X-Men: First Class
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Erik Lehnsherr: I've been at the mercy of men just following orders. Never again.

Erik Lehnsherr: Hank has been busy.
Alex Summers: Do we really have to wear these?
Charles Xavier: As none of us have mutated to endure extreme G-force or getting riddled with bullets, I suggest we suit up.

Charles Xavier: If you know you can deflect it, then you're not challenging yourself. What ever happend to the man who was trying to raise a submarine?

Erik Lehnsherr: Tomorrow, mankind will know that mutants exist. They will fear us, and that fear will turn to hatred.

Young Raven: You're not scared of me?
Charles Xavier: I always knew I couldn't be the only one who was... Different.

Russian commander: We have our order captain, why so eager for new ones?
Russian captain: I have lived through one war comrade, I would prefer not to start another.

1st German: Who the hell are you?
Erik Lehnsherr: Let's just say I'm Frankenstein's monster, and I'm looking for my creator.

Erik Lehnsherr: You want society to accept you, but you can't even accept yourself.

Factual error: Erik arrives in Argentina at a place called Villa Gesell, shown to be a town in middle of mountains. Villa Gesell is a beach town on the Atlantic Ocean coast, with no mountains.

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Trivia: When Raven is making a pass at Erik in his bedroom he brushes her off by saying that she would need to be a little older. She then makes herself look older - this older woman is Rebecca Romijn, who played Mystique in the original 3 X-Men films.

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Chosen answer: The short answer is events in this film negate what happened in X-Men 3 as well as Origins: Wolverine or one could say this film essentially became a reboot. Since no real answer seems to be given, and since the X-Men 3 film makers didn't know Charles would later be shown to become paralyzed prior to visiting Jean, they had no need to explain why he's walking. One can only speculate on the possible ways Charles walks in these 2 previous movies (and this isn't taking into account the timeline shift from X-Men Days of Future Past). We do know from DOFP that Hank/Beast created a serum for Charles that allowed him to walk, albeit without his powers. Hank could have kept working on this serum which would allow Charles to walk and still maintain some of his powers. Then at some point Charles stopped taking the serum, confining him to the wheelchair once again. Either because they ran out of the serum or because Charles came to the realization he needs to accept what happened and not hide it, especially if he's teaching children to accept who they are. Charles also has the power of "astral projection" and the power to appear in the minds of others, so Charles could simply not be there at Jean's house, but is back home, in his wheelchair.

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