>>97718609>thinking that only Disney can make good X-Men movies
Yet, I never fucking said this. The thing is Fox always makes main-brand X-Men movies in a certain style, with the only possible exception being X-Men First Class a little bit. I'm sick of this style, that's why I want someone else to take a crack at it. But with Singer and Kinberg still involved that's not going to happen anytime soon.>and X3 and the latter was actually enjoyable if you take Days of Future Past into consideration
Continuity doesn't make bad movies good retroactively.>Apocalypse was fine
Apocalypse has one of the shittiest scripts in my recent memories.
One of the heroes literally has to commit accidental suicide and blow the entire mansion up in the process for the movie to work and that's just the start. I'll be here all night if I have to name all my other problems with that fucking movie.>You're talking about "X-Men movies", yet only address Apocalypse the entire time. Care to make up your mind you dimwit?
Four out of Six X-Men movies were made by Brian Singer. His most recent one sucked and two of his movies are pretty dated at this point. One of the other two movies was a disaster and another one was made by a director no longer involved with Fox. The next one is a directorial debut by the script writer of both the good and the bad movies in the franchise and that movie is raising a ton of red flags for me.
Without a new writer/director the franchise has gone stale, in my eyes and it really didn't seem like Fox was gonna provide that anytime soon.