Written August 01, 2013
Wolverine has always been the most interesting of the marvel characters because he has a real back story. To see wolverine weakened and fighting for his life rather than being nearly immortal was a nice change. It shows him as a true hero instead of just an immortal killing machine. I dig it.
Written August 21, 2014
It has to be said that the X-Men franchise has certainly got longevity. With the number of different ways in which each mutant can be examined, there are surely many more movies in the pipeline. That said, Wolverine has been one of the most examined, Unfortunately, this movie was tired and predictable. Hugh Jackman was his normal, brooding self throughout, but the plot was at best weak, and the ending predictable. To be honest, the best part of the movie was the last three minutes that were shown during the ending credits. I won't reveal what it was, but it was a portend for what could be a good movie. As for The Wolverine, I have to say that it left me flat and disappointed.
Written December 18, 2014
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 August 13, 2013
Saw the Wolverine and it was definitely worth watching it in the theater. Hugh Jackman has the character down and the action scenes were really well done. Wolverine is my favorite X-Men character and this movie did not disappoint. Will see it again and am planning on buying the DVD.
Written September 26, 2014
As a forewarning to any hardcore fan of the original Wolverine comics for this story arc, It has it's twists and off scripts. Sure it may not be 100% of the original story when Wolverine is in Japan and falls in love with Mariko, or his Japanese nemesis the Silver Samurai. But despite that one thing, This is a Wolverine movie that has buried all the previous ones! Has Romance, drama, comedy, action, etc. Has everything you'll love in a Wolverine movie. My advice is GO SEE IT!