Now that the car crash that was X-3, or X-Men: The Last Stand has been expunged from cinematic history (making it possibly the only example of a movie franchise deliberately redacting its own canon to get rid of the crappy bits), theres a real chance that we could get ourselves a mutant movieverse worthy of the letter X. That we, of course, means fans of the X-Men comic books. Were a hardy breed, having adapted over decades of patient reading to put up with clones, twins, aliens, demons and more time travel shenanigans than anyone should have to deal with who isnt being chased by a Terminator. In terms of the films, not only have we endured the indignity of Brett Ratners coarse, inexpert pawing at some of the greatest comics characters of all time, but weve gritted our teeth through the first Wolverine movie and wondered, aloud and at length, how anyone could screw Deadpool up that badly. Weve watched X-Men: Days Of Future Past and decided not to try to unravel the films badly cockeyed temporal malarkey in case the whole pullover falls apart in our clutching hands. The point is, weve suffered enough. Give us what we want the most seminal characters and moments from X-Men history, transferred and translated to the big screen for our geeky enjoyment.