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DVD review | X-Men: First Class – Born in the heat of the Cold War: How the Marvel mutants became X-Men
X-Men: First Class lives up to its title. Smart and spectacular, it’s up there in the top rank of superhero films. With Kick-Ass director Matthew Vaughn at the helm, the sci-fi action series goes back to the beginning for an … Continue reading
The sci-fi action series featuring the Marvel Comics mutants took a dip with its last two outings, 2006’s sprawling X-Men: Last Stand and 2009’s scrappy Wolverine spin-off, but X-Men: First Class lives up to its title. Smart and spectacular, it’s … Continue reading
“Kick-Arse”. That’s how director Matthew Vaughn, comic-book writer Mark Millar and co all say the title of their movie Kick-Ass on the engaging making-of-the-movie extra features on the film’s Blu-ray and DVD release. The unapologetically Anglo-Saxon pronunciation tells you just … Continue reading
Forcing my way through the post-screening throng after London’s first Kick-Ass preview, I bumped into a journalist friend who was fizzing with excitement over Matthew Vaughn’s new comic-book movie. A few paces more and I came upon two other … Continue reading