How "X-Men: Apocalypse" Should Have Ended

It came, it saw, it... didn't exactly conquer. Released in May, 20th Century Fox's "X-Men: Apocalypse" was director Bryan Singer's highly-anticipated follow-up to 2014's "X-Men: Days of Future Past." It took place in a newly altered timeline and re-introduced new versions of fan-favorite characters like Cylcops, Jean Grey and Storm, pitting the team against one of the greatest and most ancient evils the world has ever known in the form of Apocalypse.

The problem was it didn't connect as intended with critics or audiences, leading many to wonder what's next for Fox's mutant movie franchise. How It Should Have Ended has a theory, returning with a new video that sets its sights on the most recent film to, perhaps, fix more than just the movie's ending.

Unlike most HISHE installments, this one is notable because it's actually written by fans. HISHE created a video called "Let's Make A Cartoon Together Again 3," and allowed users to submit gags and ideas in the comments. The best ideas were brought to life in this short.

Watch as they take on the question of whether Angel was really the best choice for the Four Horsemen, whether Apocalypse made the right career choice, and how no one can understand the new timelines. Plus, there's a visit to the Superhero Cafe to consider what lessons we can learn from "Apocalypse" -- if any.

Watch the complete short below:

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