This film will give you a look at Wolverine's earlier years in life, also his time with the government squad Weapon and take you through the later years and  what an impact it had on him.

The film stars Hugh Jackman, Liev Schreiber and Danny Huston in this Marvel comic that once again has hit the silver screen in this sci-fi, adventure and action-packed film where once again Wolverine come to life.

In this prequel, Victor Creed (Schreiber) who plays Jackman's half-brother in the film takes a turn for the bad side and decides to accept a molecular enhancement to his body which in turn will aid him better battle his half-brother.

Victor is trouble and finds himself along side Wolverine in front of a firing squad until William Stryker, a U.S. Military officer convinces them to join Team X, which is a secret mercenary outfit. Lgan is tired of the killing and quits the team and Victor quits the the team and goes on a killing spree, later becomes known as Sabretooth.

Six years down the road Logan is working as a lumberjack and has found the love of his life, then hears of the news of Sabretooth killing all his former team members, decides to team up with Stryker and undergo a procedure which makes him more indestructible and natural born claws become razor-sharp metal ones.

Stryker's up to no good and the same with Victor, Wolverine now has a mission to stop both.

'X-Men Origins: Wolverine' is now showing at The Parkwood Cinemas in Waite Park, click on the link for showtimes, the film is rated PG-13, however; there is plenty of violence, profanity and sexual action implied but not seen, the film runs 107 minutes.

I give the film a 3 out of 5, not as good as the previous film, but if you're into the X-Men you'll want to see this one as well.