James Mangold) is a direct sequel to the original trilogy. Still feeling guilty for killing Jean at the climax of The Last Stand, Logan has returned to the wilderness of Canada and lives off the land only going into town when needed. She still haunts his nightmares.
|Also, he looks homeless.|
|Short, suave, sophisticated, spiky-ish, and killer sideburns. Good haircut.|
Of course, the Canadian mutant declines, the man dies, and Logan goes to his funeral and fights Japanese mobsters on top of a bullet train. Also, his healing powers have mysteriously stopped working.
Logan runs away with the business man's granddaughter to protect her from the mobsters, but totally fails because she gets kidnapped anyway. He then figures out why his regenerative abilities aren't working and performs heart surgery on himself using his bare hands to fix the problem.
Once he can heal again, the Canuck goes to rescue the girl which unsurprisingly is exactly what the bad guys wanted. He fights a giant metal samurai robot (like if Tony Stark had a thing for Japanese stuff), and is saved by the very girl he was trying to save. Isn't that ironic?
I would recommend seeing The Wolverine if you are a fan of the X-Men movies. There are some great action sequences (like the previously mentioned bullet train fight) and it's definitely entertaining. It is a welcome addition to the X-Men movie series in my opinion and is a sign of better things to come for the series.