I just watched DOFP last night for the first time since seeing it in theaters. I think it's a wonderful movie and easily the best X-Men film since X2. What I really like about it is the way it manages combine the story from "First Class" with the story from the original X-Men trilogy. It acts as a sequel to both, providing a sense of closure for the "old" X-Men while opening up a whole new alternate timeline for the "young" X-Men. While many people were unhappy with the focus that Wolverine received in all of these films, I personally like it. Ensembles are great, but I think you ultimately still need one main character to drive a story, and Wolverine being the newcomer to the X-Men in the first movie makes him the perfect candidate. That said, I think DOFP wrapped up his story nicely. After years of struggle and loss, he is given an opportunity to save the world, and in the process, he manages to save all the people he loves. When he walks into the Professor's office and sees Jean Grey standing there, alive and well...I have to say, I've rarely gotten so excited by a scene in a movie. Now, here's the thing. They've recast the X-Men roles for "Apocalypse." We have a brand new Cyclops, Jean, and Storm. Does this mean the "old" crew can retire from these roles? Are we done seeing stories in the present day? I personally feel like DOFP wrapped up Wolverine's story perfectly, and yet I know "Wolverine 3" is in the early stages of being made. I've been happy to watch his journey up until this point, but I really don't think there's much more story to tell. He got his happy ending; let's leave him be.