I thought the film was ok. I had quite low expectations and the film more than met them which was great. Ultimately I wasn't a fan of the plot which is fairly fundamental in liking a film but everything was pretty good. There was more gore or explicit violence than in the other Wolverine/X-Men films and that was fine. It wasn't necessary to the extent it was shown but it was good to see some blood. It felt like they went out of their way to emphasise the violence and bad language though. It was jarring to hear Professor X swear but it was also quite funny so I liked it… initially. As with the violence some of the language felt like it was there to deliberately help force a more mature certification. It wouldn’t have felt as forced if that tone had been set in the other films though. We’ve had (approximately) 10 X-Men films and the characters have been quite well established up to this point and drastic changes like that did feel awkward. The X-Men have always been interesting to me because of the team dynamics, Wolverine as a character is of course interesting but I haven’t been sold on any of his stand alone films. In the last few years I’ve become more critical of films in general so I realise I am probably outnumbered on this but overall I think Jackman has been a great Wolverine but the films haven’t fully done him justice. I expect this was the last Wolverine solo film and it was a shame to see Wolverine an old, weathered shell of his former self. I’d have liked to see Jackmans retirement of the character go out in his prime. With that said I still think this was the strongest Wolverine film. The acting was good, there were some really nice emotional moments, I enjoyed the overall tone and there was really good humour too. If you liked the previous Wolverine films I’m sure you’ll like this one.