X-Men: Days of Future Past

Theatrical Release: May 23, 2014
X-Men: Days of Future Past


The ultimate X-Men ensemble fights a war for the survival of the species across two time periods in X-Men: Days of Future Past. The characters from the original X-Men film trilogy join forces with their younger selves from X-Men: First Class in an epic battle that must change the past – to save our future.

Dove Review

The new “X-Men” movie, “Days of Future Past”, is action packed and features time travel to 1973 as well as seeing characters such as Magneto and Professor X in both versions of their younger and older selves. The viewer gets to see President Nixon, Washington, old TV sets and it might produce a nostalgia factor for some. In a comical scene, someone needs to be found and the phone book is suggested which is rather funny for people who use the computer a lot these days. The plot twists and turns a lot, regarding characters trying to prevent Jennifer Lawrence’s character, Raven/Mystique, from assassinating a man that in the future will cause great hardship for the mutants.

Despite some good themes-such as the young can mature and develop and change for the better, it should be noted there are a lot of scenes featuring comic-book type violence. The movie features a few strong utterances of language in addition to rear male nudity and we are therefore unable to award “X-Men: Days of Future Past” our Dove Seal for family friendly viewing.

Content Description

Faith: None
Integrity: None
Sex: A character goes back into time to inhabit his own body and he is sleeping with a woman and there is the innuendo that he is not sleeping with her now but did in the past; a "sc*ewing her" comment.
Language: GD-1; F-1; "God forsaken country" comment-1; G/OMG-2; A-3; Holy S/S-4; D-3; PO-1
Violence: Corpses dumped on ground and seen in photos; alien creatures engulf a few aliens in flames; woman killed with spike through body though its not a bloody scene; several characters are shot and there are several fights and punches with a little blood; a few stabbings; guards knocked aside; robots shoot police cars; men knocked out with metal balls; man hit with block of concrete.
Drugs: Drinking and a few shots to treat various mutant symptoms; a character smokes a cigar in a few scenes; bottles of alcohol seen.
Nudity: Rear male nudity; shirtless men; cleavage.
Other: Tension between characters; betrayal; characters vomit.


Company: 20th Century Fox
Writer: Simon Kinberg & Jane Goldman
Director: Bryan Singer
Producer: Simon Kinberg
Genre: Action
Runtime: 131 min.
Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter