jennifer lawrence

saw X-Men: First Class last night, and wow.  It was much better then I was expecting it to be, this was the same company that brought us the confusion of Wolverine: Origins (or was that “X-Men: Origins: Wolverine“?)

Every time Jennifer Lawrence was on screen she took my breath away though, especially when she was all blued up in her Mystique make-up…yowza, she looked nice.

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    1. I respectfully disagree. I thought her face was fat like an orangutan. She looked chubby and weird and it bothered me the whole movie.


    2. Although the movie wasn’t bad per se, I had some issues with it:

      (a) X-men stories seem to have only one plot: the lovely and not-at-all-Mary-Sue-like mutants are pure at heart (well, except the ones trying to kill all humans), and despite that, they are hated by the hateful humans who hate the wonderful mutants because they are hateful haters full of hatred, and are like totally jealous of the mutant’s wonderfulness which is totally the only reason why the hate them. At least if you don’t count the part where a mutant tries to kill everyone.

      (b) X-men stories have only one villain. Sure, the bad guy here isn’t Magneto. But he’s supposed to be Magneto’s inspiration, and he says and does exactly the same things we’ve seen Magneto say and do a million times. (He even wears the goddamn helmet, for Pete’s sake.)

      (c) For all the movie’s craptastically explicit and obvious message of “everyone should totally tolerate and love the not-at-all-Mary-Sue mutants”, and its even more obvious attempt to equate hatred of mutants with homophobia, it seems to fail noticing that it’s about as politically correct as a Rush Limbaugh speech on black feminists. The black guy is the only X-men to get killed. Spoiler alert, by the way. And which one betrays them? The black girl, of course. And of course, Mystique is absolutely useless in the movie. Well, she does one thing, but it’s the most absolutely simple and obvious thing you’d expect from her. Emma Frost gets kicked out of the movie about halfway through and doesn’t take part in the climax. And the CIA girl is the one who (indirectly) puts Prof. X in a wheelchair. So, according to the movie: mutants (*cough* they mean gays *cough) are totally cool and should totally be proud to be who they are, but blacks and women do little but get in the way of the real heroes (*cough* they mean the gays *cough*).


    3. Is this an awkward shot of her in costume or did the whole movie have her looking like someone put a quick layer of textured playdoh over her junk?


    4. I would touch her inappropriately.


    5. Considering that Michael Fassbender and James McAvoy are pretty good actors, I have high hopes for this.


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