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All the X-Men films from worst to best according to critics

The “X-men” film franchise is one of the longest-running and prolific in the superhero film universe, having gone through ups and downs over the years.

Having said that, we have decided to draw up a list, ranking from worst to best, all the films in the “X-Men” series according to specialized critics.

Our methodology took into account the ratings of the main film review aggregators and websites specialized in the subject.

X-Men: From Worst Film to Best

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Last on the list is “The New Mutants”. The film received widespread negative reviews. The consensus is that the film is generic, inert and confusing in its propositions.

Furthermore, the spin-off was a box office failure. However, all this failure can perhaps be explained by the production problems and delays the film suffered.


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The fourth and final film in the “X-Men” prequels received largely negative reviews from critics.

A word often used by critics and audiences to describe the film is “disappointing.” Furthermore, the film was a resounding failure at the box office.

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A spin-off that functions as a prequel to the main series, “X-Men Origins: Wolverine” is also the first film in the “Wolverine” trilogy.

The film received generally negative critical reception, with reviews pointing out problems with the direction, screenplay, and editing. However, the film did well at the box office.

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The third film in the prequel series received mediocre reception from critics.

Some of the main complaints from the trade media were directed at the “overloaded action” and the villain En Sabah Nur/Apocalypse (Oscar Isaac), who was considered weak.

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The third film in the original “X-Men” film series, “The Last Stand”, was successful at the box office. The film was the seventh highest-grossing film of 2006.

However, the film received mostly mixed reviews and was widely considered to be far inferior to the previous two titles in the series.

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The second film of the character’s solo trilogy “Wolverine” had a generally positive reception from specialized critics.

Overall praise was given to Hugh Jackman’s performance as the hero, the action scenes, and the thematic depth of the plot. Furthermore, the film performed well at the box office.

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The first film of the entire series was well received by specialized critics. Additionally, it was a box office success, grossing over $296 million worldwide.

The film’s widespread success not only gave birth to this entire sprawling film franchise, but also helped spawn a resurgence of superhero films.

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The second film released in the entire “X-Men” series had a largely positive reception from specialized critics. The film was praised for its performances, action scenes, and screenplay.

Furthermore, it was also a box office success. The film was the ninth highest-grossing film of 2003.

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The second film of the antihero “Deadpool” was very well received by audiences and critics.

In addition to being the ninth highest-grossing film of 2018, the film received praise for its relatable humor and action scenes.

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This film helped revitalize the “X-Men” franchise in cinema. It was a critical and commercial success and received general praise for the cast’s performances and the script.

The film was initially conceived as a reboot, but ultimately worked as a prequel to the original series and got several sequels.

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The bronze medal goes to this spin-off starring the antihero Deadpool. The film was a huge commercial and critical success. The film received praise for its faithfulness to the source material and especially for Ryan Reynolds’ performance as Deadpool.

Additionally, “Deadpool” was the ninth highest-grossing film of 2016. The film also received two Critics’ Choice Awards and two Golden Globe nominations.

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The silver medal goes to “X-Men: Days of Future Past”, considered one of the most creative and ingenious films of the entire series. A commercial success, the film was the sixth highest-grossing film of 2014.

The work was highly praised for its time travel plot, which combined the original trilogy of films with “X-Men: First Class” (2011). “Days of Future Past” also received an Oscar nomination for best visual effects, becoming the first X-Men film to be nominated for the award.

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The gold medal goes to the final film in the Wolverine trilogy. “Logan” is significantly ahead of all the other films in the series in terms of critical reception.

The film was acclaimed by the specialized media, who praised its more “auteur” approach and its thematic and emotional depth. The film was also nominated in the Best Adapted Screenplay category at the 90th Academy Awards.

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