There was an idea, to bring together a group of remarkable people, to make the biggest blockbuster of the century.
Vin Diesel recruits a sniper, a disc jockey, and a madman to save the world once again. All while being extreme.
McAvoy is firing on all cylinders as M. Night Shyamalan directs some of his strongest work since Unbreakable.
Busting makes me feel good, this film makes me feel uneasy.
Fantastic Four out of ten. Fantastic Fourth time's the charm. Fantastic Four fails ferociously.
X-Men Apocalypse isn't the best film in the franchise, but it might just be the most faithful.
It's one of the better films to fall out of Sandler's Happy Madison production company, but that's like saying being shot in the leg is better than being shot in the face.