Written May 05, 2016
I understand that Wolverine/Logan is a tortured soul that has lost everyone he has ever loved , but what fun is it to watch him mope around for an hour? Guess what Logan, you and Jean were no great love story, I don't need to be reminded about her every 15 minutes. Get over it. I like the chemistry between him and his bodyguard Yukio, but on the flip side there was no heat between him and his love interest Mariko. I want my Wolverine and any Wolverine movie to be pumped with action and while Hugh was very pumped physically, the movie was weak. It seems when he lost his power to heal, the movie lost the power to be fun. My dreams now rest on X Men: Days of Future Past.
Written July 01, 2016
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 May 29, 2016
When going to see this movie we didn't know it was going to have as much action as it did. The movie definitely kept your attention and also has a great clip at the end of the movie. I wont spoil it, but let just say my husband was like no way wait huh ooooooo lol he is a major marvel fan so lets just say you will have to see the movie to see what I am talking about.
Written February 13, 2016
I thought this movie would make up for the first Origins movie w/ Wolverine.. no luck. Deep in story, slow in getting it across and very limited on "real" action. I understand the plot trying to be told and truly understand it but just not worth the $15 to see in the theater where that experience should be well above watching at home.
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)