Why ‘X-Men’ Shames Glitzy Successors

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Bryan Singer’s “X-Men,” the first in the series, boldly begins in Poland, 1944.

We see Eric Lehnsherr, later known as Magneto, as a young man being torn apart from his parents in a Nazi concentration camp.

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