Continuity mistake: In the end, when the President is visited by the X-Men, he receives a blue binder, which is laid in front of him on the table. When they have left, you see a shot including the President's desk, and you can see that the only thing he has on the table are some sheets of paper, stapled in the upper left corner, opened up. Then the shot changes to a close-up of the President, and then back again, and you see the blue binder in front of him, closed, and the papers have disappeared. (02:01:40)
X-Men 2 is Bryan Singer's bigger, better X-movie where he has Professor Xavier's mutant heroes team up with Magneto's Brotherhood to stop a mutual threat in the form of Colonel Stryker, a compelled Lady Deathstrike and his son, who is a powerful mutant. Joining in is Nightcrawler, and many cameos that if you blink you might miss them such as Kitty Pryde, Jubilee, Dani Moonstar, and Siryn. Generally better written and more entertaining that the first film, though teasing about the Phoenix was a tad cruel to fans. Still fun to see after 16 yrs.
Pyro: You know all those dangerous mutants you hear about in the news? I'm the worst one.
Trivia: During the scene in the bar with Mystique and the prison guard, the person on the TV is Dr. Hank McCoy - this is the real name of X-Man The Beast.
Question: When Jean 'hears everything' at the museum, she hears a man yell "to the shelter" this suggests that she can hear all the way to Washington D.C. with her incoming increase of powers. My question is can the Phoenix hear the future? If you watch with the subtitles, you see as she's looking around, it says WOMAN- THEY'RE GONNA KILL HIM the voice is of Rogue in the scene where she bobby and john are in the tunnels after Logan closes the passage way.
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