The Wolver­ine

The Gold Coast Bulletin - Play Magazine - - MOVIES -

Hugh Jack­man re­turns for his sixth out­ing as the X-Men mu­tant in a story based on the 1982 comic arc by Chris Clare­mont and Frank Miller which sends Lo­gan to mod­ern Ja­pan, where he dresses Samu­rai-style, fights Nin­jas and strug­gles with the no­tion of mor­tal­ity. They say: Jack­man knows the char­ac­ter so well now he could sleep­walk through it, but some­how still in­vests new life into his char­ac­ter, Lo­gan. (Re­port, Page 12.) Wesay: One all fan­boys and fan­girls have marked in their di­aries. Noth­ing said here will con­vince them to miss it. The best parts of The Wolver­ine are when Jack­man’s go­ing hell for leather, fight­ing with gusto or throw­ing peo­ple out of win­dows with­out care. Run­ning time 126 min­utes. Aus­tralia Fair, Pa­cific Fair, Robina, Har­bour Town, Coolan­gatta, Tweed City, Nerang, Yatala Drive In.


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