Phoenix is an important Marvel superhero of Marvel comics. As a young daughter of Professor John Grey and his wife Elaine, Jean Grey's mutant telesthesia powers appeared when she was 10 years old when she saw her friend die. Her parents were persuaded by Professor Charles Xavier to send her away. Professor Xavier built a thinking shield to prevent her from using the strong spiritual force until she can well grasp the special ability.Then, with a simple ability of mind-controlling, she became a member of the mutant more alternate team at Professor Xavier's school -- the Marvel girl. Related movies are The X-MEN series and the Marvel's The Avengers series.
Singh uses this sorrow color to make us ponder the question of whether genetic variation is a gift that God has given to all beings or a curse. Most ordinary people tend to envy the unusual supernatural abilities and make two totally different choices, to admire these strong super abilities or to divide those people into an evil group for their being out of ordinary. As two position in the "X-MEN" spiritual leader, the games between them are throughout the "x-men" movies. That kind of relationship, being like friends and also enemies and understanding mutually cannot be summarized in a simple word.
Thus, the themes of each "X-MEN" film are much similar. They are all about whether the quick development and transformation of life will benefit the human or not.