The Wolverine was action packed tons of fighting plus ninjas.
Most of this movie is set in Japan. Logan (Hugh Jackman) is a wanderer who meets this Japanese girl Yukio (Rila Fukushima) who takes him on an adventure on wishes of an old acquaintance. Logan (Hugh Jackman) must confront some of his own demons. He meets his old acquaintance Yashida (Hal Yamanouchi) and his daughter Mariko (Tao Okamoto) and stays with them. Viper (Svetlana Khodchenkova) plays the caretaker of Yashida (Hal Yamanouchi). Jean (Famke Janseen) appears in flashbacks. He also meets some evil people along the way. Logan (Hugh Jackman) must fight the evil like a soldier. Does he survive all that evil? Does he live to tell his story? Does he confront his demons?
The movie had a good storyline it kept me interested. Romance takes place between Logan (Hugh Jackman) and some mystery woman. The movie had ninjas and a robot which was pretty cool. Some awesome samurai sword fighting took place. The train scene was pretty awesome. Ladies there is a part where Logan (Hugh Jackman) is in the tub. It was Japanese overload at times because most of it was in Japan. It had a lot of subtitles, some were not translated. The visuals of the movie were pretty great. The scenery and the costumes were also very real. I think they needed to have more mutants in the film. The movie was fast paced which I liked.
I would say go and see this movie but do not spend the extra money for 3D. This movie did not need to be in 3D. Now go out and see it!
P.S. Stay after the credits you will not regret it you will be happy and excited!
Rating - *** out of 4 Stars
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