[Ranking] Worst To Best X-Men Movies – Part 2

[Ranking] Worst To Best X-Men Movies – Part 2

After a list of 6 X-Men movies from worst to best previously shown, let's check the remained films of this fantastic un...

After a list of 6 X-Men movies from worst to best previously shown, let's check the remained films of this fantastic universe.

7. X-Men (2000)

The film directed by Bryan Singer brought a group of famous superheroes from the comics to the big screen with expensive filmmaking. In this movie, besides the threat from humans, mutants also split into two sides and fight against each other.


Critics all agree that the X-Men is not only sticking to the comic but also full of eye-catching action, bringing the large, classic superhero group to the big screen through a real cast.

6. Deadpool 2

After surviving a failed suicide, Deadpool formed a superhero team to prevent a threat from the future called Cable.


Critics said that although it is difficult to overcome the shadow of the previous movie, Deadpool 2 is still a bloody, attractive superhero movie and Ryan Reynolds's undeniable charm.

5. Deadpool

Marvel's first personal film about anti-hero cult, Deadpool tells about the changing cause of Wade Wilson - from a handsome former agent to a mercenary with a weird appearance.


Critics were fascinated by a superhero movie that seemed to break every rule, fast pace, and no less humorous. Again, Ryan Reynolds is also one of the factors that make the film a success.

4. X2: X-Men United

When the assassination of the president was unsuccessful, the suspect was now mutant Nightcrawler and the government fought against the race. The mutants have to stand side by side, against the danger more than ever.


Bryan Singer had a chance to prove that his movie was better than the last when receiving such high praise from the critics. A tight script, dramatic actions and impressive ambition, X2: X-Men United is not only epic but better than its predecessor, a hallmark for comic book spinoffs.

3. X-Men: First Class

After being rebooted, X-Men: First Class tells the story of the founding of the X-Men, along with a terrible plot after the Cold War.


Critics all appreciated the solid script, stylish direction, and powerful performance from the quality cast.

2. X-Men: Days Of Future Past

Bryan Singer's best X-Men movie pushes mutants to the brink of extinction, forced them to join together going back to the past to correct their mistakes.


Critics agree that the movie is a combination of best of the best elements in the franchise.

1. Logan

Logan is Wolverine's last film - Hugh Jackman's farewell to the franchise. Set in a distant future when the mutants almost disappear, Logan, gruff, exhausted, isolated, accidentally gets caught up in a war with humans again brought by a young mutant.


According to critics, this is Hugh Jackman's top farewell to Wolverine, when he does not hesitate to show violent, bloody action in a superhero movie, full of action. Logan also received an Oscar nomination for Best Adaptation Screenplay.