History Film / XMenDaysOfFuturePast

20th May '16 2:37:59 PM Clifftothemax
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** Magneto was involved in the JFK assassination, because why else would the bullet curve? While a popular conspiracy theory for some time, modern analysis has shown that due to the positions JFK and Governor Connaly were sitting in, the bullet would not have to curve to give them the injuries they recieved.

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** Magneto was involved in the JFK assassination, because why else would the bullet curve? While a popular conspiracy theory for some time, modern analysis has shown that due to the positions JFK and Governor Connaly were sitting in, the bullet would not have to curve to give them the injuries they recieved.received.
* AscendedExtra: A Sentinel (with a different design to the Mark 1 of 1973 or Mark X of 2023 in this film) very briefly appeared as part of a holographic Danger Room exercise during ''Film/XMenTheLastStand'' but only its decapitated head (courtesy of Wolverine) was seen clearly. Here, Sentinels are the horrifying main adversaries that the 2023 X-Men face and the earlier versions also form part of the opposition that the 1973 cast have to confront as well.
20th May '16 1:11:17 PM Clifftothemax
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* DramaticallyMissingThePoint: The Magneto of 2023 tells Wolverine that they'll need to attain his younger self in preventing the BadFuture, intending that both himself from 1973 and 1973's Xavier work together in order to make a better future. [[spoiler: After discovering what will happen and what causes it however, 1973's Magneto instead tries to kill Mystique and then when that fails, attempts to murder Bolivar Trask and the President of the United States on live television and demonstrate mutant superiority as his means of preventing the BadFuture. As a result, 1973 Magneto very nearly manages to make things much, much worse than they already were]].
16th May '16 7:28:26 PM The12thDoctor
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16th May '16 7:28:07 PM The12thDoctor
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->''"I don't want your suffering. I DON'T WANT YOUR FUTURE!"''
-->-- '''Charles Xavier'''

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->''"The future: a dark, desolate world. A world of war, suffering, loss on both sides. Mutants, and the humans who dared to help them, fighting an enemy we cannot defeat. Are we destined down this path, destined to destroy ourselves like so many species before us? Or can we evolve fast enough to change ourselves... change our fate? Is the future truly set?"''
-->-- '''Charles Xavier'''
Xavier / Professor X'''






-->"''We need you to hope again.''"

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-->"''We need -->''"[[BookEnds The past: a new and uncertain world. A world of endless possibilities and infinite outcomes. Countless choices define our fate: each choice, each moment, a moment in the ripple of time. Enough ripples, and you to hope again.''"change the tide... for the future is never truly set.]]"''
13th May '16 3:18:37 PM siberia82
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* AchillesInHisTent: '70s Xavier gives up on his powers and his role as the leader of mutants, and refuses to cooperate with Wolverine; without his aid, the entire venture is impossible. He's got more [[JustifiedTrope justified reasons]] than in most examples of the trope.

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* AchillesInHisTent: '70s 1973 Xavier gives up on his powers and his role as the leader of mutants, and refuses to cooperate with Wolverine; without his aid, the entire venture is impossible. He's got more [[JustifiedTrope justified reasons]] than in most examples of the trope.



* AdaptationalBadass: In the comics, the Sentinels are just HumongousMecha, and mutants with strong powers [[note]]the X-Men in the comics are much stronger than in the movies, with Storm, Magneto, Iceman, and Xavier being planetary threats; and the Sentinels are made of metal[[/note]] usually take them down by the dozen. They are portrayed as such in the '70s of this movie as well. The future Sentinels, however, with their ability to duplicate mutant powers to counter their opponents, are so overwhelmingly powerful that any fight with them is considered outright hopeless.

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* AdaptationalBadass: In the comics, the Sentinels are just HumongousMecha, and mutants with strong powers [[note]]the X-Men in the comics are much stronger than in the movies, with Storm, Magneto, Iceman, and Xavier being planetary threats; and the Sentinels are made of metal[[/note]] usually take them down by the dozen. They are portrayed as such in the '70s 1973 portion of this movie as well. The future Sentinels, however, with their ability to duplicate mutant powers to counter their opponents, are so overwhelmingly powerful that any fight with them is considered outright hopeless.



* AdaptationPersonalityChange: Peter Maximoff is portrayed more positively ''and'' more negatively in comparison to the original source. In the comics, he is often an outright ''jerk'' (often intentionally), but in this film, he's more of a merry mischief-maker. He can easily flee on his own once the breakout goes bust, but instead, he goes out of his way to save Logan, Charles and Erik, even though he had already freed the latter from prison by technicality. Quicksilver is also clearly not impressed (if amused) by the idea that he helped free the person suspected of killing JFK once he finds out, [[spoiler:and is shown to be stunned (either in amazement or horror) by Magneto's "demonstration" in the climax]]. Comic book Quicksilver may be a world-class asshole and suffer from HeelFaceRevolvingDoor, but he is well-meaning at the core and can be counted on to do the right thing. Here, he's just a bored teenager with a kleptomaniac streak who doesn't really care about being a productive member of society, and who has to have the breakout sold to him as an opportunity to raise hell, as it's clear that he wouldn't have done it of his own volition otherwise.

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* AdaptationPersonalityChange: Peter Maximoff is portrayed more positively ''and'' more negatively in comparison to the original source. In the comics, he is often an outright ''jerk'' (often intentionally), but in this film, he's more of a merry mischief-maker. He can easily flee on his own once the breakout goes bust, but instead, he goes out of his way to save Logan, Charles and Erik, even though he had already freed the latter from prison by technicality. Quicksilver is also clearly not impressed (if amused) by the idea that he helped free the person suspected of killing JFK once he finds out, [[spoiler:and is shown to be stunned (either in amazement or horror) and horrified by Magneto's "demonstration" in the climax]]. Comic book Quicksilver may be a world-class asshole and suffer from HeelFaceRevolvingDoor, but he is well-meaning at the core and can be counted on to do the right thing. Here, he's just a bored teenager with a kleptomaniac streak who doesn't really care about being a productive member of society, and who has to have the breakout sold to him as an opportunity to raise hell, as it's clear that he wouldn't have done it of his own volition otherwise.



** {{Zigzagged}} with the '70s Sentinels. [[spoiler:Magneto laces the prototypes with iron so he can control their movements and use them as weapons, but he can't really affect their programming. One Sentinel tries to kill Erik when it gets the chance.]]

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** {{Zigzagged}} with the '70s 1973 Sentinels. [[spoiler:Magneto laces the prototypes with iron so he can control their movements and use them as weapons, but he can't really affect their programming. One Sentinel tries to kill Erik when it gets the chance.]]



* AllThereInTheManual: The signifigance of the mutant seen in the TheStinger (as well as the [[spoiler:four riders]] appearing on the background) can only be understood if you know him from the [[ComicBook/XFactor comics]].

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* AllThereInTheManual: The signifigance significance of the mutant seen in the TheStinger (as well as the [[spoiler:four riders]] appearing on the background) can only be understood if you know him from the [[ComicBook/XFactor comics]].



** Taken even further than ''First Class''. For starters, 1973 technology has advanced somewhat faster than the real world: the Sentinels were built, plastic weapons to counter Magneto have been developed, and mutant-gene scanners exist (when the mid-70s marked the period when genomics started to take off).

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** Taken even further than ''First Class''. For starters, 1973 technology has advanced somewhat faster than the real world: the Sentinels were built, plastic weapons to counter Magneto have been developed, and mutant-gene scanners exist (when the mid-70s mid-'70s marked the period when genomics started to take off).



*** On the other hand, there are some more technologies, that are far more developed than they had been in our world (see alternative History) or could have been by technical standarts of that time. So this could be just other cases of an alternative History and Timeline.

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*** On the other hand, there are some more technologies, that are far more developed than they had been in our world (see alternative History) AlternateHistory) or could have been by technical standarts standards of that time. So this could be just other cases of an alternative History and Timeline.AlternateHistory.



** When '70s Xavier chooses not to inject himself with the serum (in order to regain his powers), a snippet of music from "Mutant and Proud" (from the ''First Class'' score) can be heard.

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** When '70s 1973 Xavier chooses not to inject himself with the serum (in order to regain his powers), a snippet of music from "Mutant and Proud" (from the ''First Class'' score) can be heard.



** An example would be '70s Erik's "Imagine if [your claws] were metal" remark to Logan.

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** An example would be '70s 1973 Erik's "Imagine if [your claws] were metal" remark to Logan.



** In his NewEraSpeech, '70s Magneto mentions "a Brotherhood of our kind."

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** In his NewEraSpeech, '70s 1973 Magneto mentions "a Brotherhood of our kind."



* CassandraTruth: When he's first sent back to the '70s, Wolverine wakes up in the bed of a mob boss's daughter who he has apparently slept with repeatedly, and her father's goons aren't happy. He notes that they probably won't believe that he's traveled back in time.

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* CassandraTruth: When he's first sent back to the '70s, 1973, Wolverine wakes up in the bed of a mob boss's daughter who he has apparently slept with repeatedly, and her father's goons aren't happy. He notes that they probably won't believe that he's traveled back in time.



* ChronicBackstabbingDisorder: [[spoiler:'70s Magneto turns on both Xavier and Mystique the second it's convenient, trying to kill Mystique for her place in setting up the BadFuture. He then tries to use the Sentinels to kill Nixon, making a potentially WORSE future until he's stopped.]]

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* ChronicBackstabbingDisorder: [[spoiler:'70s [[spoiler:1973 Magneto turns on both Xavier and Mystique the second it's convenient, trying to kill Mystique for her place in setting up the BadFuture. He then tries to use the Sentinels to kill Nixon, making a potentially WORSE future until he's stopped.]]



* ColorWash: The color and lighting in the '70s scenes deliberately invokes the feel of 40-year-old movies.

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* ColorWash: The color and lighting in the '70s 1973 scenes deliberately invokes invoke the feel of 40-year-old movies.



** It takes a bit, but '70s Xavier eventually realizes who Logan is from ''First Class'' and gives him an IronicEcho.

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** It takes a bit, but '70s 1973 Xavier eventually realizes who Logan is from ''First Class'' and gives him an IronicEcho.



** The first thing '70s Xavier does when he sees '70s Erik is punch his former friend for crippling him.

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** The first thing '70s 1973 Xavier does when he sees '70s Erik is punch his former friend for crippling him.



* CrisisOfFaith: 1970s Xavier begins with one, because of all the things he lost. He eventually gets better.

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* CrisisOfFaith: 1970s 1973 Xavier begins with one, because of all the things he lost. He eventually gets better.



** '70s Magneto is the most unsympathetic portrayal yet, while the future Magneto is the first time he's shown as an outright hero. Near the end, [[spoiler:Magneto in 1973 attempts to assassinate the president on live television in order to start a race war, and Magneto in 2023, dying from injuries obtained in a LastStand, regrets that he wasted so many years fighting with Xavier and reconciles with him.]]

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** '70s 1973 Magneto is the most unsympathetic portrayal yet, while the future Magneto is the first time he's shown as an outright hero. Near the end, [[spoiler:Magneto in 1973 attempts to assassinate the president on live television in order to start a race war, and Magneto in 2023, dying from injuries obtained in a LastStand, regrets that he wasted so many years fighting with Xavier and reconciles with him.]]



* TheFarmerAndTheViper: [[spoiler:'70s Magneto's sole contribution to the venture is to derail things the ''moment'' he sees a chance to advance his cause at the expense of everyone else. As the endings of ''First Class'' and ''X2'' show, this is something of a habit for him.]]

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* TheFarmerAndTheViper: [[spoiler:'70s [[spoiler:1973 Magneto's sole contribution to the venture is to derail things the ''moment'' he sees a chance to advance his cause at the expense of everyone else. As the endings of ''First Class'' and ''X2'' show, this is something of a habit for him.]]



* FemaleGaze: Wolverine's first appearance in the '70s provides a very good {{Fanservice}} shot for anyone in the audience who might be attracted to men.

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* FemaleGaze: Wolverine's first appearance in the '70s 1973 provides a very good {{Fanservice}} shot for anyone in the audience who might be attracted to men.



** Both '70s and future Magneto contrast each other in the film. [[spoiler:'70s Magneto continues to move forward with mutant supremacy and attacking Charles and his group, while future Magneto was fighting to protect both mankind and mutants while lamenting his pointless struggles with Charles in their younger years.]] Past Erik is very much on his own, but his elderly counterpart is a valuable team member.

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** Both '70s past and future Magneto contrast each other in the film. [[spoiler:'70s [[spoiler:1973 Magneto continues to move forward with mutant supremacy and attacking Charles and his group, while future Magneto was fighting to protect both mankind and mutants while lamenting his pointless struggles with Charles in their younger years.]] Past Erik is very much on his own, but his elderly counterpart is a valuable team member.



* FreudianTrio: In the '70s, Charles is the Superego, Hank is the Ego, and Logan is the Id. As for the antagonists, Trask is the Ego, Mystique is the Id, and [[spoiler:Magneto]] is the Superego.

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* FreudianTrio: In the '70s, 1973, Charles is the Superego, Hank is the Ego, and Logan is the Id. As for the antagonists, Trask is the Ego, Mystique is the Id, and [[spoiler:Magneto]] is the Superego.



* FutureBadass: As noted above, the future Sentinels are a serious improvement over the 1970s versions.

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* FutureBadass: As noted above, the future Sentinels are a serious improvement over the 1970s 1973 versions.



* HulkingOut: '70s Beast uses a serum that allows him to maintain a balance between his human and mutant appearance. When he's angry enough, his mutation kicks in, and he returns to human form once he's calmed down.

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* HulkingOut: '70s Beast uses a serum that allows him to maintain a balance between his human and mutant appearance. When he's angry enough, his mutation kicks in, and he returns to human form once he's calmed down.



* ManInWhite: '70s Magneto's prison attire, which may well be a MythologyGag to the second film.

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* ManInWhite: '70s 1973 Magneto's prison attire, which may well be a MythologyGag to the second film.



* MentalTimeTravel: 2023 Wolverine's mind gets beamed back in time into his younger self's body in the 1970s. It also goes in reverse when [[spoiler:Young Charles has a conversation with his future self by way of Logan's mind.]]

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* MentalTimeTravel: 2023 Wolverine's mind gets beamed back in time into his younger self's body in the 1970s.1973. It also goes in reverse when [[spoiler:Young Charles has a conversation with his future self by way of Logan's mind.]]



* MoodWhiplash: The '70s scenes in the first act are filled with jokes and humorous moments (most notably Quicksilver's antics) which clash with the bleak tone of the 2023 scenes and the somber mood of acts 2 and 3. In fact, the 1973 scenes in general can come across as this. Even during their darkest moments, the more colorful backdrops and blatantly '70s hairstyles, clothes and aesthetics can be jarring.

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* MoodWhiplash: The '70s 1973 scenes in the first act are filled with jokes and humorous moments (most notably Quicksilver's antics) which clash with the bleak tone of the 2023 scenes and the somber mood of acts 2 and 3. In fact, the 1973 scenes in general can come across as this. Even during their darkest moments, the more colorful backdrops and blatantly '70s hairstyles, clothes and aesthetics can be jarring.



* MyFutureSelfAndMe: Unable to cope with his powers, to use them properly and deal with all the stress caused by the things at stake, and with a guy like Wolverine who can't be anyone's mentor, Charles Xavier got the help of the best mentor that Wolverine knows about: [[spoiler:Charles Xavier! To accomplish this, 1970s Xavier reads his mind until he can manifest outside of Wolverine's future body, and talk with his future self.]]

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* MyFutureSelfAndMe: Unable to cope with his powers, to use them properly and deal with all the stress caused by the things at stake, and with a guy like Wolverine who can't be anyone's mentor, Charles Xavier got the help of the best mentor that Wolverine knows about: [[spoiler:Charles Xavier! To accomplish this, 1970s 1973 Xavier reads his mind until he can manifest outside of Wolverine's future body, and talk with his future self.]]



** Wolverine's future outfit has yellow and blue elements as a nod to his classic comic book outfit. It also serves as a CallBack to Cyclops's comment about "yellow spandex" in the first ''X-Men'' film. His outfit in the 1970s is identical to the one the future Wolverine wore in the original comic storyline.

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** Wolverine's future outfit has yellow and blue elements as a nod to his classic comic book outfit. It also serves as a CallBack to Cyclops's comment about "yellow spandex" in the first ''X-Men'' film. His outfit in the 1970s 1973 is identical to the one the future Wolverine wore in the original comic storyline.



* NotWearingTights: The film [[ZigZaggingTrope Zig-Zags]] on this. The future X-Men wear costumes (mostly black but with some ornamentation), while most of the '70s-era characters just wear their street clothes. However, the younger Magneto from the '70s wears a red costume that looks much closer to his comic design than any of the previous cinematic takes on the character.

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* NotWearingTights: The film [[ZigZaggingTrope Zig-Zags]] on this. The future X-Men wear costumes (mostly black but with some ornamentation), while most of the '70s-era 1973-era characters just wear their street clothes. However, the younger Magneto from the '70s wears a red costume that looks much closer to his comic design than any of the previous cinematic takes on the character.



* OvershadowedByAwesome: Happens to Wolverine, of all people. He's TheHeart here, helping 1970s-era Charles Xavier deal with his issues. Against the various security guards and soldiers, Wolverine pulls his weight, but he's not nearly as effective as Quicksilver or Magneto without his adamantium bones and claws. Against Sentinels, he's not even as effective as Beast. [[spoiler:Even when this takes away his normal vulnerability to Magneto, he's still quite outclassed.]]

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* OvershadowedByAwesome: Happens to Wolverine, of all people. He's TheHeart here, helping 1970s-era 1973-era Charles Xavier deal with his issues. Against the various security guards and soldiers, Wolverine pulls his weight, but he's not nearly as effective as Quicksilver or Magneto without his adamantium bones and claws. Against Sentinels, he's not even as effective as Beast. [[spoiler:Even when this takes away his normal vulnerability to Magneto, he's still quite outclassed.]]



* PeriodPiece: More than half of the movie is set in the 1970s. Everyone has long hair, drives funky cars, and wears garish colors, Hank [=McCoy=] is proud of developing a way to record "all three networks and PBS" at once, and Sentinels are described as being made from a "space age polymer." Seventies pop music is also prominent.

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* PeriodPiece: More than half of the movie is set in the 1970s.1973. Everyone has long hair, drives funky cars, and wears garish colors, Hank [=McCoy=] is proud of developing a way to record "all three networks and PBS" at once, and Sentinels are described as being made from a "space age polymer." Seventies pop music is also prominent.



* ShapeshiftingSeducer: Mystique does a sultry variation of her Raven from and pretends to be a disco-loving interpreter to gain access to a Vietnamese general's hotel room in order to steal his invitation to the Paris Peace Accords.

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* ShapeshiftingSeducer: Mystique does a sultry variation of her Raven from form and pretends to be a disco-loving interpreter to gain access to a Vietnamese general's hotel room in order to steal his invitation to the Paris Peace Accords.



* TheSlowPath: In the ending sequence, Logan may be the only one with a RippleEffectProofMemory, but having interacted with Future Logan in the 1970s, Charles immediately understands what has happened when Logan wakes up disoriented in the [[spoiler:altered future]].

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* TheSlowPath: In the ending sequence, Logan may be the only one with a RippleEffectProofMemory, but having interacted with Future Logan in the 1970s, 1973, Charles immediately understands what has happened when Logan wakes up disoriented in the [[spoiler:altered future]].



* ThreePlusTwo: The '70s trio of Charles, Logan, and Hank are joined by Peter, then Erik. [[spoiler:Subverted in that Peter is PutOnABus immediately after rescuing Erik, and then Erik reassumes his BigBad position.]]

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* ThreePlusTwo: The '70s 1973 trio of Charles, Logan, and Hank are joined by Peter, then Erik. [[spoiler:Subverted in that Peter is PutOnABus immediately after rescuing Erik, and then Erik reassumes his BigBad position.]]



* TrustPassword: Logan convinces '70s Charles to hear him out by telling him some details about his childhood that he learned from future Charles and that the younger Xavier hadn't told anyone up until this point in time.

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* TrustPassword: Logan convinces '70s 1973 Charles to hear him out by telling him some details about his childhood that he learned from future Charles and that the younger Xavier hadn't told anyone up until this point in time.



* VillainsNeverLie: '70s Erik claims he's never lied to Raven, while manipulating her towards his cause.

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* VillainsNeverLie: '70s 1973 Erik claims he's never lied to Raven, while manipulating her towards his cause.
6th May '16 11:50:20 PM TheMysteriousTroper
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** The head Congressman who's against Trask's Sentinel project. The [[WhoShotJFK incident from ten years ago]] notwithstanding, mutants are a very small portion of the population and haven't been causing trouble.

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** The head Congressman who's against Trask's Sentinel project. The [[WhoShotJFK incident from ten years ago]] notwithstanding, mutants are a very small portion of the population and haven't been causing trouble.trouble[[note]]For statistics nerds, his "tenth of a tenth of a ''tenth''" line against 1973 figures would put the U.S. mutant population at ~211,900[[/note]].
5th May '16 2:56:43 PM aye_amber
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** The temp score used in the Comic Con trailer is a Creator/HansZimmer piece called "[[TimeTravel Time]]."

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** The temp score used in the Comic Con trailer is a Creator/HansZimmer Music/HansZimmer piece called "[[TimeTravel Time]]."
24th Apr '16 9:41:44 AM siberia82
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* BeenThereShapedHistory: Magneto was arrested for his involvement in [[WhoShotJFK Kennedy's death]] (as in the magic bullet; the ViralMarketing raises the hypothesis that Mystique in guise of Lee Harvey Oswald was the one who shot), and the Paris Peace Accords that closed America's involvement with the VietnamWar now has Bolivar Trask and some mutants in attendance.

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* BeenThereShapedHistory: Magneto was arrested for his involvement in [[WhoShotJFK Kennedy's death]] (as in the magic bullet; the ViralMarketing raises the hypothesis that Mystique in guise of Lee Harvey Oswald was the one who shot), and the Paris Peace Accords that closed America's involvement with the VietnamWar UsefulNotes/VietnamWar now has Dr. Bolivar Trask Trask, Major William Stryker and some mutants in attendance.



* {{Delinquents}}: Peter Maximoff is a juvenile delinquent whose favourite hobby is [[FiveFingerDiscount shoplifting]].



** 1973 Xavier is frequently seen consuming whiskey. It is generally viewed as a "manly" drink, but it's subverted in this case because he's an [[DrowningMySorrows extremely depressed]] ManChild.

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** 1973 Xavier is frequently seen consuming whiskey. It is generally viewed as a "manly" drink, but it's subverted inverted in this case because he's an [[DrowningMySorrows extremely depressed]] ManChild.



* PrettyBoy: Peter Maximoff is baby-faced and cute in an impish way. It's a visual cue to the audience that he's an immature prankster who doesn't take life seriously.

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* PrettyBoy: Peter Maximoff is baby-faced with reddish lips and cute in an impish way. It's a visual cue to the audience that he's an immature prankster who doesn't take life seriously.



* SeeingThroughAnothersEyes: In ''The Rogue Cut'', Future Xavier can view the mansion through Magneto's and Iceman's minds, and he gives them instructions as they walk in hidden passageways towards the Cerebro room.

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* SeeingThroughAnothersEyes: Past Charles is able to figure out where Raven is heading because when he had temporarily "possessed" a stewardess who had bumped into his foster sister, the stewardess had picked up Raven's plane ticket from the floor, and he can read its contents from the stewardess' field of vision. In ''The Rogue Cut'', Future Xavier can view the mansion through Magneto's and Iceman's minds, and he gives them instructions as they walk in hidden passageways towards the Cerebro room.
24th Apr '16 6:05:38 AM shawn_allen
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** When Mystique is masquerading as an Army officer in Saigon, the name on his (her) shirt says "Sanders." That's right, she is disguised as "Colonel Sanders."
21st Apr '16 5:11:39 AM erforce
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** NakedOnArrival from a bleak future dominated by a RobotWar, the time-shifted Wolverine demands a goon hand over his clothes and vehicle. Hello there, ''Film/{{Terminator 2}}''! Although in this case, it wasn't the time-traveler who was naked, but the past version of his body he was jumping ''into'' that happened to be naked at the time.
** When Quicksilver questions whether Xavier, Hank and Logan are like him (mutants), Xavier tells Logan to "Show him." Logan mimics the pose taken by the Terminator in ''Film/{{Terminator 2}}'' when John Connor orders him with that exact phrase, and pops his claws.

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** NakedOnArrival from a bleak future dominated by a RobotWar, the time-shifted Wolverine demands a goon hand over his clothes and vehicle. Hello there, ''Film/{{Terminator 2}}''! ''[[Film/Terminator2JudgmentDay Terminator 2]]''! Although in this case, it wasn't the time-traveler who was naked, but the past version of his body he was jumping ''into'' that happened to be naked at the time.
** When Quicksilver questions whether Xavier, Hank and Logan are like him (mutants), Xavier tells Logan to "Show him." Logan mimics the pose taken by the Terminator in ''Film/{{Terminator 2}}'' ''Terminator 2'' when John Connor orders him with that exact phrase, and pops his claws.
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