Were you a touch disappointed by the The Wolverine? Don't be. At least not yet, because it turns there a lot more of the movie than you got to see. By all accounts, the Extended Edition is much, much better — and you can finally see it tomorrow.
Wolverine goes to Japan and gets his healing powers jacked. Okay, so the Extended cut is apparently 12 minutes longer than the theatrical version, and besides filling in a few things, it has CG blood for all the many, many slices Wolverine makes with his claws and his sword, which would improve the movie on its own by about 40%. I've linked to the version that gives you both the theatrical and extended cuts on Blu-ray.
Or you could get this big-ass box set containing all three original X-Men movies, both Wolverine movies, X-Men: First Class, a bonus disc with a new documentary on the movie franchise, with special Wolverine claw packaging. It even has an extra slot that you can put your inevitable copy of Days of Future Past in.
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