Kyle Osborne’s Video Movie Review of ‘X-Men: Days Of Future Past’

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Here is Kyle Osborne’s Video Review of ‘X-Men: Days Of Future Past.’

If you saw X-Men: Days Of Future Past, please leave a comment in the ‘comment box’ below and let us know what you thought about the movie.

LINKS
Kyle Osborne’s Video Film Review of ‘Godzilla.’

Q&A with ‘Godzilla’ Director Gareth Edwards.

Kyle Osborne’s website entertainmentordie.com

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Kyle Osborne
Kyle Osborne has been an Entertainment Reporter since he was a teenager. He's worked in TV, Radio, Print, and Online. He has worked in every time zone across the country and started in Europe, before coming to the states. Kyle owns www.EntertainmentOrDie.com, where he reviews movies, concerts and plays. Osborne is a two-time Emmy Award winner, and four-time nominee, who loves every genre of movies, music, theatre, and art. You can also find his work on Northwest Cable News, seen in Seattle, Portland, and Spokane, among other northwest cities. His reports also appear on www.EcoPlanetRadio.com and www.Examiner.com He lives in the Washington DC area where he also works as a freelance photographer and videographer. His "Backstage At The Birchmere" segments with legendary musicians appear on www.birchmere.com. He is also a Senior Media Researcher for Vocus, Inc. Kyle is the proud father of two grown daughters; he loves community volunteering, biking, running and anything that qualifies as "Entertainment."

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  1. well obviously it rectifies the horridness of ‘Last Stand’ – the one X-men movie where the fans wanted to crucify the writers (.. and hack director Bretr Ratner). Here though, the elements of what made X2 so great are evident and work to such brilliant effect under Singer’s competent direction. Aside from Storm who stands around and basically does nothing, a huge flaw in the entire film series, all the characters seem so well integrated – and ties storylines and character development that were previously established in prior movies. The action set pieces are something to behold – most notably Evan Peter’s Quicksilver – if you’ve seen it, you know what I’m talking about. (that scene also is best experienced in 3D). All in all, for fans of X1 and X2 (I must confess, ‘First Class’ didn’t impress me all that much) this is a worthy sequel

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