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LOS ANGELES: The good news is "Dark Phoenix" is neither an apocalypse nor is it "X-Men: Apocalypse".It's supposed to be the culmination of 20 years of X-Men movies.The main action is set in 1992, a decade after the events in "Apocalypse" and 30 years after the events in "X-Men: First Class".The X-Men are finally being regarded as heroes and he's become the public face of the operation, with a direct line to the U.S. president and everything.As with the other X-Men movies featuring this younger cast, the best parts are usually when Magneto and Charles are in the same scene, which we do get a bit of here in a pretty fun action sequence on a train that introduced me to the concept of "dreadlock fighting".
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