martes, 30 de julio de 2013

Review: The Wolverine


The Wolverine
20th Century Fox México
The character most famous and beloved by fans of the Marvel
this universe of back and with a great deal of action and story and much more close to the comic; all this coupled with a great dose of Visual effects and if you see it in 3D or not 3D is a film which of the two forms you will enjoy, and if you've not yet seen it, you can stop reading here or follow us, even though we clearly don't want to ruin the thrill to see the movie.

The Wolverine, is directed by James Mangold; focuses after the events of X-Men: The Last Stand, Wolverine /Logan is located in an internal struggle after the death of Jean Grey (Famke Janssen) and with

remorse and his memory with the thought of not to proceed and living in exile. Until he met Yukio (Rila Fukushima) and he was invited to Japan, to say goodbye to your teacher Yashida (Haruhiko Yamanouchi), who years ago safed his life in Nagasaki, Yashida in gratitude offered to change become deadly if it undertakes to protect the granddaughter of Yashida, Mariko (Tao Okamoto), whom the Japanese mafia wants to annihilate.

Logan /Wolverine is in Japan, where was vera wrapped in fights between the

jacuzas and Samurai which are incredible, we will see a Wolverine more powerful and human which we see has a similarity to the nature of the character in comics, more violent than in other films, but gives that touch of greatness this character.
Director James Mangold, also takes us to the Japanese culture showing landscapes, locations as well as traditions and customs of this country.
The choice of actors was an important point, since this film has excellent performances by Hugh Jackman, who is accompanied on this occasion of Rila Fukushima, Tao Okamoto, Will Yun Lee, Hal Yamanouchi.
In the case of Tao Okamoto was her debut as an actress and Rila Fukushima, who also made a good work next to Hugh Jackman.

With respect to the Visual and special effects were very well added, as well as the choreography in the battles and action are impressive and to say of the soundtrack performed by Marco Beltrami, which sounds amazing, and if you've not heard it, now is the time. Not I liked was the character of Viper a little weak.

A recommendation to stay to the end credits and who can lead us to the next installment of X-Men: Days of the Future Past.


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