There's an element of trust present here (present always) between Erik and Charles. Erik knew Charles was without his powers and didn't harm him (that explosion was more emotional than intentional). Charles lunged at him knowing full well that Erik is aware of him losing his power. Yet, he did. And Erik allowed him to vent his anger and hurt and resentments and jealousy. And Erik waited it out before he took a jab at Charles. They both were emotional. And they allowed each other the space to be vulnerable to each other, without worrying about hurting each other.
(Also, it seems they are always vulnerable and open to each other when they're not Magneto and Professor X).
Honestly, I side with Magneto here. Charles turned his back on helping people and his beliefs just for a normal life. Sure Charles and Erik have different viewpoints and always have, even in the comics and the older films, but Erik had the FULL ON right to push Charles off that high horse of his!
X-MEN: First Class
-- Underrated, forgotten
X-MEN: Days of Future Past
-- Very good, widely known
-- Y'all hear sumn?
X-MEN: Dark Phoenix
-- Trailers are looking good, except they look like shit, but they're good looking and look like they're shit.
I know this is supposed to be an emotional scene, but I crack up every time I see how everyone and everything on the plane is flying from wall to wall while Erik is like perpendicular and magnetically glued to the floor.
how the hell could Charles save em if Magneto took his ability to walk? He had every right to be miserable, and I hated it when Magneto was so proud when he said he changed Raven to make her own decisions and Charles said that that decision would lead to their extinction and Magneto was like "Not IF wE ChAngE ThE FutUre TomORroW"🙄, that asshole just won't admit that he's wrong especially when most of the mutants that were experimented on were his own teammates..and he blamed charles for abandoning them! tf??
first of all...kinbergs crap is not canon.
and if it were...let me remind you all.
mctaggart brought the gun to the beach.
she fired at magneto.
she is the one responsible for charles being crippled.
charles...if he were a true leader...would have said something like..."get us out of here, azazel!"
before it got sticky.
Whats funny, is that Fassbender remembers this scene as one of his most poorly acted ones... "It just sounds like me, shouting", he states. He wanted to add some more distortion or smtng... Can you imagine not being pleased, with one of the most epic dramatic scenes in the entire franchise? Its insane.
"How'd that work out for you?"
Well I ended up taking your powers away with a serum after you unleashed the Dark Phoenix on the world in an attempt to stop mutant kind from being cured. Then again, you are played by Ian McKellan, so I suppose that's a plus. Oh yeah, you got Charles blown up as well.
And you know what? Rave was such an idiot in this movie. Like literally, Charles told her to stop or she would cause the annihilation of all mutants with her skin cells in the future but she was all like "No, you're not the boss of me!" And it made Charles look like the overprotecting control freak? Why did Charles have to talk her out of it at the end of the movie when she was being unreasonable in the first place? Sigh💨 Okay I'm done ranting.
+zack stoner In Apocalypse? I think Charles was kidnapped by the time the government stormed in. Or in other movies? And you are right Charles is too passive and Eric is too violent. I wish that they came together and had this kind of compromise in the beginning, maybe it would have worked out better.
+andie dandy There both wrong Charles is to passive and Erik is to extreme. Remember Erik tried to live Charles way. He had a family, They were killed in front of him, for being different. Charles has never tried living Erik's way. I forgot what movie at the end, Charlies said he would feel bad for anyone who came to his school looking for trouble. Yet when the government stormed the school, Charles was no where to be found. Charles talks a nice game but its unrealistic and he never follows threw. Erik talks big and is willing to burn the world to get his way.
Mutant brothers and sisters, all dead because you took them to join your Brotherhood fighting a fear-induced genocidal war against (then) impossible odds. “United we stand”. Their deaths are on you, Magneto, not the friend you inadvertently crippled and then abandoned as he lay bleeding out in the sand.
Charles owes no allegiance to people who abandoned him, for you, when he was at his most vulnerable. You failed to protect them, and now you project to escape that fact.
I think both of their arguments were wrong. Humans will never fully accept mutants for they are afraid of the unknown. Erik warned Charles that in some way mutant kind will be in danger of being extinct, evident in the film, Logan.
Charles was too naive to see that.
Erik underestimated what humans can do when their survival is at stake.
Dante Crailman he would just be riding on the plane for most of it, and his metabolism being a problem was never brought up. he could've done a lot for them. if anyone started shooting at them, he could instantly get rid of them like in the kitchen. hell, he could have used his speed to do restrain Magneto when he tried to shoot Mystique.
They're like the eldest of siblings arguing like grown ups over their share in the inheritance and my gooood, it gave me goosebumps cause you can hear the intensity in their voice like a real life scolding of a child! Damn!
Magneto lost his mom and dad, but Charles didn’t because (in the movies) at least I think Charle’s dad died or something meanwhile like it seems in the picture his mother never was that mommy that make you hot chocolate, he was nejectled by his mom. So maybe magneto losses his parents but the sad thing it’s that Charles never can’t lose they because he in a mood hasn’t have parents.
I. Th. Magneto controls magnetic fields to a ludicrous degree. In the comics, this has been extended to the point of knocking people unconscious by slowing/stopping the flow of iron to their brains. He cannot control non-ferrous (non-magnetic) metals.
Charles and Erik had a strain relationship due to the differences of their ideals. Erik considered all the mutants that he and Charles recruited in First Class as his friends. Him bringing up Banshee to the argument cornered Charles for a moment.
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