Written July 01, 2015
Less bombastic then other recent comic adaptions, The Wolverine is more of a character study of the man that is James Howlett aka Logan. With a strong supporting cast, tight action sets, and the steady hand of director James Mangold, The Wolverine is top notch!
Written June 30, 2015
Took the family to see Wolverine because nothing says family like a single guy clawing a bunch of bad guys to pieces. Personally - I liked the story of the last one better. In fact I also liked the last Xmen movie more too. This one seemed contrived and lacked the story line to really get me caring about the characters.
Written December 19, 2014
I wouldn't say its a must go see but it was defintely a go see. The story line was good it was action packed and it kept my attention.
Written January 26, 2015
We enjoyed the movie but loved the new AMC Arrowhead Theaters...The new remodeled seats are Great!! I loved the space between the rows of seats, so with my disability the space between the rows and the lazy-boy type seats, were wonderful!!
Written January 31, 2015
Before I watched "Wolverine", a co-worker told the story, to me, in general, how the comic book revealed it. This didn't bother me. I must say, this movie went pretty much how he explained it to me, except in one way. That I won't describe, as any spoiler. But even so, I thought how the film played out this section was pretty darn good. As I write this, I haven't seen this co-worker yet, so I don't know if he liked the film or not? In any case, "Wolverine" has a good plot (to those who haven't seen it), and action. Set in Japan, the film treated the Japanese culture and language respectfully.