Written August 05, 2013
this movie seems like it was SUPPOSED to be rated R but made to be PG-13... cutting out should have been some pretty gruesome blood everywhere scenes, and shadow play. Also the dreams and regret get very repetitive and unnecessary. there's the fact that wolverine loses his healing for a period, yet his hands are unaffected when he releases his claws?... and lastly, the story was not exciting in any way, nor did the ending make me want to see the next X-men movie (sadly)
Written January 31, 2015
I really enjoyed the movie, I loved seeing Wolverine out of his element in Japan. This movie is a must see, heads up as all Marvel Movies normally have a clip during the credits and I didn't see that coming.
Written July 26, 2013
Wolverine was a great watch, especially for the comic book Fans. Hugh Jackman is the real deal! He does a great job as Wolverine. The Post Credit got everyone wanting to see more!!! .. you have to love the post credit in these marvel movies!!!
Written January 26, 2015
The whole theme of the movie with Wolverine fighting the Yasuda company, yakuza, and his own inner demons blended well together. I especially loved the setting in Japan, that brought back alot of good memories when I lived there!
The fight scenes were really well done, especially the bullet train fight. Al of thr actors were dead on, no damsels in distress who were help,es, and Hugh Jackson was incredible, you can tell he LOVES this role.
I didn't expect an Oscar winning film, just a good action flick that wouldn't I suit my intelligence. And you really should wait for the teaser during the ending credits...
Written October 26, 2014
Starts out a little slow then builds up and has lots of action towards the end...(without giving too much plot away).I wish they would have left some of the "wekaness" issues shorter to allow more of the real deal more time in the movie, but overall it was a very good flick. Oh, stay past the credits too, I would have left but staff told me to stay and I am glad I did, it was awesome