Blu-ray Review: X-Men: Days Of Future Past – Empire Magazine Edition

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Written by Lewis Mainwaring

After seeing this film on opening night way back in May, I had this on pre-order straight away.

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Available exclusively on Amazon.co.uk this limited edition Blu-ray comes packaged as a hardback book and features the exclusive  promotional tie-in covers from  Empire Magazine.

Empire Magazine as part of their 25 year celebrations produced 25 inter-locking collectable covers – showcasing various X-Men characters and Director Bryan Singer. In this boxset 23 of these covers are shown – Bryan Singer & Rogue’s covers have not been included in this set.

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This latest instalment of the X-Men Film series shows both Magneto (Ian Mckellen/Michael Fassbender) and Professor Xavier (Patrick Stewart/James McAvoy) teaming up in a bid for survival against the Sentinels. This film joins together the beloved characters from the original “X-Men” film trilogy as sees them join forces with their younger selves from the past, “X-Men: First Class,” in order to change a major historical event and fight in an epic battle that could save their future.

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Without giving away too many of the films numerous plot twists and Easter eggs for the viewer – this film is a must see for any fan of the X-Men franchise but also has wide appeal for non-die hard fans.

The special features included on this disc are:-

* Deleted scenes with commentary by Bryan Singer,

* Exclusive documentaries,

* Gag reels,

* Stills gallery,

* An exclusive sneak peek of Ridley Scott’s upcoming movie – Exodus: Gods and Kings.

Overall I would rate the movie 10 out of 10 for bringing back Bryan Singer to the X-Men franchise. Bryan please never leave again WE do not want another case of X-Men 3 !!!!!!!!

This limited edition box set is a must have for collectors, die hard fans and is amazing value – currently at £17.50!!!!!


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