There are numerous problems with X-Men: Apocalypse, Bryan Singer’s closing movie in the First Class trilogy. Considering that the film’s such a complex arrangement of characters old and new and of dozens of intertwining storylines, and considering it was put together in a relatively short period of time, it’s perhaps not surprising that it came out to be a bit of a mess.
As such, Apocalypse is full of WTF moments, some intentional and many more regrettably not-so-much. Here, we’ve listed ten moments from the film that are liable to lead to raised eyebrows and lots of involuntary chin-stroking.
Of course, there will be spoilers for those of you who haven’t seen Apocalypse yet, so if you still haven’t caught the latest X-Men flick in theatres, you may want to bookmark this page and return once you have.