Marvel has been all the buzz this summer. And with the latest release of the highly anticipated New Mutants movie (you can check out the trailer here), we’re looking back at the best X men films that have lead up to the final installment of the series.
Logan is one of the highest rated X Men films, and with good reason. Hugh Jackman’s performance as Logan is unmatched and James Mangold’s directing helps tell an unique superhero story that stands out among the rest. The film centers on Logan as he cares for Professor X in a hideout on the Mexican border. But when a young mutant arrives, everything changes for Logan and he’s forced to come out of hiding to get her to safety – no matter the cost.
X:Men Days of Future Past
Go on a fast-paced ride in X:Men Days of Future Past. The movie centers on the characters from the original X-Men trilogy as they join forces with their younger selves to save the future for both humans and mutants. Critics rave about the film’s ability to combine casts of two eras to make a fantastic, action-packed installment in the series that’s a blast for everyone.
Go on an exciting adventure to Japan in The Wolverine. In this flick, Logan sets out to meet an old friend, but ends up getting involved in a twisting yakuza and mutant conspiracy he never expected. Watch as he faces his ultimate enemy in an epic battle like none other.
Is he a hero, an anti-hero, or somewhere in between? It’s up to you to decide. Deadpool and Deadpool 2 are the perfect superhero films for both superhero lovers and non-superhero movie fans. Ryan Reynolds takes on the role of Wade as Deadpool with full force and even more foul-mouthed humor. Both films offer serious action with plenty of laugh-out-loud jokes, making them unique standouts among the films in our list.
This fun comedy flick centers on Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter starring in the roles of burnout besties, Bill and Ted. Except it’s been a couple of years since their last adventures in Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure and Bill and Ted’s Bogus Journey – and now they’re not just dudes but dads too. The story of this long-awaited film centers on a song that can save the world as we know it – and Bill and Ted are the only ones who hold the key. Go along on their epic journey and see how they can help unite us all in this light hearted nostalgic comedy this weekend.
Solve the mystery in The Vanished. This crime thriller centers around the disappearance of a couple’s daughter while they are on vacation. It’s up to the sheriff to chase down a lead, but it isn’t long before the parents decide to take matters into their own hands.
One Night in Bangkok
Get in on the action in One Night in Bangkok. This flick centers on a man who flies to Bangkok, gets a gun and hires a driver for the night. When he starts making kills at each stop the driver realizes it’s too late to get away, while a police officer races against the clock to get on their tail and stop them before more lives get taken.
Bruce Willis is back in Hard Kill. This movie tells the story of a billionaire tech CEO whose daughter gets kidnapped by terrorists in order to get to his work, which has the power to destroy the world. How far will he have to go to save it all?
Follow the digital misadventures of brilliant computer-programmer-turned hacker Elliot in Mr. Robot, and grab the complete series for a steal of a deal for a limited time.
RuPaul’s Drag Race: Vegas Revue
The queens are taking on a Las Vegas residency in RuPaul’s Drag Race: Vegas Revue! Go on the journey with Naomi Smalls, Derrick Barry, and others as they turn it all the way out for the fabulous show.