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The Wolverine 2013 Subtitles

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(693) IMDb 6.7/10
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Hugh Jackman returns as The Wolverine to face his ultimate nemesis in an action packed battle that takes him to modern day Japan; an epic fight that will change him forever.

Hugh Jackman, Tao Okamoto
2 hours, 6 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Action & Adventure
Director James Mangold
Starring Hugh Jackman, Tao Okamoto
Supporting actors Rila Fukushima, Hiroyuki Sanada, Svetlana Khodchenkova, Brian Tee, Hal Yamanouchi, Will Yun Lee, Ken Yamamura, Famke Janssen, Nobutaka Aoyagi, Seiji Funamoto, Shinji Ikefuji, Qyoko Kudo, Nobuaki Kakuda, Chiharu Mizuno, Takao Kinoshita, Conrad Coleby, Taris Tyler, Sarah Naylor-Liddell
Studio Fox
BBFC rating Suitable for 12 years and over
Captions and subtitles English Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Albatross TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 13 Feb. 2014
Format: DVD
Okay, so everyone likes Wolverine best out of the X-men, so it was no surprise that he got his own movie out of it. However, ‘Origins’ (as it was titled) wasn’t as popular at the box office as the studio would have liked. Yet, due to the fact that it’s Wolverine, who cares? So... let’s give him another movie anyway.

This time out steel-boned (or Adamantium, or whatever it’s called) is in Japan, so expect plenty of fights with samurai. Next adventure he’ll probably be in Norway, followed by a film set in Brazil, before finally ending up in Wales. Anyway, it doesn’t really matter where he is... Hugh Jackman continues to do a decent enough portrayal as the titular character to make the movie worth sitting through. He fights, he growls, he fights a bit more. It’s all good. However, this time the whole ‘mutant aspect’ which was so familiar in the X-men and Origins has been toned down a bit more.

In this story (and I’m not ‘spoiling’ it for you as it’s in the trailer) Wolverine loses his powers of rejuvenation and so needs to be a little more careful when taking on his enemies. Therefore you don’t need to be a mutant (or have their ‘mutant powers’) to defeat him).

So, if you like the X-Men, or just gritty action, you’ll probably like this one. It’s a solid entry into the franchise, but doesn’t cover too much new ground.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By The Movie Guy on 11 Aug. 2013
Format: DVD
Perhaps "Wolverine 3" would be a better title considering all the times we have seen Jackman in this role. The film opens with a flashback dream within a flashback dream as Wolverine (Hugh Jackman) continues playing Jeremiah Johnson. He is persuaded to go to Japan by Yukio (Rila Fukushima) to pay his last respects. While in Japan, Wolverine encounters Viper woman (Svetlana Khodchenkova) his "Kryptonite," and gets involved in a plot that gave me flashbacks to fine films like "Toxic Avenger II" and "Nazis at the Center of the Earth."

The plot had more complexity than what I expected or wanted to see. The action scenes were shot by shaking the camera at odd angles so we could feel the intensity. Instead I thought "Why the low budget effect?" The film started out with some comedy and dark comedy, but that aspect quickly died when they went to Japan.

Considering the fine Avenger/Mutant films that have come out, this one was a let down.

Worth a rental. Most likely I will buy it since I own all the other ones.

Parental Guide: 1 F-bomb. Implied morning after sex. Jackman rear nudity...again.
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46 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Mr. T. O. Brand on 18 Oct. 2013
Format: Blu-ray
If you're still smarting over the disaster that was Origins (not including the title sequence, which was the only good part of that movie!)then you can feel confident that The Wolveriene will leave you with a much better sentiment.

Still fitting into the continuity of the other X-Men films but without many constraints imposed upon itself, The Wolveriene is a great standalone film which helps to flesh out the titular character, which in many people's opinions is the most interesting in Marvel lore.

On the whole Jackman does a great job at portraying Wolveriene, and slightly more nuanced than he has played the role in the past. I liked how superheroes aren't always at the forefront and it's more about vendettas and relationships. The action that does feature is, on the whole, excellent and not too 'OTT' (in contrast, I found Man of Steel to be overly action orientated) right up until the final showdown battle with Silver Samurai, which I felt went too much with the expected Hollywood ending.

Overall though it's a great film, and you don't need to be into Marvel or superheroes to enjoy it.
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21 of 25 people found the following review helpful By MLA VINE VOICE on 5 July 2014
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
The Wolverine is a 2013 action fim starring Hugh Jackman as the iconic Wolverine. It is largely set in Japan and based loosely on the graphic novels by Chris Claremont and Frank Miller which saw the start of Wolverine's Japanese connection. The run-time on the Blu-ray is the same as the theatrical release. There is some talking head feature as part of the Extras but not much else. The Blu-ray comes with a downloadable version.

Wolverine is one of the greatest of the comic book heroes. His sense of honour, the underdog with that rage, his immortality, and pervading sense of grief are so well known. Wolverine's journey into Japan is a part of his lore, something well known to fans. It is good to see this part of the great Wolverine on screen.

The Wolverine is not a direct translation of comic book onto film. In the Extras, producer Hutch Parker says that the best films do not stick too closely to canon. He is completely wrong. The closer a film sticks to its origin the better it tends to be with only a few rare exceptions. The Wolverine is not an exception. It is a good film but never great, it is not as interesting or exciting as the world from which it was drawn but it is a perfectly fine action adventure.

One of the most difficult things about The Wolverine when compared to the original is Hugh Jackman himself. He is a magnifcent Wolverine. Jackman is so intense, appears to be locked so deep in thought all of the time. The fire within burns throughout and seems to be just on the cusp of control. It is an excellent performance. The problem though is that he is too big.
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