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Movie Summary[]


The early years of James Howlett, featuring his rivalry with his brother Victor Creed, his service in the special forces team Weapon X, and his experimentation into the metal-lined mutant Wolverine.


Seeking solace from his dark past, Logan, better known as Wolverine, seems to have found love and contentment with Kayla Silverfox. Logan's peaceful existence is shattered when Victor Creed, his vicious brother, brutally murders Kayla. Logan's thirst for revenge propels him into the Weapon X program, where he undergoes a painful procedure to bond his bones with adamantium, making him virtually indestructible and more than a match for Victor.

  • ­It's an origin story, so we have to learn how every fuckin' piece of clothing he ever wore got into his wardrobe.
           —Elliott @15:50
  • ­I've got a shitload of candy in this Blackbird.
           —Stuart @20:40

Better Than[]

Final Judgments[]

  • What It Does Isn't Very Nice (Elliott) @44:05
  • Bad-Bad Movie (Dash) @44:25
  • Bad-Bad Movie (Dan) @44:35
  • What It Does Isn't Very Nice (Stuart) @44:55

Episode Highlights[]

List of Better Villains for this Movie[]

  • Apokolips
  • Arcade
  • Baby Jane
  • The Brood
  • Dark Helmet
  • Darth Vader
  • Ivan Drago
  • The Fatman
  • Fletch
  • Fletch Lives
  • Jake Gittes
  • Glenda the Good Witch
  • The Gopher from Caddyshack
  • The Gremlins
  • The Hellfire Club
  • The Imperial Guard
  • Tor Johnson
  • Charles Foster Kane
  • Loki
  • Mojo
  • Mojo 2: The Sequel
  • Scarlett O'Hara
  • Mr. Potter
  • Mola Ram
  • Sentinels
  • Mr. Sinister
  • Sam Spade
  • The Starjammers
  • Zolo


  • Bill Murray is the Wolverine of Caddyshack, Omar is the Wolverine of The Wire, and John Belushi is the Wolverine of Animal House. @43:00

Movie Pitches[]


  • ­My dream one day is to be famous enough to do an ad for Popeyes and have them pay me in chicken.
           —Elliott @28:35

Listener Mail[]

No listener mail this time.


  • The Brothers Bloom (2008) by Rian Johnson by Dan @46:10
  • Dante's Inferno (1935) by Harry Lachman by Elliott @49:05
  • Once Were Warriors (1994) by Lee Tamahori by Stuart @Time
  • Encounters of the Spooky Kind (2008) by Sammo Kam-Bo Hung by Dash @Time