Have you ever watched a movie in theatres where the gravity of a scene was ruined by some guy in the audience laughing? Probably you have. Have you ever been that guy? This movie is completely impossible to take seriously. Wolverine responds completely logically by growing claws made of bones and killing the drunk guy. Once you get over the initial squick factor of the claws, you notice that they look tremendously stupid and you will laugh every time they come out.
During the Nagasaki bombing on August 9, , Yashida was saved by James "Logan" Howlett, also known as the "Wolverine", at a prisoners of war camp where Logan was being detained. He had become fascinated with Wolverine's healing powers, envious even In subsequent years he became head of a powerful Japanese company, as well as having a son, Shingen , who in turn had a daughter, Mariko, whom he became more attached to rather than Shingen, much to Shingen's chagrin. Many years later, one of his granddaughter's servants, Yukio, was sent to get Logan to meet Yashida as he was dying. Upon his arrival, Yashida offered to take his eternity away so he can attain the mortality he seek. But Logan, surprised and confused whether such thing is possible, refused.
This has not only enabled him to survive countless wounds that would otherwise prove fatal but also makes his age pretty impossible to determine. Wolverine may be essentially ageless, and though Jackman is himself a mortal man, the actor has rather impressively captured this quality throughout his tenure in the Fox films. While it may feel like Jackman is seemingly aging at an unnaturally slow rate, his Wolverine has still gone through many changes. The actor would become largely responsible for the standards of the modern superhero physique, but due to being thrust into the role late, Jackman had little time to physically prepare. Still, the film did begin the long-standing tradition of featuring at least one scene of Jackman losing his shirt.
It's the shoutiest film of the year: guaranteed. But in the X-Men Origins universe, cursing skywards is short-hand for tragedy - it's emotion, spelled out in capital letters in case you didn't realise. And in a movie as big as Wolverine's own X-Men spin-off, there just isn't enough time to devote to 'character building' or 'plot development' when there's helicopters to be blown up. In effect, X-Men Origins: Wolverine - hereby referred to only as Wolverine - delivers exactly what it promises: to lift Hugh Jackman's entertaining gruff guy sideshow act from the X-Men franchise and give it room enough for berserker rage writ large.