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Good Flick, Poor Viper

By crazy8ts
Written May 02, 2016
Got what I paid for... Wolverine slashin' and dashin'... having more heart than he'd like to admit... but Viper? Meh. Felt like her voice was dubbed.. and she added nothing to the film. IMO, she needed to either be smarter and more devious, or more of a flat out bad***... shall we say... 'vemonous?'
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The Wolverine

By quitit
Written July 25, 2016
I loved this ... And as a "Marvel" fan .. I know that the best part of any "Marvel Movie" is the ending after the credits have rolled....... This movie made it all worth while.. It was GREAT... A "must see"!!!!
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The Wolverine

By stevetuf
Written June 30, 2016
Here is a movie where you are in suspense the whole time, waiting to see what happens next! It is action-packed from the get-go, never letting up for a moment... James Mangold has created far and away the best of the Wolverine movies so far. Hugh Jackman is outstanding as the mutant warrior and we see him going through trial of strength after trial of strength. The action is constant and the sense of adventure is gripping! Also we are introduced to some Japanese actors who are a major part of the action, too. Rila Fukushima and Tao Okamoto play outstanding roles as the action gets thicker and thicker. The fight at the temple is beautifully orchestrated and the struggle on the top of a fast-moving Japanese "bullet" train is amazing to watch. I was sitting on my hands for most of the movie, the action was so intense! I have never seen an atomic bomb go off, so the beginning of the movie is a truly amazing piece of not only history being unfolded, but movie history too.
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Better than I expected

By The movie fanatic
Written February 10, 2016
Better than I expected because after seeing all the previews, I didn't think too much of it. Some parts of the movie could've been left out like the samurai robot scenes and the fight between Wolverines lady and the snake lady at the end. Also I didn't like the way they showed us who was behind the samurai robot. It was a bit far fetched. Go for the action packed non stop fighting and for the fact that it's Wolverine but the story line will not satisfy you. The action fighting scenes will keep you on the edge of your seat though.
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claws go east

By filmhead
Written May 04, 2016
An all around fine film for the superhero/action genre that is an improvement of sorts over X-Men Origins: Wolverine which should have been titled Weapon X. That was about Logan/James Howlett's past and how he got the adamantium put into his body. This is a sequel to X-Men: Last Stand and a worthy of the X-Cinematic Universe. In the aftermath of the events from Last Stand, Logan finds himself heading to Japan and focuses on characters from his adventures there based upon the Uncanny X-Men and Wolverine comic book story lines. This also deals with Logan's past but a part that was quite extraordinary. There are differences from the film than comics as always and I am very okay with it. True adaptations are hard and sometimes come across as not so good. Most fans will be talking about the end credits scene which acts as a prequel to X-Men: Days of Future Past which comes out next May 23, 2014. If a Hugh Jackman fan, a ninja fan, an X-Men fan, or just an action fan, go see it.
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