Rating: 305 Degrees (Out of 360)
Obviously, the Wolverine has been a staple for the X-Men franchise, and fortunately for Fox, they went out with a bang. Hugh Jackman's portrayal of Wolverine has always been pretty good (despite him being WAY too tall to depict the comic character) and this final installment of his story was one of the best of the entire X-men-verse.
The tone was set well form the start. Desolate and desperate, Logan works as a border crossing limo driver saving money to get him and Professor X to safety. They never say exactly what happened to Professor X, nor specifically who was killed in a past episode of dementia, but you don't need that information. He is obviously struggling with his grip on reality and to control his powers.
The main villains are the Revers. These are a group technologically enhanced human hired guns sent out by the company performing illegal Mutant cloning to find and capture the escaped clones. This is where X23 comes into play. She's fun to watch as she has to learn to integrate into sosietal norms after living her entire life within the confines of a lab.
I'm going to stop here and just say, see this one. It's not required to binge through the entirety of the X-Man-Verse to catch up, but maybe just watching the very first X-Man movie would be a good homework assignment.