After being teased about it midway through the credits of The Wolverine, we arrive at the next installment in the X-Men film franchise. Remember? When Logan returned to America, he received an unexpected visit from both Magneto and Professor Xavier. The two warned him about a severe threat to mutant-kind. Thus, we have X-Men: Days of Future Past.
Maybe it’s me, but looking at a work that’s inspired by a comic series where I’m heavily familiar with the source material, as is currently the case with AMC’s The Walking Dead, or in this case, The Amazing Spider-Man 2, I find myself looking at this from two viewpoints: as a comic book fan and a guy who is aspiring to be an aspiring critic. Or just a guy with an opinion on film, really.
I don’t think I’ve seen such polarizing opinions on a Spider-Man film since Spider-Man 3, but man, people are divided on this film.