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Dark Phoenix
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Dark Phoenix (2019) : The X-Men face their most formidable and powerful foe when one of their own, Jean Grey, starts to spiral out of control. During a rescue mission in outer space, Jean is nearly killed when she's hit by a mysterious cosmic force. Once she returns home, this force not only makes her infinitely more powerful, but far more unstable. The X-Men must now band together to save her soul and battle aliens that want to use Grey's new abilities to rule the galaxy.

Title Dark Phoenix (2019)
Release Date Jun 05, 2019
Genres , ,
Production Company The Donners' Company, 20th Century Fox, Genre Films, Bad Hat Harry Productions, Marvel Entertainment, Kinberg Genre, TSG Entertainment
Production Countries United States of America
Casts Sophie Turner, James McAvoy, Nicholas Hoult, Tye Sheridan, Michael Fassbender, Alexandra Shipp, Evan Peters, Jessica Chastain, Kodi Smit-McPhee, Jennifer Lawrence, Scott Shepherd
Plot Keywords mutant, telekinesis, superhero, based on comic, superhero team, 1990s, cosmic, x-men
Jean Grey / Dark Phoenix
Jean Grey / Dark Phoenix
Sophie Turner
Charles Xavier / Professor X
Charles Xavier / Professor X
James McAvoy
Hank McCoy / Beast
Hank McCoy / Beast
Nicholas Hoult
Scott Summers / Cyclops
Scott Summers / Cyclops
Tye Sheridan
Erik Lensherr / Magneto
Erik Lensherr / Magneto
Michael Fassbender
Ororo Munroe / Storm
Ororo Munroe / Storm
Alexandra Shipp
Peter Maximoff / Quicksilver
Peter Maximoff / Quicksilver
Evan Peters
Vuk
Vuk
Jessica Chastain
Kurt Wagner / Nightcrawler
Kurt Wagner / Nightcrawler
Kodi Smit-McPhee
Raven Darkholme / Mystique
Raven Darkholme / Mystique
Jennifer Lawrence
Dr. John Grey
Dr. John Grey
Scott Shepherd
Jones
Jones
Ato Essandoh
President of the United States
President of the United States
Brian d'Arcy James
Alison Blaire / Dazzler
Alison Blaire / Dazzler
Halston Sage
Ben Hammil / Match
Ben Hammil / Match
Lamar Johnson
Young Jean Grey
Young Jean Grey
Summer Fontana
Elaine Grey
Elaine Grey
Hannah Anderson
Hospital Doctor
Hospital Doctor
Josh McLaglen
Hospital Doctor
Hospital Doctor
Todd Hallowell
Hospital Doctor
Hospital Doctor
Julianne Jain
Launch Reporter
Launch Reporter
Michael Kives
Launch Anchor
Launch Anchor
Karen Ivany
NASA Flight Director
NASA Flight Director
Lynne Adams
NASA Tech
NASA Tech
Alex Gravenstein
NASA Tech
NASA Tech
Daniel Rindress-Kay
NASA Tech
NASA Tech
Raphael Grosz-Harvey
NASA Tech
NASA Tech
Orphée Ladouceur-Nguyen
News Anchor
News Anchor
Richard Dagenais
News Anchor
News Anchor
Dan Duran
Brazilian News Anchor
Brazilian News Anchor
Isabel Farias Lehoux
Brazilian Kid
Brazilian Kid
Gryffin Hanvelt
Brazilian Kid
Brazilian Kid
Emilio La Torre
Shuttle Commander
Shuttle Commander
Julian Bailey
Shuttle Astronaut
Shuttle Astronaut
André Bédard
Shuttle Astronaut
Shuttle Astronaut
Michael Lipka
Shuttle Astronaut
Shuttle Astronaut
Robert Montcalm
Shuttle Astronaut
Shuttle Astronaut
Sebastian MacLean
Shuttle Astronaut
Shuttle Astronaut
Vanessa Jackson
NASA Press Conference Speaker
NASA Press Conference Speaker
David Patrick Green
Military Police
Military Police
Sean Dennis
Dinner Party Guest
Dinner Party Guest
Eloi Archambaudoin
Dinner Party Guest
Dinner Party Guest
Yanek Gadzala
Dinner Party Guest
Dinner Party Guest
Aphra Williams
Dinner Party Guest
Dinner Party Guest
Maurizio Terrazzano
Dinner Party Guest
Dinner Party Guest
Simon Alain
Woods Party Mutant
Woods Party Mutant
Sébastien Bolduc
White House Guest
White House Guest
Chris Claremont
Cop
Cop
Matt Keyes
Cop
Cop
Suzanna Lenir
Cop
Cop
Amir Sám Nakhjavani
Cop
Cop
Donny Falsetti
Mutant Student
Mutant Student
Brady Allen
Detective
Detective
Dave Campbell
Ariki
Ariki
Andrew Stehlin
Selene Gallio
Selene Gallio
Kota Eberhardt
Genosha Sentry
Genosha Sentry
Tyler Elliot Burke
Army Ranger Captain
Army Ranger Captain
Danny Blanco Hall
Local Reporter
Local Reporter
Aalia Adam
Local Reporter
Local Reporter
Peter Anthony Holder
Dive Bar Bartender
Dive Bar Bartender
Christopher B. MacCabe
Dive Bar Elderly Man
Dive Bar Elderly Man
Frank Fontaine
5th Avenue Dog
5th Avenue Dog
Bonkers
National Guard Officer
National Guard Officer
Sébastien Beaulac
Military Train Guard
Military Train Guard
Alain Chanoine
Military Train Guard
Military Train Guard
Doug Chapman
Helicopter Pilot
Helicopter Pilot
Frédéric North
Helicopter Pilot
Helicopter Pilot
Brian A. Reynolds
Helicopter Pilot
Helicopter Pilot
Doug Uttecht
Helicopter Pilot
Helicopter Pilot
Ben Skorstad
Helicopter Pilot
Helicopter Pilot
Warren Harris
UN Delegate Haiti (uncredited)
UN Delegate Haiti (uncredited)
Melissa Toussaint
UN Guard (uncredited)
UN Guard (uncredited)
Craig Snoyer
Mutant (uncredited)
Mutant (uncredited)
Tony Saquett
National Guard (uncredited)
National Guard (uncredited)
Stephane Ouellet
UN Delegate Spain (uncredited)
UN Delegate Spain (uncredited)
Xavier Sotelo
Local Cop (uncredited)
Local Cop (uncredited)
Olivier Lamarche
CIA Agent (uncredited)
CIA Agent (uncredited)
Christian Labbé
Admiral (uncredited)
Admiral (uncredited)
Serge Martineau
National Guard (uncredited)
National Guard (uncredited)
Guy Iannacone
Journalist (uncredited)
Journalist (uncredited)
Eldon Hunter
UN Reporter #1 (uncredited)
UN Reporter #1 (uncredited)
Christopher Hayes
Girl on the Bus (uncredited)
Girl on the Bus (uncredited)
Amélie Hadouchi
World Leader #1 (uncredited)
World Leader #1 (uncredited)
Frédéric Gilles
Jean Grey's Uncle (uncredited)
Jean Grey's Uncle (uncredited)
Joey Coleman
Helicopter Pilot 1 (uncredited)
Helicopter Pilot 1 (uncredited)
Julien Irwin Dupuy
French waitress (uncredited)
French waitress (uncredited)
Marine Buton
(uncredited)
(uncredited)
Daniel Cudmore
NYPD (uncredited)
NYPD (uncredited)
Ilyes Belayel
Chinese UN Reporter (uncredited)
Chinese UN Reporter (uncredited)
George Chiang
U.N. Lead Guard (uncredited)
U.N. Lead Guard (uncredited)
Éric Clark
Businessman (uncredited)
Businessman (uncredited)
Alexandre Bélanger

Reviews

  • SWITCH.

    It’s just a shame that 'X-Men' was never able to live up to its potential in this form. Drawn of clichés, a tired script and a tired cast, it’s a big wet flop of a film where it looked like the cast were just there to collect their cheques. It’s probably something to wait for a digital release and watch on a rainy Sunday afternoon where you can fall asleep during the exhausting middle section and wake up at the mildly less-exhausting end. If anyone needs me, I’ll be looking for Cyclops, hot choccie, blanket and hug. - Brent Davidson Read Brent's full article... https://www.maketheswitch.com.au/article/review-x-men-dark-phoenix-untapped-potential

  • msbreviews

    If you enjoy reading my Spoiler-Free reviews, please follow my blog :) Honestly, I'm going straight to the point, and I'm going to try not to waste anyone's time since that's precisely what Dark Phoenix did. Clearly, no one in the production team cared about this movie. Now, after watching the film, it's pretty easy to understand the reasons behind the constant delays, and the poor marketing campaign (I barely saw anything remotely publicizing this movie). It's not a complete disaster, it's not an absolute mess, but the third act is such a stab into the fans' hearts. Literally, one of the most abrupt endings of the last few years. It really feels like a producer entered the writers' room and said something along the lines of "let's just hurry this up, Marvel Cinematic Universe is right around the corner, nothing of what we do here matters." I'm not going to lie, it's actually true. No matter how amazing or horrible this film ended up to be, it wouldn't really matter, which is probably the most negative aspect of this Disney-Fox merger. Days Of Future Past is arguably one of the better X-Men installments, but Apocalypse and Dark Phoenix feel such a waste of time because they never really explore what the time-travel event really changed, and now time's up, a complete reboot is coming. The first act of this movie is genuinely remarkable. I felt invested in both the story and characters, I was deeply captivated by what they were doing, and Hans Zimmer's score elevates a specific sequence that on IMAX really shows off both the visual and audio's phenomenal quality. Until midway through, it's a pretty well-written, well-performed, and exciting film (with occasional minor issues). However, after a risky yet convincing plot point, Simon Kinberg annihilates everything he was working on until then. From this moment on, I can feel the famous merger being signed, and everyone working on this movie just giving up. The writing becomes atrocious, one of the most forgettable and nonsensical villains ever shows up (and I thought that comic-book adaptations were working past the cliche "bad guys"), characters like Quiksilver are barely in the film (why set up his relationship with his father if they never approach that subplot again?), and the ending lasts around three minutes. Three. In this amount of time, they do the equivalent of the last hour of Avengers: Endgame. Now, try to imagine that epic hour of climactic battles crushed into a couple of minutes... The cast truly tries. Sophie Turner carries this movie with such an emotionally powerful performance that I almost feel that she alone deserved a positive review. James McAvoy (Professor Charles Xavier) continues his streak of gripping displays (if he doesn't get a freaking Oscar in the next years, I'll explode), Michael Fassbender is splendid as Magneto, and Jennifer Lawrence (Mystique) doesn't do much. Nicholas Hoult (Beast) is a pleasant surprise, but Jessica Chastain (Smith) is the only one at fault here. I never felt any interest from the actress in getting into a superhero film, and honestly, it shows. She's definitely the one that couldn't care less about what comes out of this, so she just offers a one-dimensional performance for a pretty lousy villain. The screenplay is filled with characters making uncharacteristic decisions (they feel unearned), and exposition scenes that don't really do justice to the compelling backstories. Nevertheless, I always feel the need to come back to the ending. I rather have a slow start, but a strong finish than the other way around. Dark Phoenix delivers a fast-paced, entertaining, and captivating first act, but slowly starts to degrade until it culminates with one of the saga's worst third acts. Sure, the action is great, and it's quite well-filmed actually, but it all ends so quickly that you don't have enough time even to try to enjoy it. If it wasn't for Hans Zimmer's score, which completely nailed me to the screen, my brain would have shut itself down before the wrap-up. It's a shame that such a beloved franchise like the X-Men has to end like this. Simon Kinberg, knowing that the merger was going to happen, should have changed the last half, and risk a lot more, to be honest. If the movie really didn't matter, then they should have tried to do something that was never done before, and go all-out. If it fails, it fails, but at least it would have been remembered as a courageous and powerful film. This way, not only it's a disappointing culmination to a 20-year saga, but it's forgettable. It's not even horrible enough for people to remember how bad it was, it's just ... Meh. If they didn't care, how can they ask the audience to do it for them? All in all, Dark Phoenix ends up being what everyone feared it would be: a movie that didn't matter, at all. One that didn't even try to pay homage to an extraordinary saga that notably influenced the comic-book genre. The worst of all is that everyone can imagine how great it could have been since the cast is perfect (Sophie Turner shines), Hans Zimmer's score is sumptuous, and the action is riveting. The worst feeling that a fan can have is that disappointment with how the film turned out to be mixed with the frustration due to how well a fan can imagine how amazing it could have been. However, a flawed narrative with a terrible villain and questionable character decisions ruins those dreams. With one of the most abrupt endings of the last years, X-Men reaches its end as an isolated franchise, and it now rests its hopes on Kevin Feige and Marvel co. that the MCU will do the mutants justice. PS: as you know, I try to avoid trailers as much as I can. After watching Dark Phoenix's ones, I can only advise you to not watch a single one. Not even the first one. Especially that first one! I can't understand how someone approves trailers so spoilery as these ones. Unbelievable. Rating: C

  • Movie Queen41

    I don't think this was the disaster that the critics make it out to be, but it is one of the lesser Fox X-Men movies. Both the opening scene where the X-Men rescue astronauts stranded in space and the ending where Magneto and the X-Men fight aliens on a train were well done action scenes. It's the middle that sags a bit. The film lacks energy and emotional impact. Simon Kinberg wrote and directed this second go around of the Phoenix Saga as a way to atone for writing the mediocre The Last Stand. But this film does not really improve on that film at all. I am eager to see Kevin Feige cover the full Phoenix Saga properly in a trilogy. You cannot cram the Phoenix story into one movie. We've barely gotten to know these young versions of these characters from Apocalypse. The worst performance is from Jennifer Lawrence, whose Raven is completely smug and obnoxious towards Prof. X. I was happy when she exited the movie. You can tell she doesn't care about this franchise at all. Beast acts completely out of character and joins Magneto to kill Jean--something he would never do. Quicksilver exits the movie quickly after being injured by Jean and only returns at the very end. His relationship with his father, Magneto, is never addressed. Scott Summers takes orders from Mystique (ugh!) and never shows any leadership abilities. The villains are generic evil aliens who want to use the Phoenix Force to take over the world. They are just bargain basement Skrulls. Then there are the usual continuity errors with other X-Men movies. Apocalypse showed that Phoenix was a part of Jean, just like The Last Stand did. Now we are told that the Phoenix lives outside of Jean and comes from outer space. Also, when you see how things end for Prof. X and Jean in this movie, it's unlikely that either of them would appear at the end of Days of Future Past to greet Logan at the school. Overall, disappointing and the perfect time for Disney to reboot this property.

  • shailen

    It's a really good movie with superb graphics and storyline.

  • Wuchak

    ***A fuller rendition of the Jean Grey Plot of “X-Men 3” with Sophie Turner*** This is another take on the Jean Grey story of “X-Men: The Last Stand” (2006). That movie was good up until the last act with the conventional battle between the good and bad mutants at Alcatraz Island, which diverged from the more interesting core story concerning Jean. “Dark Phoenix” (2019) has a similar problem in that Jean’s inner conflict between good and evil is the most interesting element, along with the other mutants being troubled by her transformation and trying to figure out how to handle it. Unfortunately, as with “X-Men 3,” the filmmakers insist on having everything come down to a big battle sequence that’s overlong and predictable, although it’s better and more moving here. A good example of predictableness is when Magneto (Michael Fassbender) utilizes many rifles to shoot Vuk (Jessica Chastain); you know very well that the bullets are going to be totally useless. The ending’s not bad, just tedious and perfunctory, similar to the big battle sequence in “Avengers: Endgame,” albeit less dull. The original climax of “Dark Phoenix” took place in space and had too many similarities to “Captain Marvel,” which beat “Dark Phoenix” to the theaters. So the creators had to reshoot the ending as a battle sequence involving a train, but it didn’t feel tacked on or inorganic, although the Juk/aliens subplot did. I prefer Sophie Turner to Famke Janssen in the titular role. She’s just an all-around pleasure to behold, although acting-wise she’s not yet up to the caliber of Fassbender, James McAvoy (Xavier) or Jennifer Lawrence (Raven), not even close. In any case, I found the Phoenix story fascinating just as I did with “The Last Stand,” but here it’s more fleshed out, which makes it better in some ways. I just wish the creators would have the gonads to do something fresh rather than strap the conventional “big battle” ending on what could have been a great movie. If you liked “First Class” (2011), “Days of Future Past” (2014) and “Apocalypse” (2016), “Dark Phoenix” is cut from the same cloth in all-around quality. I prefer “Days” and “Apocalypse,” but “Dark Phoenix” ain’t no slouch, despite what detractors might say; and it’s superior to “First Class.” The film runs 1 hour, 53 minutes. GRADE: B+

  • Gimly

    I don't know if _Dark Phoenix_ is the **worst** entry in the X-Men franchise. I feel like I remember being much more angry walking out of _Last Stand_ than this one. _Dark Phoenix_ didn't really make me "angry"... It didn't make me feel anything I guess. But there was just **nothing** I liked about this. Like, _Apocalypse_ was a bad movie, absolutely, but I really enjoyed that bit in the middle where the young X-Men got to the shopping centre together. That elevated it for me, even if it didn't stop it being a bad movie. _Dark Phoenix_ has no such moment. Nothing. I. Liked. _Final rating:★½: - Boring/disappointing. Avoid where possible._

  • JPV852

    Not as bad as I feared and the plot in and of itself was fine, as were the performances (outside of accents going in and out depending on the scene), even Sophie Turner was okay, the visual effects were alright and the direction serviceable. However, the biggest problem was the dialogue which ranged from predictable (to the point I could predict lines from time to time) to absolutely atrocious. Not sure where this ranks amongst the "franchise", though initially I'd say it is above Apocalypse, a movie I didn't care much for but a far cry from First Class and Days of Future Past. **2.75/5**

  • Per Gunnar Jonsson

    I had seen somewhat mixed opinions of this movie and none of them were really that great so I had some doubts about it. Anyway, the other day I sat down with the kids and watched it. Far from the greatest X-Men movie but it’s not that bad either. It’s okayish. The story is fairly decent and, as usual, the special effects (which is really why I watch these movies) is quite good actually. The characters are doing a decent enough job of their roles although none of them are really up to the standard Patrick Stewart brought to the franchise. The biggest gripe I have with the movie is it’s incessant whining. Jean is quite cool when she get’s pissed off and shows off her powers pretty much stopping anything that gets thrown at her. However those good moments are overshadowed by both her and other characters going into whining mode every so often. And Hank is just a bloody annoying asshole. I haven’t really read that many X-Men comics (didn’t have them in Sweden when I grew up) so I cannot say I know much about Jean’s real story in those. I noticed that a lot of people complained about the story in the movie not being “the right” one. Sure, when they take a known character and remakes him for no good reason that pisses me off as well but this is NOT a one star movie by any stretch of the imagination. Overall I cannot say that I really felt disappointed having watched it. Not exactly overjoyed either but it made for a decent enough movie evening with the kids.