Home Entertainment Review: X-Men: Dark Phoenix (20th Century Fox)

This is the latest variation of the Dark Phoenix saga (the first one was in X-Men: The Last Stand). But does it do justice to the comics or is it […]

This is the latest variation of the Dark Phoenix saga (the first one was in X-Men: The Last Stand). But does it do justice to the comics or is it another last stand.

In my opinion, it’s good, not great but good. Why did I say this because this had some parts of the comics and some new parts. This new story is about Jean Grey and the X-Men who are superheroes. The team is sent to a mission to save some astronauts. Jean is hit with some cosmic force and gets stronger and stronger each day. So, after an encounter with Magneto, both Magneto and the X-Men are trying to get to Jean but for a different reason (Magneto to kill her and the X-Men to save her).

The extras are deleted scenes, Rise of the Dark Phoenix the making of Dark Phoenix, how to fly your jet to space with beast audio commentary by Simon Kinberg and Hutch Parker, theatrical trailers. Deleted scenes are Edwards Air Force Base, Charles returns home, mission prep, beast MIA, Charles says goodbye, Rise of the dark phoenix the making of dark phoenix story & pre-production, the cast, production design, special effects, filming & editing, , how to fly your jet to space with beast, (Where beast teaches you on to fly the x-jet this is not meant to be serious) audio commentary by Simon Kinberg and Hutch Parker, theatrical trailers, (the trailers for the movie)

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