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Heartwarming / X-Men Film Series

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"I'm not your father. I'm your friend."
"Just because someone stumbles.. loses their way it doesn’t mean their lost forever. Sometimes we all need a little help."
Charles Xavier giving himself the best pep talk in X-Men: Days of Future Past

As much as the X-Men film series focuses on a race of people being horrifically treated, insulted, threatened with genocide on a constant basis and more. It also focus on how those very same people use their powers to protect and save people when they are in need, and how the X-Men are True Companions and a Family of Choice.



  • Forbes film journalist Mark Hughes had these words at the end of his review of Dark Phoenix:
    "A final personal note: As a fan of the series, I want to say thank you and goodbye to everyone who gave us 19 years of X-Men superhero team-up entertainment at Fox. The franchise served as a proving ground for concepts and effects later employed by other studios to expand our understanding of what's possible in the superhero genre. From grounded gritty storytelling to ensemble team-ups, from convincing superhuman powers to spinoffs and soft retcons, from R-ratings to loving self-satire, X-Men was groundbreaking and deserves our respect for its many important accomplishments."


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