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|Release Date X-Men Origins - Wolverine May 1, 2009 Wide Genres X-Men Origins - Wolverine : Action & Adventure,Mystery & Suspense,Science Fiction & Fantasy|
|Total Vote User X-Men Origins - Wolverine : Visitor|
|User Ranting X-Men Origins - Wolverine : 3.7|
|User Percentage For X-Men Origins - Wolverine : 72 %|
|User Count Like for X-Men Origins - Wolverine : 495,899|
|All Critics Ranting For X-Men Origins - Wolverine : 5.1|
|All Critics Count For X-Men Origins - Wolverine : 252|
|All Critics Percentage For X-Men Origins - Wolverine : 38 %|
Actors For X-Men Origins - Wolverine
|Hugh Jackman,Liev Schreiber,Danny Huston,Lynn Collins,Ryan Reynolds,Taylor Kitsch,will.i.am,Dominic Monaghan,Daniel Henney,Julia Blake,Max Cullen,Kevin Durand,Scott Adkins,Tim Pocock,Maggie Q,Brian Cox,Kodi Smit-McPhee,William Fichtner|
X-Men Origins - Wolverine Movie Review
|You won't be upset you saw it, you'll have some fun, you'll see Wolvie beat the living hell out of a helicopter. |
Did the plot points stick in my head five minutes after leaving the theater? Not so much ... but I know I was having fun while watching.
Sara Vilkomerson-New York Observer
Wolverine's backstory was good stuff -- but after the falling out with Schreiber, the story loses its center and it gets wobbly.
Ben Mankiewicz-At the Movies
I was definitely disappointed.
Ben Lyons-At the Movies
Alas, there's nothing quite memorable here: much of the combat is just a whirl of movement photographed up close. As the X-Men series has progressed, the startling poetic extravagances of the first film have given way to flesh-pounding clumsiness.
David Denby-New Yorker
How does all this play out for those of us -- i.e., me -- who have not been staying up nights fretting over the origins of the X-Men and Women? The answer is: Fairly well.
Peter Rainer-Christian Science Monitor
Roger Moore-McClatchy-Tribune News Service
Straight off the bat: this movie features more shots of muscle-bound men looking up at the camera and yelling "RAAWWWRGH!" than any other I can remember. It's the shoutiest film of the year.
I haven't been this disappointed by a film since the new Indiana Jones.
Mike Edwards-What Culture
Unfortunately, the special effects vary from impressive to embarrassing, and some additional trimming at the story level might have helped elevate the metallurgical rating to steel status.
Jason Buchanan-TV Guide's Movie Guide
Despite the film's necessarily lengthy exposition, Wolverine's back-story seems thinner and less compelling than the Logan-heavy, previous X-Men films had hinted at.
Jay Richardson-Future Movies UK
It is not as good as the second X-Men film but it is on par with the first and an improvement over the third.
Thomas Caldwell-Cinema Autopsy
David Nusair-Reel Film Reviews
You're going to be really underwhelmed.
It's just too bad a movie sharp enough to rip through flesh and helicopter blades and nuclear-reactor smokestack walls has to feel so disappointingly dull.
Jonathan Kiefer-Sacramento News & Review
While Wolverine contains several nice fight scenes and a couple of enjoyable action sequences, one can't help but feel that it thoroughly wastes Jackman.
Reported to be the one thing missing in-part from the leaked workprint, sadly many of the special effects in X-Men Origins: Wolverine are somewhat sub-standard.
Sam Bathe-Fan The Fire
The serious tone established by Bryan Singer in 2000's X-Men is almost completely obliterated, reducing the film to the level of any another by-the-numbers franchise entry.
Hey, it won't win any awards but it does the trick...
Felix Vasquez Jr.-Cinema Crazed
Packed with claw-shredding action and adventure, the film more or less delivers what it promises. The problem lies with what it promises.
It's funny how much I'll forgive just to watch Jackman play this raging mutant again.
Jeffrey Chen-Window to the Movies
Though well-choreographed, the action sequences simply don't look as good as one would expect from a tent-pole summer release.
Sonny Bunch-Washington Times
Hugh Jackman's animal magnetism is palpable in "X-Men Origins: Wolverine." He's more sexy than he has ever been in the past X-Men films, and the movie shows him in bizarre bromance relationships with other mutant freaks as well as a very intimate and most
Michael Szymanski-Sci-Fi Weekly
Is there anything to enjoy in X-men Origins: Wolverine? Sure. Some of the fights are cool. But for every solid moment there is an equivalent of pure suck.
Wolverine is big, dumb fun, a popcorn movie if ever there was one. And it's probably the only movie this summer to feature a superhero whose most dazzling talent seems to be shuffling a deck of cards.
Rossiter Drake-San Francisco Examiner
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