[tps_header]2. X-Men 2 (2003), Directed by Bryan Singer[/tps_header]
Let’s face it; the X-Men franchise is a mess and a half. As far as superhero movies go, X-men don’t typically cut it. Even so, ” X-Men 2” is the one movie that shines a head above the rest. It’s the only X-Men movie, to date, that made fans believe that the potential of the franchise could be achieved. It was the closest we’ll probably ever get to seeing the Phoenix in all her glory. “X-Men 2” was also the first and last movie that was able to make Wolverine interesting, which is an accomplishment in itself.