Written July 31, 2015
Objectively, this is more of an action/ martial arts film, rather than anything else. The entire Mutant theme is somewhat underplayed, while the Japanese Samurai, Yakuza, and cultural elements are an interesting, refreshing twist. As always, the girls are hot, and the action is intense. This film is nowhere as good as X-Men: First Class. But, it's a step back into the right direction after the colossal disappointment of X-Men Beginnings: Wolverine... The ending was a bit of a catastrophe. But, as usual, make sure to stay and watch the cliff-hanger. The X-Men are back!
Written August 07, 2013
I have to start out saying I'm not a big sci-fi or comic book fan. With that said I did enjoy this movie. The plot was easy to follow, and kept you interested for the fill 2 hrs 6 min. I went to the 3D version because of the show time, but if you can just see the 2D version as the 3D added a little depth to the picture but otherwise was non-existent.
My teenage son loves sci-fi and comics, and thoroughly enjoyed the movie.
Written July 02, 2015
The Wolverine was average and was made for little kids. The fight scenes were to simplistic. Yukio actually had better fight scenes than Wolverine. This movie was not what I expected and the final scene fell short. This movie had the potential to be great but once again Hollywood has failed to show the pure Rage of the Wolverine and show his dark nature.
Written October 29, 2014
These words reminds us of the movie......
bedtime, catnap, coma, dormancy, doze, dream, dullness, few z's, forty winks, hibernation, lethargy, nap, nod, repose, rest, sack time, sandman, shuteye, siesta, slumber, slumberland, snooze, torpidity, torpor, trance
Written March 03, 2015
Great addition to the X-Men movie series with the spotlight on Wolverine following X-Men 3. Not the flash of Ironman or Spiderman, but a good comic tale of the search for honor and redemption. Nice lead into "Days of Future Past" Hugh Jackman rules the Wolverine character.