The film is about changing the happenings on a day way back in 1973 to make the things changed and thus to clean the universe. X-Men are none but the mutants and Sentinels are the ones who makes them exist and adapt to their power. In 1973, Mystique had killed the creator of the Sentinel which almost brings the rule of mutants to the end. If the scene is changed everything will change. Will it happen or wont is the nice screenplay captured well with excellent star cast. The characters from the original X-Men film trilogy join up with their younger selves from X-Men: First Class in the film.
The action scenes adds value to the film. The 3D though is efficient and not overdone. The acting is solid across the board, with Hugh Jackman taking the major portion of it. Quite like its name, Days of Future Past may just be that — its interesting enough to keep glued to the seats, but not good enough to not see in it reflected glory. The film combines the best elements of the series to produce a satisfyingly fast-paced outing that ranks among the franchise’s finest installments.
Its one of the film where there is a lots of things to see and understand and yet the movie is nice. Interesting adapation from the comics. Kudos to the team.