Great standalone! But more inappropriate and violent
Great! Since X-Men Origins: Wolverine wasn't really successful, and some of the things didn't make sense, the creator deiced to give a Wolverine film another shot and forget the last one. I accually thought that film wasn't bad. But I'm doing a review on The Wolverine, not that film. It's a great film, it's still pretty intense like the last. And this time more inappropriate. Nudity and Sexual Stuff: A man is given a bath, he is fully nude. Although we only see a brief shot of his upper butt and a brief shot of the line down to his frontal nudity (that one is barley seen). Later in the film, a man walks in a hotel room and he sees two women in just their bras and underwear. We also see a man in his underwear shirtless. We see them take of their pants and get drinks for a minute, then the man that walked in yells at them to get out. We see them kiss for about 3 seconds only, and not close up. Then they do what the man says and get out. We only see them for about a minute. There also is some passionate kissing that is brief. And I don't know if this would be in the rating at all, or as "Brief Pervasive Conent". But a man says "we were meant to be together" then kisses his daughter on the lips. And not how you'd kiss your daughter. But this doesn't get sexual and it's brief because she stops him. There are a bit of disturbing and bloody images too. The language includes: 1 clear use of Go Fu*k Yourself, 1 use of ba*tard, 3 uses of a*s 2 of which are a*shole, several uses of h*ll, 3 uses of bi*ch, and 4-5 uses of sh*t. My MPAA rating is: PG-13 for intense sequences of violence and action, brief strong language, thematic material, brief partial nudity, some disturbing and bloody images, and for brief sexuality including brief sexual content. And surprisingly, there is no smoking in this film. So great standalone Wolverine film, that is fine for tweens 12ish+! Oh AND!-The post-credit scene is very important to the next film-Days Of Furture Past! Hope this helps!
This title contains:
Violence & scariness