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One of the most popular super hero movie franchises of the last decade, 'X-Men: First Class' takes us back to 1962 to witness the origins of some of the most well-known comic book mutants. This historically fictitious depiction of the Cold War broaches a critical issue: is there such a thing as good and evil from in the evolutionary worldview? Magneto and Professor X say there is (yet they cannot agree on what morality should be), and the villainous mutant, the ever consistent darwinian Sebastian Shaw, says that "it's survival of the fittest." What does it mean to be a "hero" in a world without absolutes? Joseph reviews 'First Class' in this episode of Movieology.