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    Professor Xavier leads a school called X-Men, a peacekeeping force to safeguard the world against a race of genetically mutated humans. Two mutants come to a private academy for mutants whose resident superhero team must oppose a powerful mutant terrorist organization.Both Xavier and Magneto also have to contend with Senator Kelly, a heartless political leader who wants a final solution against mutants on both sides.
    Duration: 104 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 2000
    IMDb: 7.4
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    2018-12-23 10:12

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  • Actors of "X-men"

  • Characters of "X-men"

    Logan. Character of X-men
    Played by: Hugh Jackman
    Professor Charles Xavier. Character of X-men
    Erik Lehnsherr. Character of X-men
    Played by: Ian McKellen
    Jean Grey. Character of X-men
    Played by: Famke Janssen
    Scott Summers. Character of X-men
    Played by: James Marsden
    Ororo Munroe. Character of X-men
    Played by: Halle Berry
    Rogue. Character of X-men
    Played by: Anna Paquin
    Sabretooth. Character of X-men
    Played by: Tyler Mane
    Toad. Character of X-men
    Played by: Ray Park
    Mystique. Character of X-men
    Played by: Rebecca Romijn
    Senator Robert Kelly. Character of X-men
    Played by: Bruce Davison
    Henry Peter Gyrich. Character of X-men
    Played by: Matthew Sharp
    Magneto. Character of X-men
    Played by: Brett Morris
    Magneto's Mother. Character of X-men
    Played by: Rhona Shekter
    Magneto's Father. Character of X-men
    Rogue's Boyfriend. Character of X-men
    Played by: Shawn Roberts
    Rogue's Mother. Character of X-men
    Played by: Donna Goodhand
    Rogue's Father. Character of X-men
    Played by: John Nelles
    Kitty Pryde. Character of X-men
    Played by: Sumela Kay
    Bobby Drake. Character of X-men
    Played by: Shawn Ashmore
    Jubilee. Character of X-men
    John Allerdyce. Character of X-men
    Played by: Alex Burton
    Hot Dog Vendor. Character of X-men
    Played by: Stan Lee
    Cerebro. Character of X-men
    Played by: Amy Leland
  • Directors of "X-men"

    Bryan Singer. Director of X-men
    Bryan Singer
    Birthdate: 17 September 1965, New York City, New York, USA
  • Creators of "X-men"

    Tom DeSanto. Director of X-men
    Tom DeSanto
    Bryan Singer. Director of X-men
    Bryan Singer
    Birthdate: 17 September 1965, New York City, New York, USA
  • Critic Reviews of "X-men"

    Jami Bernard New York Daily News
    July 15, 2015

    The X-Men comic books have spawned a cottage industry of mutant characters, and the movie helps make sense of these legions while offering the established fan base something new to cheer.

    Lisa Alspector Chicago Reader
    July 15, 2015

    Exciting mainly because anything can happen and does, the movie drags a bit as it approaches a climax set on top of the Statue of Liberty. But once there it revives.

    Steven Rea Philadelphia Inquirer
    July 15, 2015

    This is a film that should satisfy fans of the hugely popular comic book and audiences who can't tell one uncanny X-Man from another. Mutants rule.

    Stephen Thompson AV Club
    July 15, 2015

    The script could be a lot snappier, particularly during some virtually unexplained rivalry banter between Marsden and Jackman, but X-Men is a decent start to what will no doubt be an immensely profitable series of negligible but enjoyable summer movies.

    David Denby New Yorker
    April 15, 2013

    The most beautiful, strange, and exciting comic-book movie since the original Batman.

    Jeff Giles Newsweek
    July 06, 2010

    X-Men, it must be said, has only a few truly thrilling moments. This is not a picture that tries to blow you out of your seat. But more than any other big movie this summer, it has a consistently inventive vision.

    Louis B. Hobson Jam! Movies
    July 15, 2015

    The best news is that you don't even have to know what a Marvel Comic is to enjoy X-Men.

    Tom Gliatto People Magazine
    July 15, 2015

    When the big battle between Magneto and Xavier's forces gets going, you have lightning bolts, steel claws, magnetic fields, explosive red rays and flyaway tongues. It's a variety show, and all the acts have rushed onstage at once.

    Andrew Collins Radio Times
    July 15, 2015

    The Marvel Comics characters are well realised, and Singer mixes the classic values of good storytelling with liberal amounts of digital magic. On the down side, this plays a little too much like the beginning of a franchise.

    Todd Anthony South Florida Sun-Sentinel
    July 15, 2015

    In Singer's dark vision, action and special effects take a back seat to message. He uses X-Men to preach a sermon of tolerance; like most sermons, it isn't much fun to sit through. X misses the spot.

    James Vance Tulsa World
    July 15, 2015

    X-Men is a terrific piece of summer entertainment that's going to heat up the box office like a mutant's eye beams.

    Ann Hornaday Baltimore Sun
    July 15, 2015

    The movie is respectful of its source material without being the least bit self-important. X-Men may have hit the Platonic ideal of comic-book movies, coming across as lightweight, sophisticated, wacky and straightforward all at the same time.

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