The Wolverine (2D English) (U/A)
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The Wolverine (2D English) (U/A)

  • Release Date :
  • Jul 26, 2013
  • Director :
  • James Mangold
  • Genre :
  • Action, Adventure, Fantasy
  • Duration :
  • 2 hrs 7 mins
  • Writer :
  • Mark Bomback, Chris Claremont
  • Language :
  • English
Cast & Crew :
Hugh Jackman, Will Yun Lee, Tao Okamoto
Based on the celebrated comic book arc, this epic action-adventure takes Wolverine (Hugh Jackman), the most iconic character of the X-Men universe, to modern day Japan. Out of his depth in an unknown world he will face a host of unexpected and deadly opponents in a life-or-death battle that will leave change him forever. Vulnerable for the first time and pushed to his physical and emotional limits, he confronts not only lethal samurai steel but also his inner struggle against his own immortality.

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Manish More

awesome movie... i abdicat unbelivable must watch rocking good acting by huge jackman

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Vismay Patil

they picked up the movie quite slowly... english subtitles should have been added for conversation in japanese... a pass time movie

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Bayar Tripura

Good movie but subtitle should be add, Hugh Jackman one of best actor...

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Abhijay Singh

wonderful movie what a action stunts but the wolverine subtitle should be increased

The Wolverine (2D English) (U/A)

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Superheroes are running wild this year. From Ironman to Man of Steel to Wolverine. In Wolverine, like always, Hugh Jackman owns it. Right from the start till the end, it is Hugh Jackman and his epic “pwnage”. Post the forgettable X-Men: Origins (All Wolverine fanatics were expecting a sequel), the mean claw-knuckled muscle man is ...


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Claws out!

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Rajeev Masand


Early on in The Wolverine, we watch an unshaven, disheveled Logan staked out in the wilderness, somewhere in a snowy part of North America, leading a quiet existence surrounded by nature, and haunted by the loss of his beloved girlfriend Jean Grey (Famke Janssen), whom he previously killed. He appears to have an unspoken understanding with the wild beasts he lives amidst, and contempt for most hum...


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The Wolverine

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Reagan Gavin Rasquinha (TOI)


Some of the Wolverine`s (Jackman) instinctual qualities include being able to sniff out danger. So, when Yukio (Fukushima) tracks down Logan and brings him to Yashida (Yamanouchi), Logan senses something wrong. He is angered by the deal Yashida suggests and plans to leave Japan. But then, he encounters Yashida`s sexy granddaughter Mariko ( Tao Okamoto) who immediately appeals to another set of Log...


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The Wolverine is a drag

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Raja Sen (Rediff)


When we eventually look back at The Wolverine, Hugh Jackman`s latest snikt-and-sideburns adventure, it may prove to be a turning point in the increasingly cluttered superhero movie genre. It is a sparse, stark film -- focusing on a critically-acclaimed storyline that is anything but comic -- with long, dialogue-less stretches as the story unfolds slowly, in its own time. It also feels like less of...


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The Wolverine

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Mihir Fadnavis (Mid-Day)


`The X Men` lost steam after the first two films when Brett Ratner desecrated the charm of the material with the third film. `X Men Origins Wolverine` turned out to be even worse and it looked like the franchise had been killed. Matthew Vaughn`s `First Class` brought a new shade to the series and Bryan Singer`s plans of `Days of the Future Past` meant that Hugh Jackman`s character would get one mo...


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