The Wolverine

The Wolverine
The Wolverine

Film Details

Year

2013

Duration

121 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure

Language

English

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Synopsis

The Marvel comic character Wolverine was created in the 1970s; his constant grumpiness, ability to self-heal, and razor-sharp retractable claws mean you'd want him on your side in a fight. Unwilling to follow orders, Wolverine is one of the most interesting and popular of the X-Men — this is the fifth film in which Hugh Jackman plays the role (not including his X-Men: First Class cameo). Wolverine comes out of superhero retirement when he is contacted by a dangerous gangster, whose life he once saved. An epic mutant battle begins as Wolverine searches his soul for the will to keep fighting.

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12 Classification

Contains moderate action violence and one use of strong language

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