Jean Grey begins to develop incredible powers that corrupt and turn her into a Dark Phoenix. Now the X-Men will have to decide if the life of a team member is worth more than all of humanity.
James McAvoy (Professor Charles Xavier), Michael Fassbender (Erik Lehnsherr / Magneto), Jennifer Lawrence (Raven / Mystique), Nicholas Hoult (Hank McCoy / Beast), Sophie Turner (Jean Grey / Phoenix), Tye Sheridan (Scott Summers / Cyclops), Alexandra Shipp (Ororo Munroe / Storm), Evan Peters (Peter Maximoff / Quicksilver), Kodi Smit-McPhee (Kurt Wagner / Nightcrawler), Jessica Chastain (Vuk), Scott Shepherd (John Grey), Ato Essandoh (Jones), Brian d'Arcy James (President of the United States), Halston Sage (Dazzler), Lamar Johnson (Match), Summer Fontana (Young Jean Grey (8yrs Old)), Hannah Emily Anderson (Elaine Grey (as Hannah Anderson)), Josh McLaglen (Hospital Doctor), Todd Hallowell (Hospital Doctor), Julianne Jain (Hospital Doctor), Michael Kives (Launch Reporter), Karen Ivany (Launch Anchor), Lynne Adams (NASA Flight Director), Alex Gravenstein (NASA Tech), Daniel Rindress-Kay (NASA Tech), Raphael Grosz-Harvey (NASA Tech), Orphée Ladouceur-Nguyen (NASA Tech), Richard Dagenais (News Anchor), Dan Duran (News Anchor), Isabel Farias Lehoux (Brazilian News Anchor), Gryffin Hanvelt (Brazilian Kid), Emilio La Torre (Brazilian Kid (as Emilio Torre)), Julian Bailey (Shuttle Commander), Andre Bedard (Shuttle Astronaut), Michael Lipka (Shuttle Astronaut), Robert Montcalm (Shuttle Astronaut), Sebastian MacLean (Shuttle Astronaut), Vanessa Jackson (Shuttle Astronaut), David Patrick Green (NASA Press Conference Speaker), Sean Denny (Military Police)...
Simon Kinberg (written by), Stan Lee (comic book created by), Jack Kirby (comic book created by), Chris Claremont (story "The Dark Phoenix Saga"), John Byrne (story "The Dark Phoenix Saga"), Dave Cockrum (story "The Dark Phoenix Saga")
Daniel Auclair (associate producer), Todd Hallowell (producer), Justin Haut (associate producer), Simon Kinberg (producer), Stan Lee (executive producer), Kathleen McGill (associate producer), Josh McLaglen (executive producer), Hutch Parker (producer), Lauren Shuler Donner (producer)
This movie was a disaster. Starting from the main character, Jean. The acting was sooo bland, colorless and amateur-like. I don't understand how she got such a big role. It also seemed like everyone in the movie was aware of her limited acting skills, so they barely gave her any lines and she was sleeping/passed out for quite some time in the movie.Just watch the movie and her acting basically screams "CLUELESS".
Then, like with any recent movies, they felt the need to include gender politics. Why? Why is there a need for a line that says "We should be called X-Women"? Was that ever part of the comics? I didn't read them, but I HIGHLY doubt it. This is just so pathetic and forced. Political agendas should not be forced into movies.
If it wasn't for James McAvoy and Michael Fassbender, I would've left the cinema very early.
All in all, this movie was a joke. I will make sure to exclude it whenever I go for a X-Men marathon in the future.
Dark Phoenix ((original title); Bangladesh (English title); India (English title); Mexico) • X-Men: Dark Phoenix (Argentina; Australia; Colombia; Croatia; Denmark; France; Germany; India (Hindi title); Italy; Mexico; Netherlands; Peru; Sweden; Turkey (Turkish title); UK; USA (working title); Uruguay (3-D version)) • X-Men: Fênix Negra (Brazil) • Х-Мен: Тъмния феникс (Bulgaria (Bulgarian title)) • X-Men - Phénix noir (Canada (French title)) • X-Men: Černý Fénix (Czech Republic) • X-Mehed: Tume Fööniks (Estonia) • X-Men: Ο μαύρος Φοίνικας (Greece) • X-Men: Sötét Főnix (Hungary) • X-Men: Ha'Phoenix Ha'Af'ela (Israel (Hebrew title)) • X-cilveki: Tumsais Fenikss (Latvia) • Iksmenai: Tamsusis Feniksas (Lithuania) • X-Men: Mroczna Phoenix (Poland) • X-Men: Fénix Negra (Portugal) • Люди Икс: Темный феникс (Russia) • X-Men: Mračni Feniks (Serbia) • X-Men: Čierny Fénix (Slovakia) • X-Men: Fénix Oscura (Spain) • Люди Iкс: Темний Фенiкс (Ukraine) • X-Men: Phuong Hoang Bong Toi (Vietnam)
Rated PG-13 for intense sequences of sci-fi violence and action including some gunplay, disturbing images, and brief strong language
Argentina:13 / Australia:M / Austria:12 / Belgium:KT/EA / Brazil:12 / Bulgaria:C / Canada:PG / Canada:PG / Canada:PG / Canada:13+ / Chile:TE+7 / Colombia:7 / Czech Republic:12 / Denmark:11 / Ecuador:12 / Ecuador:TP / Ecuador:12 / Finland:K-12 / France:Tous publics avec avertissement / Germany:12 / Greece:K-12 / Hong Kong:IIA / Hungary:16 / Iceland:12 / India:UA / Indonesia:13+ / Ireland:12A / Italy:T / Japan:G / Lithuania:N-13 / Luxembourg:12 / Malaysia:P13 / Maldives:15+ / Malta:12A / Mexico:B / Netherlands:12 / New Zealand:M / Nigeria:15 / Norway:12 / Philippines:PG-13 / Poland:12 / Portugal:M/12 / Puerto Rico:PG-13 / Russia:16+ / Singapore:PG13 / Slovakia:12 / South Africa:13 / South Africa:10-12 / South Korea:12 / Spain:12 / Sweden:11 / Switzerland:12 / Taiwan:PG-12 / Thailand:G / Turkey:13+ / United Kingdom:12A / United States:PG-13 / Vietnam:C16
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