X-Men Origins - Wolverine

X-Men Origins - Wolverine
X-Men Origins - Wolverine




102 minutes


Action and Adventure



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This spin-off from the hit 'X-Men' film trilogy serves as a prequel to 2000's original, Marvel Comics-based movie. As the title suggests, it reveals how the disgruntled anti-hero was created - exploring his complex relationship with the villainous Victor Creed (aka Sabretooth) and the ominous 'Weapon X' programme that transformed a mutant named Logan into a superhuman killing-machine who possesses amazing healing powers, indestructible, retractable claws and one hell of a temper. What unfolds is a voyage of discovery that sees Wolverine encounter both familiar and new mutants in an action-packed sci-fi fantasy that surprisingly manages to be both violent and romantic.


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This film has several uses of moderate bad language and contains moderate fantasy violence

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