Now, you see, x-men 2 was nearly enough to give up on the series, but 3 redeemed it completely in my eyes. Bryan Singer turns every super-hero he touches into Dawson's Creek or the OC. I liked 3 the best because it was about the potential in their powers, not the angst in their personalities.
It was also the first time Logan, an indestructible, highly trained, hugely experienced, feral fighting machine, didnt get his butt kicked by some lame-a$$ underwear model
i just think that anytime Singer thinks about developing a comic adaptation, he should be kidnapped, and forced to sign the rights over to Snyder - now there is a guy who gets what comics are about