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Once again, a fantastic documentary from John Pilger.
Truly excellent. Everyone should watch this.
Probably the worst film. Not many good character moments like previous films and was just a lot of rushing about and empty actions scenes. The film really didn't make any sense. Certain things wern't explained or even given screen time. It was a huge anti-climax and a wasted opportunity.
Had the potential to be a disaster, but worked out quite well. Credit has to go to James McAvoy and Michael Fassbender as Charles and Erik respectively who worked wonderfully together and gave great performances. The film tied together quite nicely with the first two films, while the third seems to have been thankfully ignored. Overall, a really good film.
A very important film, with some slight similarities to Schindler's List. It's a well made film with a brutal and utterly tragic story, which certainly deserves the same recognition as Schindler's List.