Okay, okay, we can all admit that the last couple X-Men movies have been less than great. We can all agree that they were pretty much disasters (unless you're that person who says "X-Men 3 is the best one, then you, my simple-minded friend, are an idiot. But I digress).
Forget the mess of X-Men The Last Stand or the wacky X-Men Origins: Wolverine. Let's take it back to the one that started this cinematic mutant craze, Bryan Singer's 2000 "X-Men", and see where we land in preparation of X-Men: First Class.