|19th April 2004, 05:01 PM||#32 (permalink)|
There can be only one!!
Join Date: Jun 2001
Grabbed this at the store yesterday -- I caught it in the theater when it released - just hadn't bought it yet - and had a hankering for the 2nd one after I re-watched the first one --
I like this - and it was nice that Mystique got to actually 'be' in the movie this time -- usually she's someone else - meaning the other actors are working - kinda nice to see the person hired for the role get to play the role... (that was ramble-y) --
The plot for this one wasn't as strong as the first one, but it was still really good.
And is it just me, or are these 2 movies way more kick-@$$ on the big screen? There's just something about watching it on the TV that just loses part of the whole 'story' ----- *shrug*
|13th June 2004, 09:58 PM||#33 (permalink)|
Join Date: Dec 2000
This movie was great, finally I could see it and really love it. It have good action and it was good to see Wolverine find out about where he come from. I was surprised about what happen to Jane at the end. I really enjoy the part when the police ask Wolverine to put down the knifes, and he say I can't. That was hilarious. The movie was great from beginning to the end.
|28th October 2006, 02:21 PM||#36 (permalink)|
Join Date: Oct 2006
Location: Greater London
Re: X2: X-Men United (2003)
X2 remains the greatest xmen film so far. The best part is when Wolverine goes into a berserker rage!
The only real complaint I have over the film is the scene with the cat in the drakes house. The film could have done without that. (At least that is the only complaint off hand that I have)
|18th January 2008, 07:22 PM||#38 (permalink)|
Science fiction fantasy
Join Date: Nov 2007
Blog Entries: 14
Re: X-Men 2
I have all three of them, but the reason you don't see much of Xavier is because he was trapped in illusions the entire time by Mastermind (William Stryker's son).