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The WolverineContinuing Part 1, “The Wolverine 2013” follow Logan, the immortal and lonely Wolf Man warrior, to Japan. In “The Wolverine”, the steel blade of Japanese samurai will clash violently with Wolverines Adamantium claws when Logan confronts with a mysterious figure from the past. An uncompromising battle in The Wolverine will make the werewolf be changed forever.Keywords:
Actors of "The Wolverine"
Characters of "The Wolverine"
Directors of "The Wolverine"James MangoldBirthdate: 16 December 1963, New York City, New York, USA
Creators of "The Wolverine"Mark BombackBirthdate: 29 August 1971, New Rochelle, New York, USAScott FrankBirthdate: 10 March 1960, Fort Walton Beach, Florida, USA
Critic Reviews of "The Wolverine"San Diego ReaderJuly 14, 2015
Japan seems valued more for its scenery and costumes than anything having to do with its character.New YorkerAugust 09, 2013
It's a relief to come across a blockbuster that finds a location and stays there, rather than hopping desperately from one place to the next ...GrantlandJuly 29, 2013
Getting [Wolverine] to the movie's above-average finale required three writers - Christopher McQuarrie, Mark Bomback, and Scott Frank - to pad the plot.Globe and MailJuly 26, 2013
It restores the tarnished lustre to this most fan-beloved of Marvel characters by doing precisely what Chris Claremont and Frank Miller's near-sacred 1982 run did: It pumps some feeling into the guy along with his muscles and steel talons.RogerEbert.comJuly 26, 2013
Director James Mangold's film features some breathtakingly suspenseful action sequences, exquisite production and costume design and colorful characters, some of whom register more powerfully than others.Time OutJuly 26, 2013
Too quickly the random fights pile up -- so many yakuza thugs who forgot to wear chain mail that morning -- and you yearn for the film that might have been.Washington Free BeaconJuly 14, 2016
The Wolverine is at its best when it deals with Logan's internal struggles and helps return fans of the franchise to the modern day.The Film StageJuly 01, 2016
Wonky closing chapter aside, there's enough in The Wolverine that I find myself preferring it to all of the comic book pictures we've seen so far this year.Epoch TimesJune 24, 2016
Recite the following using Arnold's accent: 'Hugh is beeg! He has got striations, vascularity, and pectoral shelves!'Deseret News, Salt Lake CityJune 22, 2016
The Wolverine does hold great potential, but its best elements are underdeveloped.Fort Worth WeeklyJune 22, 2016
Where's the coiled, fuming, cigar-chomping, sarcastic quip-firing killing machine from the first two X-Men movies? I want that guy back. He was fun.CinemixtapeApril 17, 2016
This kind of clinical, halfhearted filmmaking is why superhero fatigue is as real as ever.
Gallery of "The Wolverine"
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