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Past Tense Scaricare Film

The 2014 crossover film "X-Men: Days of Future Past" reset the franchise by venturing into the past, creating a second movie timeline. Then there are the two "Deadpool" movies which pretty much exist outside of time.

Past Tense scaricare film

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After the original "X-Men" trilogy, some of the sequels were actually prequels. 2014's "Days of Future Past" erased most of those films from existence. Just about every release afterward took place before 2000's "X-Men." "Days of Future Past" ("DoFP") simultaneously takes place in the future and the past as Wolverine time travels. So you can feel free to watch it second or later on.

Whatever transpired in the next large gap of time anywhere between 2013 and 2023 is a mystery, but Wolverine's efforts obviously didn't help Professor X and Magneto win the war against mutants. Because of that, Wolverine's consciousness is sent back in time to January 1973, as is later noted on a newspaper in "X-Men: Apocalypse." At least twice in the film, we're told Wolverine is about 50 years in the past.

After he prevents the Sentinels from being built, he returns to a new 2023 where Jean Grey, Scott, and everyone he knew is alive. However, because Wolverine altered the past, the films you just watched were essentially erased from 1973 onward. Every film moving forward is part of a second "X-Men" timeline.

It is clear from these examples that the present tense does not always indicate the present time. Similarly, the past tense does not always indicate past time. Hence it is important that time and tense should not be confused.

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