M'rk, son of Mogh wrote:
Ian Keldon wrote:
Well crap! Guess it's back to the emo "woe is us, for we are so persecuted" angst-festing...
Do people not know how involved he was with the previous movie, or do they just like to pretend he wasn't there?
If he was
involved, at least his influence was kept at bay, because we got an X-men film that was true to the concept AND a good superhero movie at the same time, as opposed to 1, 2, and much of 3 where it was all about Singer's stupid "mutant=gays" moralizing.