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X-Men Apocalypse Movie Quotes  

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Here are the best X-Men: Apocalypse quotes from the ninth installment in the X-Men film series. 

In X-Men: Apocalypse, powerful god Apocalypse (Oscar Isaac), who has gained powers from armies of mutants, rises after thousands of years with the goal of destroying everything on earth and rebuilding it his way. Apocalypse exploits a weakness in Erik Lehnsherr/Magneto (Michael Fassbender) to get him and his four horsemen to join in the battle.

From action quotes to inspirational quotes, vote up your favorite X-Men: Apocalypse quotes below!

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Together We Will Cleanse the Earth
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En Sabah Nur/Apocalypse: Together we will cleanse the earth for the strongest. Everything they've built will fall! And from the ashes of their world, we'll build a better one!

Apocalypse makes his intent known loud and clear. He wants to kill off everyone and everything on earth then rebuild it his way.
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Some Call Him Apocalypse
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Moira MacTaggert: Some call him Apocalypse. He was some kind of god. For thousands of years, he's been amassing mutants to take their powers. He always had four followers.
Alex Summers/Havok: Like the four horsemen

Moira MacTaggert gives some background on Apocalypse, including that he has powers from a bunch of mutants and four followers. He sounds, uh, pleasant.
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Eric, Don't Join Them
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Charles Xavier/Professor X: Eric, don't join them.
Erik Lensherr/Magneto: Whatever it is you think you saw in me, I buried it with my family.

Charles Xavier tries to get Erik Lensherr to join the battle on the right side but Erik isn't eager. Erik has some lingering issues that prevent him from agreeing to the ask.
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The World is Better is listed (or ranked) 4 on the list X-Men Apocalypse Movie Quotes
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The World is Better

Charles Xavier/Professor X: Things are better. The world is better.
Raven Darkhölme/Mystique: Just because there's not a war doesn't mean there's peace. He's coming.

Charles Xavier and Raven Darkhölme speak casually about their feelings on what's happening in the world. While they don't agree, they're both that the world is better, but there still isn't peace.
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