- Oh my Sophie if only you had been Jean Grey in a more cohesive film. You were wonderful but. Yeah.
- Lana Condon as Jubilee and Alexandra Shipp as Storm didn’t have enough to do but they were cool also.
- If they mess up X-23 I am going to do murder on drift partner’s behalf.
- I wish Rose Byrne’s entire role hadn’t been to be shocked and/or confused and/or starstruck.
- So Psylocke (Olivia Munn) is the next villain?
- Also her costume was straight-up terrible.
- I snorted softly at many moments in this film, ones I probably wasn’t supposed to snort at
- I also dryly muttered “a-ha-ha” at every attempt at metahumor.
- I straight-up chortled at “you’re going to need a bigger house” or whatever, though.
- Super cool how they gave Magneto (Michael Fassbender) a wife and daughter (Carolina Bartczak and T.J. McGibbon) literally just so they could murder them so he was sad.
- That was also just… a ridiculous murdering. An accidentally-shot arrow hit both of them through the heart?
- I spent a good half of the time Magneto was present having to bite my tongue so I did not start singing “Night Surgeon” from Repo! with modified lyrics. (“Remember who you are / I reMEEEEMber / remember what you did to Magda / remember who you are / I reMEEEMber / remember what you did to her.”)
- I also spent most of the sequence where Apocalypse (Oscar Isaac) and Magneto were building pyramids and disasters out of sand and metal garbage biting my tongue so I did not start singing “Let It Go.”
- I am not comfortable with the amount of adult male face-touching Jean partook in.
- I wish I’d been taking notes like I did during Batman V Superman, honestly.
–your fangirl heroine.