the better factors in these films, and he looks good in his suit too.
On the goodie side of things its the usual story, same actors, same characters, same look. Nicholas Hoult is Beast and again just looks like a bad makeup job.
Evan Peters as Peter Maximoff might be a popular character right now but Quicksilver also looks ridiculous with his silver outfit if you ask me, and he just does the same shit as before obviously.
Nightcrawler literally just looks like a regular skinny teen with blue face paint on, possibly for Halloween again. I mean I know that's kinda the idea but it just looks so bland and cheap.
And lastly the Godawful Jennifer Lawrence is back as Mystique, although you wouldn't think it because she's hardly seen in her famous blue visage.
Obviously she didn't like the process or thinks she's too big to be hidden away behind so much makeup or whatever. All the rest are fine, nothing special, usual stuff, they don't look like clowns in other words.
Lets take a look at what we see. Apocalypse is supposedly a super powerful mutant of the ages Yet he really doesn't come across like that, hell he doesn't even look intimidating.
At one point he decapitates some local Egyptians with Yes the deadly terror that is sand, its coarse, it gets everywhere and it can apparently cut human heads off.
He then merges some other local into a wall or something, eh? He does this again later with another X-Men character can't recall.
Tries to like He can also turn people into dust or sand, I dunno. But he only does this here and there, like why doesn't he just turn all the X-Men into dust?
At one point the big purple one wants to send a message to every human, so he requires Professor X.
But surely he's powerful enough to do that himself no? I don't know all the facts about these characters but I just got the impression a mutant like Apocalypse would be able to do things like that himself.
In fact I must question why he even needs any assistance from the mutants he recruited, they're all pretty useless anyway.
I'm sure the shirtless dude with metal wings will be a big help to you. We see Magneto lose yet another family, ugh! Yep we gotta sit through a whole load of schmaltz with the metal powered one and another faceless family that is obviously just there to be killed off and make him angry.
So when these communist Polish militia accidentally kill Erik's wife and child, he kills them with Oh, his wife and child get killed accidentally by a fatal arrow shot.
But this arrow must be damn big because it manages to penetrate his wife, and into the child they were holding each other.
Apart from being completely pointless and of no use to the plot, its obviously just crowbarred in there to appease the fanboys who probably all spaffed in their pants over it.
Wolverine, in his kegs, with a load of wires and crap all over him, killing faceless soldiers in a rage.
Twas in the comics and thusly recreated here to appease and possibly gauge the reaction for a violent R rated flick.
And that's why we have the new tenth instalment 'Logan', because people just wanna see Wolverine kill people with graphic violence.
In the end everything is tied up with a nice little predictable bow that we've all seen before now. One big cliched battle at the end where various bad guys are defeated but not killed off so they can become good guys later on.
Professor X has mind battles with Apocalypse because that's all Professor X can do in these films. Magneto was a villain here, but switches back to the good guys Jean Grey unleashes her full Phoenix Force powers I'm guessing it was to defeat Apocalypse, she did very little else up till that point.
Various X-Men use their various specific mutant powers for this and that, its all very convenient with shittonnes of deus ex machina moments. And finally the X-mansion gets obliterated How very safe and convenient.
This movie in general is so so poor in almost every way, its literally as if Singer and co took a large step backwards.
I feel like this movie might have done way better had it come out prior to the very first X-Men movie, way back in This movie feels totally jokey, a absolute sin in terms of modern comicbook flicks, its incredible how this got by without any warning lights or were there?
At this point I really can't see where you can go with this franchise and these characters, this all felt so cliched, mundane and repetitious.
Its been done, the moment has past. Phil H Super Reviewer. Jan 14, When X-Men movies first hit the silver screen the world was staggering from the comic book films of the late 's I'm looking at you Batman and Robin and Spawn.
The concept of adapting super heroes was just not as viable as it is today. The X-Men series is the odd franchise that has been rebooted, but is still tied to its former self more tightly with timeline swaps creating a convoluted mess that becomes more and more confusing with each additional movie.
X-Men: Apocalypse opens in Egypt where Apocalypse Oscar Issacs is being transferred into another body, merging his powers with the powers of his new host.
A coup renders him buried hundreds of feet below the ground in perpetual hibernation, waiting for the day that he can be rejuvenated by the sun.
Obviously he is released and begins the process of taking control of the world back from humans- he feels that he is their god. He recruits four mutants the four horsemen , one of them being Magneto Michael Fassbender who, after experiencing another tragedy, now feels that humanity is evil and needs to be exterminated.
Bryan Singer is the mastermind of the X-Men franchise, helming four of the installments. After continuous disaster porn offerings in comic book films it really isn't a surprise that a film with the sub title Apocalypse should also contain massive destruction.
It doesn't seem quite as bad as other comic book films, but it's still there and is starting to wear thin on viewers.
The film holds itself together, but it does have issues. There are pairings that don't really fire on all cylinders, leaving an awkward feeling in the film when it really wasn't intended.
The problem is that these intermingle with moments in the film that really work so when you get going into the movie and become heavily invested the film hits the breaks with awkwardness and pulls the viewer right out of it.
This is all secondary when you get to the tacked on scene that is just there so that we can have a gratuitous Hugh Jackman cameo. To sum up that part of the film, it was not needed at all and the film could have been fine with it cut from the final product.
Discarding it would have made the film a tighter piece and better in the long run. But it gets you hyped for the next film, right? X-Men: Apocalypse is probably the weakest of the current X-Men franchise.
The film blatantly sets up Logan, but where does this series go from here? Is there a future with this franchise in this form or will another reboot be in order?
Time will tell. All in all this is a respectable film if you can get past the issues it contains. A decent super hero film as long as you don't expect too much out of it.
Chris G Super Reviewer. Dec 31, Filmtyp Spielfilm. Wissenswertes 4 Trivias. Sprachen Englisch. Produktions-Format -. Farb-Format Farbe.
Tonformat -. Seitenverhältnis -. Visa-Nummer -. Wo kann man diesen Film schauen? Neu ab 7. Neu ab Auf de Interviews, Making-Of und Ausschnitte.
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