The Wolverine, Hugh Jackman and James Mangold's new breakaway movie shows Jackman's character, Logan, in a new way but still driven and filled with that same rage that fans have connected with since the comics and the cartoons. A desperate and alone ghost haunted and tormented by life and regret this movie finds Logan at his lowest point. The new setting and completely new characters to movie fans help them relate to the isolation but newer fans won't be left out by this; especially when the fighting starts. There is plenty of action and story line for every viewer and new twists will not let your eyes leave the screen. After being hunted down and sought after like a prized pelt The Wolverine travels to Japan to be reunited with someone who can change everything. Logan is offered a deal by a man he saved in WWII: a life for a life. If he can keep his daughter safe till she is married he will give Logan mortality. After he has searched for so long the end of his plight will not be too much avid fans; after all trading one curse for another always causes problems. For instance there is the daughter that he can't help but fall in love with that is engaged to someone else, a reoccurring theme in his life, along with the Japanese culture in general that is a complete opposite of Logan's personality. This coupled with his animalistic qualities wreak havoc everywhere including on top of a moving bullet train. The Wolverine is based on the comic written by Frank Miller and Chris Claremont with the screenplay by Mark Bomback and Christopher McQuarrie. James Mangold as director won't let the film be the Indy breakaway hit it was supposed to be but a hit just the same.