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x-men origins wolverine
Fiercly bad? This was a paint by numbers action flick all the way, not so subtly marketed as a sci-fi flick as well. 72 is about 22 points higher than Wolverine deserved. Perhaps you will reconsider?
Why on earth did you think this would be a sci-fi movie? Did you see any of the other three X-men films? I absolutely agree with you that this was an action flick, but I would hardly call it paint by numbers. The body count was ridiculously high and the two main characters played off each other very well. Finally, what I assumed would be an obviously lame backstory about Logan turned out to be something far more interesting than I expected. But it's crucial that the viewer understand that William Stryker is the same character played by Bryan Cox in X2. Prequels are almost always banal, obvious stories, but this movie both stands on its own and fits perfectly within the series. The initial questions about whether Logan is indeed a mutant are answered in dramatic fashion, and his amnesia is explained. They could not have done a better job on this film, and the comeuppance experienced by Cox in X2 seems all the more deserved.
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