Mutant are born across the world and Professor Xavier brings them together in a mutant school to teach them how to do good with their unusual powers. He calls them X-men. They eventually come into a battle of good vs. evil in this filmed version of the comic book by Bryan Singer.
Released on the 2000-07-13
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Apprentice, Apprenticeship, Betrayal, Boarding School, Child, Childhood, Comic, Erzieher, Field of Force, Fire, Government, Headteacher, Hero, Human Evolution, Invulnerability, Jail Guard, Lone Warrior, Loner, Loss of Powers, Magnet, Magnetic Field, Marvel Comic, Master, Mentor, Mutant, Mutation, Outsider, Parents Kids Relationship, Present, Prison Cell, Puberty, Pupil, Railroad, Railway Station, School, Special Capabilities, Statue of Liberty, Storm, Supernatural Powers, Teacher-Student-Relation, Teenager, Telepathy, Turbulence, Unhappy Childhood, United States of America, Upbringing, Wheelchair, Young People
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