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  • However, the price of co-existing with a human is very dangerous because no human wants to live alongside a mutant with supernatural powers that can potential out power the human race

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      The 2000 film “X-Men” starring Hugh Jackman, Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen is a supernatural film almost about a war that is being waged, as well as prejudice’s that people have over the unexplained and different. This is a topic that many people can relate to, and even though we do not live in a world of mutants, the morals behind the story are relatable to real life, with a supernatural twist.

      In this film, mutants


      co-exist with humans. However, the price of co-existing with a human is very dangerous because no human wants to live alongside a mutant with supernatural powers that can potential out power the human race. The humans are fearful of what might happen if these mutants are allowed to walk freely among them. Magneto, a very powerful mutant is after the powers of a new found mutant who calls herself Rogue. She has just found Professor Xavier’s school for the gifted youngsters, which is a school for mutant children to go to learn how to control their powers. Magneto wants her powers because she can steal other mutants powers for only a moment, and he can then transfer his power of harnessing magnetic energy and use to fuel the machine he has built. This machine can send magnetic waves into the air (radiation) which gives humans mutant powers. This machine has been tested on a ...

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      human already, Senator Kelly, who leading the party who wants the mutants to come forth and feels they are dangerous to be running around freely. However, the radiation is too much for the human body to handle, and the Senator doesn’t last very long with the mutant powers.

      Along with this plot, there are sub plots, such as Wolverine not being able to remember his passed. Magneto and Professor Xavier having been best friends as children, and Magneto

      becoming what he is because of the hate that humans have shown him as a child during the holocaust.

      The powers that are presented in this film are nothing less than awesome, and the effects that go along with them are also very realistic that makes viewers gasp in awe and want to see more. The plot may be far out there, but the movie is entertaining non the less and makes for a movie night the whole family can enjoy.




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