Excerpt: "The Wolverine" is a solid X-Men solo movie, that opts for character development and ninja action, rather then non-stop over the top CGI action sequences- not that there is anything wrong with non-stop over the top CGI actions sequences. If you want that look instead to the first solo Wolverine outing, the overly criticized "X-Men Origins: Wolverine." I am probably one of the few who actually really enjoyed the first Wolverine movie.
Summary: I enjoyed this movie more the last X-men origins Wolverine movie. Had a better story and was more character driven. The action sequences were great and very entertaining, can't wait till the next x-men movie.
Summary: Wolverine likes to lead us down the darker paths of the Marvel garden. Hugh Jackman's in great form as the hero who's had enough. Great action scenes, superb support cast and, most importantly, much better than I was expecting.
Summary: Hugh Jackman has solidified himself as the one and only Wolverine. It shows through his dedication and desire to develop both himself and the character through each appearance. Once again tying Wolverines past with present to create a gripping story line. There was some underlying element that didn't sit well and I still cant put my finger on it, It was a good but not great.