It restores the sense of epic adventure and grand-scale storytelling that we saw in X2.
In fact, it perfectly complements that great film and probably surpasses it.
I'm not placing the X-Men film itself on a par with the Godfather but both have become legendary in their particular genre.
After all, it’s one thing to get matches and have conversations, but it’s quite another to turn those into dates, much less a long-term relationship.
With a new feature called “We Met,” Hinge will ask users a few days after they shared their phone numbers if they went on a date, and, if so, if they’d want to see that person again.
Instead, Hinge uses collaborative filtering – people who like X also like Y – to help inform its matches on that front.
With the launch of We Met, Hinge will now know when dates succeed or fail, and eventually, perhaps, why.
The acting here is superb and the dialogue is rich.
Every character feels absolutely believable no matter what abilities they have on display.No cartoonish villains or cheese in sight, every side of the issue is presented by people who believe they are the ones who are in the right and the underlying message of tolerance and bigotry only add to the depth of this film.If not a genre-defining movie than maybe it redefines the comic book genre.The human government develops a cure for mutations, and Jean Gray becomes a darker uncontrollable persona called the Phoenix who allies with Magneto, causing escalation into an all-out battle for the X-Men.Before Charles Xavier and Erik Lensherr took the names Professor X and Magneto, they were two young men discovering their powers for the first time.Dating app Hinge is today launching a new feature aimed at improving its recommendations, based on whether or not matches had successful real-world dates.