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X2: X-Men United Film Summary & Analysis

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Essay Questions

Further discuss the parallels between the ideologies of Professor X and Magneto to those of Martin Luther King, Jr., and Malcolm X.

Compare the concept of the Mutant Registration Act discussed in the film to the Patriot Act passed by the United States Congress after the terrorist acts of September 11, 2001.

What is the role of faith in the film? Is faith the opposite of anger?

Many have compared Bobby's "coming out" to his parents as a mutant to the discussion many teenagers have with their parents in which disclose that they are gay. How does the reaction of Bobby's family support this comparison?

Is Magneto the villain of the X-Men's world? Could it be argued that his actions, while violent, are somehow just?

Nightcrawler asks Mystique why, when she has the capabilities, she does not simply live in the world looking like a normal human...

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