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X-Men: Dark Phoenix

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By Simon Kinberg

  • Genre: Action & Adventure
  • Release Date: 2019-06-07
  • Advisory Rating: PG-13
  • Runtime: 1h 54min
  • Director: Simon Kinberg
  • Production Company: The Donners' Company
  • Production Country: United States of America
  • iTunes Price: USD 19.99
  • iTunes Rent Price: USD 5.99
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During a rescue mission in space, one of the X-Men’s most beloved characters, Jean Grey, is struck by a cosmic force that transforms her into one of the most powerful mutants of all: DARK PHOENIX. Wrestling with this increasingly unstable power and her own personal demons, Jean spirals out of control, tearing the X-Men family apart as they face their most devastating enemy yet — one of their own.

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  • Worst X-Men ever!!!

    It’s hard to call this an X-Men movie, it feels more like a woke movie with X-Men slapped on the title. This movie is trash. 👎🤮
  • It was disappointing

    By Zxnmpowq
    It’s entertaining, but not worth the purchase. It’s best to just rent.
  • Did dro nrx

    By lmfftff
  • Writers should never direct.

    By Ozhigwan
    There are exceptions, but writers should NEVER direct. Same with actors, Except for Ron Howard and Sean Penn. Also, dont give a huge move like this to a first time director!!!

    By BardiwiththeBANGERS
    Do not even rent it. It’s just not worth wasting your money please don’t watch it
  • For once, I do agree with Tomatoes... Quite sad.

    By Reviewmasta1
    This movie will defeat itself in front of your eyes... Every hope for good will be extinguished. This part stands proud next to X-men Last Stand with regards to both story and logic. Whole plot of this movie is: On the mission, a strange cloud from space enters Jean (hello to Aether from Thor). In a short time she stops controlling her power, excapes school, refuses to return when X-men come for her and kills Raven. She goes to Magneto for help but he casts here out as well. So she drinks and get in the bar with alien. Half of X men what to kill her, others save her. After the fight she decided to do the only thing aviable for her - commits suicide and taking cheif alien with her. The end. Right in the first 10 minutes of the movie Mistique will complain that X-men, should be called X-women, as females do too much and than two main female characters in franchise will just die. Death of Mistique was useless. Period. Much hyped participation of Magneto in the plot was useless. They could have erased every scene with Magneto and nobody would notice. And don't even get me started on Aliens... Aliens?! In X-men? WHY?
  • Deliberately Small Scale?? 😂

    By RemyLebeau266
    This movie was hot garbage. I love how the description says that the movie is deliberately small scale then follows that up with talking about a mission to space. This movie was boring and disjointed. Period. Much like all X-Men movie since J Law joined the franchise, the movie searches aimlessly to find a reason to exist. Bring on the reboot!
  • Not Bad!!!

    By Erichrok
    People were panning this movie before it was even released. Following release it got a bunch of negative reviews and for the life of me, I have no idea why. I though this movie was entertaining, acted well and the special effects were terrific. Maybe one has to be a comic book person and I'm not a comic bookk person but I have no beefs with this movie to the point that I actually bought it. Don't listen to the naysayers. If you want an enteraining romp then this is the movie for you.
  • A fun yet less than dignified Ending

    By xelaxela
    Do not let the hate around this film fool you. It doesn't deserve it, mainly because the film isn't remarkable enough to hate. Overall I found the film to be a fun ride. Problematic, i.e. plot, scale and characters, yes, but with a lot of good action sequences, and some great use of powers. That said if it were just a simple chapter in the saga would be one thing. Unfortunately this is the final film of the X-Men franchise, and while ending it on one their most famous and epic storylines could have been a good call, the film just doesn't feel big enough to warrant calling itself "Dark Phoenix," or "The Last Fox Produced X-Men film" for that matter. Overall a passable popcorn flick, yet disappointing finale.