After Disney acquired 20th Century Fox, the rights to the X-Men franchise returned to Marvel Studios. Following the release of critical and commercial flops Dark Phoenix and The New Mutants, the plan now is to reboot these characters, though there's no word on when that's going to happen. However, the current era of stories have definitely reached their end.
Over the years, it's fair to say that fans have found themselves divided: some love the X-Men movies and others hate them. For every argument that they're not remotely comic accurate, there are plenty of people who believe that the likes of X-Men and Logan are deeper than anything Marvel has delivered.
Good points can be found on both sides, but there are definitely some things those who believe these are the greatest comic book movies ever made need to accept. Similarly, those who do nothing but hate on this iteration of the X-Men on the big screen may also have to come to terms with the fact that when it comes to a few of their arguments, they're actually way off base!
From the core series of X-Men movies to spinoffs like Deadpool and Logan, it's time to come to terms with the fact that they're not as good - or bad - as you might think...