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The Wolverine

The Wolverine

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Actor(s) Hugh Jackman
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Description of The Wolverine (English) [Blu-ray] Wolverine makes a voyage to modern-day Japan, where he encounters an enemy from his past that will impact on his future. Watch the trailer:.
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Theatrical Release Date July 26, 2013
Format Blu-ray
Genre Action - adventures, action
Censor Rating U/A (Parental Guidance)
Actor(s) Hugh Jackman
Director(s) James Mangold
Producer(s) Hugh Jackman Lauren Shuler Donner
Runtime 126 minutes
 

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  1. 1 of 1 people found this review helpful
     prabhat kumar 13 November, 2013 On Junglee.com
    Marvel's very own superhero, Wolverine aka Logan is preoccupied with awful memories. Following the demise of his love, Jean, Wolverine had been living in solitude. The film starts off with a nightmare, in the erstwhile Nagasaki, Japan where Logan had saved the life of a young soldier, Yashida after a deadly atom bomb was dropped in 1945. After Logan shields Yashida against the fatally blistering bomb attack, Yashida witnesses the self-repairing powers of Logan.

    In order to assail a grizzly hunter, the then unsocial Logan trails him at a nearby bar. At the same bar, he encounters a young Japanese lady, Yukio who informs him that a moribund Yashida (The same soldier whom Logan had saved years ago) is her employer. Yukio also adds that she has been tracking Logan since a year assenting to Yashida's request, who wants to express his final adieu to Logan. Yukio supplicates Logan to accompany her to Tokyo. Subsequently, he agrees to visit Yashida.
    In Tokyo, Logan gets acquainted with Yashida's granddaughter and his oncologist. Yashida asks Logan to protect his granddaughter after his death. He also collogues to Logan that he can turn him into a mortal human being by terminating his undying virtue, the power which allows him to heal apace. Logan turns down his covetous offer. Amidst all this, Yashida's treacherous oncologist (a Viper) intoxicates Logan with her malignant mist in his dream. Logan awakens to find that Yashida had passed away only a moment ago. The mist devitalizes Logan and he becomes susceptible to damages. Will he be able to track down the source of his health peril & retrieve his superpowers? Answer lies within the film.

    A few brilliantly elaborated action sequences enrich the cinematic experience. For instance, the thrilling fight atop a bullet train and Wolverine's combat with the robust 'Silver Samurai', will leave you gobsmacked !

    Hugh Jackman reprises the title role with sheer proficiency. Whether an emotional sequence or a fierce confrontation, he outmatches his co-stars. His sturdy physique makes him look formidable. And why not? Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson, the buff wrestler turned actor, had suggested Hugh a diet to build lean muscles.
    Except some dreary nightmares where Logan converses with Jean, the film is engrossing. Also, 3D doesn't have any powerful impact on the cinematography. But overall, director James Goldman has left a flawless imprint on the minds of X Men fans
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  2. 1 of 1 people found this review helpful
     Immortal Hero 12 October, 2013 On Junglee.com
    Marvel's very own superhero, Wolverine aka Logan is preoccupied with awful memories. Following the demise of his love, Jean, Wolverine had been living in solitude. The film starts off with a nightmare, in the erstwhile Nagasaki, Japan where Logan had saved the life of a young soldier, Yashida after a deadly atom bomb was dropped in 1945. After Logan shields Yashida against the fatally blistering bomb attack, Yashida witnesses the self-repairing powers of Logan.

    In order to assail a grizzly hunter, the then unsocial Logan trails him at a nearby bar. At the same bar, he encounters a young Japanese lady, Yukio who informs him that a moribund Yashida (The same soldier whom Logan had saved years ago) is her employer. Yukio also adds that she has been tracking Logan since a year assenting to Yashida's request, who wants to express his final adieu to Logan. Yukio supplicates Logan to accompany her to Tokyo. Subsequently, he agrees to visit Yashida.
    In Tokyo, Logan gets acquainted with Yashida's granddaughter and his oncologist. Yashida asks Logan to protect his granddaughter after his death. He also collogues to Logan that he can turn him into a mortal human being by terminating his undying virtue, the power which allows him to heal apace. Logan turns down his covetous offer. Amidst all this, Yashida's treacherous oncologist (a Viper) intoxicates Logan with her malignant mist in his dream. Logan awakens to find that Yashida had passed away only a moment ago. The mist devitalizes Logan and he becomes susceptible to damages. Will he be able to track down the source of his health peril & retrieve his superpowers? Answer lies within the film.

    A few brilliantly elaborated action sequences enrich the cinematic experience. For instance, the thrilling fight atop a bullet train and Wolverine's combat with the robust 'Silver Samurai', will leave you gobsmacked !

    Hugh Jackman reprises the title role with sheer proficiency. Whether an emotional sequence or a fierce confrontation, he outmatches his co-stars. His sturdy physique makes him look formidable. And why not? Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson, the buff wrestler turned actor, had suggested Hugh a diet to build lean muscles.
    Except some dreary nightmares where Logan converses with Jean, the film is engrossing. Also, 3D doesn't have any powerful impact on the cinematography. But overall, director James Goldman has left a flawless imprint on the minds of X Men fans

    My verdict : Go for it !
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  3. 6 of 7 people found this review helpful
     I jus can't Imagine Wolverine without Hugh jackman!!!!! 5 January, 2014 On Junglee.com
    I have watched this movie 5 times.I am a huge Hugh jackman(Wolverine) fan.....and I never miss any sequel of the movie.I just love everything about wolverine-his powers,action,comedy etc. The movie also win Awards like Key Art Awards 2013 for Best Audio/Visual Technique,Twentieth Century Fox ,Marvel Studios ,PIC Agency and nominated for many other awards............I just can't imagine the X-men sequel without the wolverine.
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  4.  could have been better 19 January, 2014 On Junglee.com
    After following the whole x-men series for years its but obvious that Woverine is the lead character of the series and though the series is not named after him but still most of the stories, they revolve around him. In the X-men Origins Hugh Jackman's work was tremendously appreciated, However this movie fails to deliver what we are fond seeing. No doubt, some scenes are lovely, but the question is, is it enough? And the answer is 'no'. If you are fond of watching swift & agile karate moves like in a Jacky Chan movie, there is a slight chance that you might like the movie otherwise it is just another movie that comes n goes in a week without causing any trouble to the other movies that are released on the same day.
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