Written July 29, 2013
Went with my BFF and we both enjoyed the movie. I liked it so much that I will be seeing it again with my mom.
I love how they set up the ending suggesting another possible X-men movie.
Written July 29, 2013
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 28, 2013
The Wolverine was awesome! It was appropriately centered around the Wolverine character and explained quite a bit of his history. Special effects were excellent, and the Wolverine was exactly as expected. Loved the stark contrast between the Wolverine character and the love interest Mariko. I even loved the villain who was perfect in that role. What was really cool wa the Manchurian fighter character. How on earth did they manage to get that thing to move so fluidly? All in all I thought this was one of the best X-Men features yet!
Written July 26, 2013
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 August 11, 2013
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.