This was really funny the first time around. Now, you've all ruined it.
Yes, I'm looking forward to this movie.
Reviews aren't great. I wish Fox would let Marvel have the X-Men back. I'm tired of always being disappointed.
R15, saw it tonight and was actually pleasantly surprised - it seems like they really made an effort with the plot and atmosphere this time around, and to give the characters actual depth and emotion instead of being cardboard set-pieces spouting cheesy lines. The final act kind of lags after the buildup of the rest of the movie, but it was more than decent (was also surprised to learn that the two main Japanese actresses hadn't done any acting before - they were really solid). Definitely better than the crapfests of X3 and the first Wolverine movie; I'd put it about on par with X-Men First Class and a bit above the first X-Men (not quite as good as X2, but few comic book movies are).
Also probably the strongest and most balanced of the comic book movies that have been released so far this year (Iron Man 3, Man of Steel). Stay for the great preview scene for Days of Future Past during the credits.
R16 is obviously a fanboi. The movie was ridiculous and poorly written. And the screenwriter obviously thinks no one has ever seen "Diamonds Are Forever," because he blatantly ripped off the the scene when the guy is thrown off the balcony and lands in the pool, along with the thrower's accompanying comment.
"Stay for the great preview scene for Days of Future Past during the credits."
I find Sir Ian's acting cringe worthy.
There's a great scene on top of a bullet train. Other than that, it's predictable/snooze-worthy.
I just saw it and stayed for the extra scene after the credits. What did it mean? I had no idea what significance it had. Can somebody please explain?
The scene in the credits was the best part of the movie.
Wolverine is a fictional character, a superhero that appears in comic books this chracter has many fans out of world who are crazy about wolverine's loving thing especially in costuming wolverine costumes and jackets are being offered at online store that to at very reasonable rates with best quality.
Shouldn't it be "Wooferine" on DL?
As in a typical drooling post, "Woof woof, Huge Jackman is soooo hot!"?
It's just the misspelled word thread-starting troll, r23. He starts a thread with a glaringly stupid mistake in it in hopes that people will scold him and make fun of him. It's the literary equivalent of walking around with your crack showing.