Written September 02, 2014
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.
Written July 26, 2013
A lot of scenes in the movie were extremely predictable. All the drama kinda killed the excitement a bit.
Decent movie, but I probably wouldn't watch it again...
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 July 29, 2013
The story line is pretty involving but there were some plot holes and inconsistencies. I won't give any of those away, you'll just have to see it yourself and see if you can spot them. I really didn't get the love interest between wolverine and the rich Asian girl-I thought he was more suited to her(adopted) sister because she was more like him, and spunkier. It really would have been fine without the love interest. The twist at the end is good-but I figured it out in the beginning of the movie. Overall, Hugh Jackman is one of the better actors in Hollywood and it's always a pleasure to see him in anything. Wolverine is a good action movie and it's substantial enough to be worth the 2+ hours length. Definitely a "go see" movie!
Written September 03, 2013
This movie was beyond "must go", it is "do not miss on the big screen". This is the Wolverine that we have been waiting for. I would pay to see this movie again!!!