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A group of young mutants--humans with a genetic variation that gives them superpowers and makes them feared by the population at large--begin training at a school for heroes. Their studies are interrupted when they must rescue one of their number from a mad scientist who can enter others' dreams. Written by
When Jubilee is in the arcade, there is an X-Men video game visible. Also, during another scene, one of the characters is wearing a Wolverine t-shirt. See more »
While Jubilee is supposedly playing a video game, in fact the screen shows the between-games demo and the legend "Insert Coin." See more »
[to Banshee and Emma]
Look! I'm sure you guys got some great schemes in mind, which is why you nabbed me all right? but I'm a bad girl and I've got some nasty mutant tricks so just back off!
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This movie is actually about the youngest group of the X-Men. Those of you that have not read the comic book Generation X will have no idea of that though. Generation X is simply put The juvenile X-Men that were sent to a different building for training on the same school grounds as Wolverine and Cylops. But, until they prove themselves to the leaders of the group, the X-Men's Banshee and Emma Frost, they will not truly become X-men. And Wolverine's little buddy Jubillee is there too.
All and all the movie is about what you would expect for something that was made for TV, you can tell they had like no budget, and that the story was weak, but for long time fans of comic books, you will probably like it. Now, if only I could get it on DVD, but then that would severely conflict with the X-Men movies they are making now, being that as it may, if you enjoy the old comic book movies like Captain America, The Punisher, and stuff like that, then you may very well enjoy this one
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