I just tonight saw the X-Men Origins: Wolverine, and for the most part, I’m pretty happy with it. It was an awesome film with a very cool storyline and fantastic effects. I also appreciated the introduction of all the new characters.

On the way home, though, I was filling Nicole in on all the plot points and flaws that were in the film, when comparing the storyline to the comics. Additionally, I described for her the complete origin story, when James Howlett was a sickly boy in Alberta to growing up in British Columbia incognito.

“Hmm…” she said after a silence. “This must be what it feels like for a history expert to watch a film about the World Wars.”

One Response to “Wolverine.”
  1. ulyssesred says:

    I like the new layout of the blog.
    And I can’t wait to see Wolverine, though I am probably going to have to wait for the DVD.

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