‘X-Men: Apocalypse’ new trailer; destruction heavy action but needs to up its VFX game

Almost after two months of its first trailer launch, X-Men: Apocalypse is back with a new trailer that will raise goosebumps as the self proclaimed ‘God’ is ready to take the world down and make his own world where only the strong will survive. In the second trailer, we finally get a glimpse of the origin of Apocalypse and how he’s been brought back to life. The trailer goes on to reveal bits and pieces of the puzzle. We get to witness how Magneto and Professor X (Charles Xavier) share a conversation wherein a confident Professor X says, “I pity for the poor soul that comes to my school looking for trouble.” In the start where we observe a confident Charles voice, it eventually falters as the events unfold and he says, “He means to destroy this world. Billions of people killed.” As the trailer progresses, we can see Mystique and Beast taking in charge of saving the world from the ‘God’ himself with the young team of X-Men. The war between the invincible immortal ‘Apocalypse’ and ‘X-Men’ begin as Mystique says, “Let’s go to war.”
The trailer surely seems action packed, destructive where mutants are facing off against each other. But when observed carefully, there are few scenes that need to be worked upon more. The bridge explosion scene (1:26), man walking over the fire (1:30), cyclops scene (2:02) are few of the scenes that lack perfection in terms of the visual effects and can be polished a bit more. Having said that, many a times trailers can have few unfinished scenes but by the time the movie is launched, the scenes are refined. Let’s hope that when the movie is released, all the shots are fixed and we can experience the epic war with flawless experience on 27 May, 2016.