From USA TODAY --
"As a gay man who some people think ought to be cured and made normal again ... this story has an important message for young people who may feel disaggected. If there's one kid somewhere who's been bullied or despised, who feels more at east because the Mutants stick up for themselves, it will have been worthwhile."
That's Sir Ian McKellen discussing his newest film, the second sequel in the "X-Men" series. Just cash the check, Ian, and stop trying to covince people there's meaning in a movie featuring action figures you can purchase at a fast food restaurant.