You know, I really expected Wolverine to kill more ninjas.
That's not being unrealistic, is it? I mean, when you hear that there's going to be a Wolverine movie based, however loosely, on the 1982 Wolverine miniseries by Chris Claremont and Frank Miller, you go into the theater expecting a few things to happen. I wasn't really looking for a specific number or anything, but if you'd asked me going in, I would've told you that my most important expectation for this movie was that Wolverine was going to kill a number of ninjas that was greater than zero. when the ninjas actually do show up about 20 minutes before the end, I figured it was finally time to pay off, but nope. Never happened. In that respect, I'm sorry to tell you that The Wolverine did not meet my expectations.
For the past three months, Matt Wilson and I have been making our way through a series of in-depth reviews of the X-Men films, the franchise voted as our subject by you, the readers. Long before they were brought to the silver screen, however, there was another mass-media project that made the X-Men even more of a household name and lured thousands of kids into a lifetime of caring about whether Gambit and Rogue would finally get together...
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