X-men Origins: Wolverine

X-men Origins: Wolverine

After seeking to live a normal life, Logan sets out to avenge the death of his girlfriend by undergoing the mutant Weapon X program and becoming Wolverine.

The films focus on the boy who will become Wolverine makes a shocking discovery about his family bloodline. This pulse pounding action thriller sinks razor-sharp adamantium claws into the mysterious origins of Logan: his epically violent and romantic past, his complex relationship with Victor Creed. Flash forward to find the mutant siblings battling side by side through two world wars and Vietnam, where they are sentenced to death for killing a commanding officer. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Kaung S (ca) wrote: Storks merely tries to bring emotions in a very derivatively cheesy way, while the lovable animation pleases you unoriginally. It's an overall fine film for its genre.

Joe G (nl) wrote: If there's one thing the British can do, it's make boring films with dull characters. It's a shame really, as I do like James McAvoy. Such a let down.

Katie B (ru) wrote: It was an hour and half of women talking about sex...although the scene after the credits with Joseph Gordon-Levitt was funny

Phyllis K (us) wrote: The performances of the trio of main characters was wonderful individually and elegant as an ensemble. A thoughtful, unsentimental and lovely film. Well worth your time. It is a mature film however and its not action oriented. Understated great story telling

Kelley H (ca) wrote: I'm not certain how this film was labeled a comedy. It's anything but. This film is commentary on the healthcare system in Bucharest, though it's poignancy reflects the problem of inefficient and care-driven healthcare around the world. Elderly veteran Mr. Lazarescu is shuttled from hospital to hospital, with no one to advocate for him as his health quickly deteriorates. Not only is he judged for how he has dealt with his life problems, which has impacted his state of health, but his very serious ailments are minimalized and his fears ignored. The plight and perspective of Lazarescu is anyone utterly helpless in the healthcare system, who is likely not to survive. While the repetition of his case gets a bit monotonous, it's entirely realistic and his tension is palpable. This film accomplishes stirring anxiety and fear as well as any horror film. It's not graphic in the visual sense, but it deals with mortality head-on, the unkindness of strangers, and the very disturbing process of a body shutting down. This film should be required viewing for anyone going into the healthcare profession.

Mike F (au) wrote: My oh my, what happened to Val Kilmer? The guy that used to dominate the screen in movies like Tombstone and Heat has resorted to voicing Mustangs and starring in movies that have the production values of a movie of a TV show? Obviously, this one falls into the latter. Perhaps Kilmer (and even Gary Cole) can be forgiven for trying their best with what they were given, but overall, this was a very disappointing movie that I think everyone can happily live the rest of their lives without seeing.

Ava R (ru) wrote: The culture is what made the movie. And of course Tupac's energy. Sometimes it felt too subtle, too quiet. The supporting cast and subplots had more energy than the central plot. The lives of the other characters were far more interesting. All in all, is a classic for a reason. The poetry from Maya Angelou is just the icing. It was a pivotal movie for black cinema... not everything has to be a shoot-em-up-hood movie.

Conni C (gb) wrote: Kinda creepy movie about incest and obsession. Clive Owens has an obsession that's been building for years, he becomes his sister's lover (ew) who pushes him away at first, only give in to the lust they both feel. The taboo subject makes love scenes a little disturbing. Alan Rickman plays the sister's suspicious, eccentric millionaire husband. Weird chase scene towards the end that was unintentionally comical.

James H (kr) wrote: 51/100. A disappointment, especially considering the cast. It's a rather aimless comedy, full of cliches and stereotyped characters. There are some good moments, but it surprisingly falls flat. The screenplay is to blame, it's disjointed and therefore doesn't flow well, and the film jumps from one extreme to the other and never really convinces at all. Unimpressive.

Cameron F (ru) wrote: Humorous look at the lives of students at a black college. Lee's semi autobiographical movie is both amusing and well executed.

Allan F (ag) wrote: The good, the bad, and the ugly has to be the best spaghetti western known to date. A memorable performance from Clint Eastwood, a haunting and beautiful score from Ennio Morricone, and a compelling story around these beloved characters.

Benjamin S (it) wrote: Intriguing study of two kinds of bromances--the one between Henry and Becket, and the one between the church and the state. That said, it's aged considerably.

Johannes J (jp) wrote: Karin: "Lilla Kajsa. Det sger du alltid. Lilla Kajsa. r jag s liten eller r det sjukdomen som gjort mig till ett barn?"

Jess L (nl) wrote: Such a great cast, great musical numbers, good story but something falls short; it's missing that special something. A tad too long aswell, it tends to drag. BUT it still has some special scenes that are enjoyable to watch. And again, if you don't like musicals you wont enjoy this.

Abby N (nl) wrote: I cannot comprehend why such a low score for a good film. Why what's wrong with it?It tells a story which is not nonsense, it actually happened and the acting OK isn't Oscar winning but isn't rubbish. I've seen very much worse.It's atmospheric and it holds a memory to the people of Pripyat. OK so the story is fabricated or is it? Who knows for real if there are people that survived and became strange inhospitable beings? Hmm, there could be some truth in that, after all world governments have a tendency of covering things up.The film is just a joy to see the unspoilt place of Pripyat as it is now. I would certainly love to take a visit here!The makers in my opinion did an excellent job on making this film and it is certainly no insult to the people of Pripyat in making this film. On the contrary it is a reminder and a memory.And while I'm at it what a brilliant track by Marilyn Mason while the end credits roll.

John T (ca) wrote: Damn good zombie flick. I like how it starts out with them playing a zombie game and transitioning into a real life zombie survival situation. The actors weren't bad. The filming was good. It told a good story and there was the zombie apocalypse was phased in. Lots of good zombie-esque scenes.I didn't like how they summed up the 'where' the zombie came from. Most great zombie flicks leave it kind of open to avoid the cliche. This one was scientist experiment gone wrong...Not super original.The ending was pretty horrible...

Samantha S (de) wrote: Fairly cute. Shown originally with "I Love the Nightlife" and then some generic song was grafted on for VHS - now, who knows?

Malik M (mx) wrote: People who write these reviews focus on the negatives. Especially a movie that you cannot relate to. Meet the blacks is for black peoples culture and white people who know the culture. Crits go sucka dick