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  • 'Wolverine' is mutant who plays to balconies ★★★

    Every time Hugh Jackman's up there on screen, dining out on the rage stew that is the Wolverine, I think back to his Tony Award-winning performance as entertainer Peter Allen in "The Boy From Oz." It was a terrible musical but a wonderful Broadway turn, flamboyant exuberance personified. Each strand of this performer's DNA is about giving the audience a great time. He's a strutter, and in "The Wolverine," Jackman's sixth and most dominant appearance as the Marvel Comics character, the immortal mutton-chopped loner looks as if he has been spending all his time up in the Canadian wilderness with a personal trainer, waiting for his close-up.
  • Review: A grumbling 'Wolverine' dilutes Hugh Jackman's powers

    Review: A grumbling 'Wolverine' dilutes Hugh Jackman's powers
    To the list of standard truisms advanced by Hollywood movies — money can't buy happiness, beauty doesn't ensure love — "The Wolverine" is eager to add another certainty: comic book heroes are forever grumbling about their lot in life. One...

    Film Review: An immortal comes out of retirement in 'The Wolverine'

    Film Review: An immortal comes out of retirement in 'The Wolverine'
    If you're looking forward to a film about a North American weasel or a fullback from the University of Michigan, look elsewhere. However, unless you've been on a meditative retreat for the last decade and a half, you doubtless already know that "The...

    Wolverine: Len Wein on Hugh Jackman, comic book movies, getting paid

    “The Wolverine,” the latest film starring Hugh Jackman's rage-fueled mutant Logan, offers a more intimate exploration of the character — […]

    ‘Hunger Games,’ ‘Divergent’: The new wave of strong female-led sci-fi

    Katniss Everdeen never intended to become an icon for a struggling people. Yet the scrappy, resourceful heroine at the heart […]