X-Men: First Class
This is the beginning. Charles Xavier becomes a professor and Erik suffers the horror of Nazi Germany. They're two of the very first mutants and are destined to become leaders with very different visions. I will say no more of the plot, except that this is an "origins" story, that introduces the characters and their conflicts with some familiar characters and some new ones.
Very often, the problem with super hero origin films is that they are boring and do not have enough action but this is not the case here. X-Men: First Class moves at a good pace and manages to introduce all their characters and their motivations successfully. Both, emotional depth and spectacular action are at the heart of the film. The first half of the film that establishes all the characters and the vision for the film works perfectly and Bryan Singer's vision of X-Men is clear, with his first two X-Men movies as point of reference.
Do not be fooled though, this film has a lot more action than the two Bryan Singer directed. The stakes are higher, and the filmmakers have managed to find a near perfect balance between emotional depth, character and story development, humour, and good old mutant action. Bryan Singer's vision in the story and script, and Matthew Vaughan at the helm... it sounds like a strange recipe, but somehow it works.
It is also worth noting the retro feel of the movie. It was subtle but it gave the film a different look and feel that I really enjoyed. They also used the Cold War for the plot to great effect. I've always felt that the idea of mutants was a great one to create heroes, villains, and action, but also, to talk about issues that are important to humankind and this film delivers on all fronts.
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