All Other Sins Pale in Comparison to the Quicksilver Blunder
X-Men: Days of Future Past is a good X-Men flick, but it’s not perfect, as Cinema Sins will tell us. But really, there’s only one real blunder in the film: why the heck did the X-Men ditch Quicksilver after he proved himself to be incredibly useful?
Obviously, Quicksilver couldn’t come with them because he would have solved every single crisis in the movie in the blink of an eye. But why not come up with an explanation? Maybe he didn’t want to help the X-Men anymore, so he demanded that they let him go home? Nope, they just show them all parting ways, and that’s it.
Of course, we know now that Quicksilver was only in the film to stick it to Marvel, who put the character in Avengers: Age of Ultron. Apparently he was originally going to be Juggernaut. And yes, movie studios are that petty. Everybody and every thing is that petty.
And just for kicks, here’s the Honest Trailers version of Days of Future Past.
Posted on November 10, 2014, in Marvel, Movies, Parody, X-Men and tagged Cinema Sins, EWW, X-Men: Days of Future Past. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.
I didn’t even think about Quicksilver’s disappearance in the movie. It just seemed natural for him to leave. I dunno. The only thing that really bothered me was Shadowcat’s weird new time traveling mind powers.
That was definitely a weird thing.