"Don't worry about the literally millions of people you just murdered Magneto bro or the fact that you ruined trillions of dollars worth of global infrastructure, likely setting back technological development by decades, you're still cool. What's that, you don't want to join our team? Okay, off you go then, all the best, good luck not snapping and going all genocidal again."
Superhero movies have been way too indifferent towards mass-destruction for way too long, but this film takes it to another level. It couldn't come at a worse time either, with movies such as Civil War and even Batman v Superman finally starting to deal with the consequences of this scale of destruction (albeit in an oversimplified manner), which leaves Singer's approach here feeling like a relic from another era, which is perhaps fitting given the nature of his supervillain. The lack of any emotional involvement or consequences to the cataclysmic events of Apocalypse result in a film resembling such extreme and vacuous destruction porn that it would make even Roland Emmerich blush.