That's what I would have said if I was an 8yr old boy on a sugar high.
The dialog is nothing special; it's all forced cheesy one liners or serious secret government banter. I would like to tip my hat to Hugh Jackman (Wolverine) and Liv Schreiber (Sabretooth) – they completely embodied their characters and are enjoyable to watch. Ryan Reynolds is good as Wade Wilson (aka Dead Pool) but he only has five minutes screen time. The acting from the rest of the cast is below average; I blame the casting crew and producers for this, e.g. Will I Am, from Black Eyed Peas… Why?
The CGI is not flash and definitely not up with today's standards, e.g. The impeccable Iron Man. Wolverine's claws looked terrible. Compared to the three previous X-men films they looked plastic.
The PG13 rating is an annoying gimmick to make as much money as possible, sacrificing the realism of blood for profit. The guy has six knives in his hands and slices and dices people like fish for a living – where is the blood? Is Wolverine tickling his opponents to death? Note the first three X-Men films are also PG13 but this is the Origins of Wolverine – his motto is “I'm the best there is at what I do. But what I do best isn't very nice”.
You would think with over 20yrs of source material from the comics, the writers/director could have created something more intelligent. I seriously believe no one on the set (apart from the actors) have actually picked up an X-Men comic, because if they had it would have been so much better. We now come to expect our comic book hero films to be as marvelous as Iron Man or as remarkable as The Dark Knight but the problem with Wolverine Origins is it's just another one of Fox's big budget blow outs.
However, I do have the mentality of an 8yr old boy that just ate a thousand jelly beans so despite all its flaws I had a great time with it. I was cheering and yelling and laughing and making all kinds of noises. It was an action packed, blow stuff up in yo face growling monstrosity of explosions, implosions and megaplosions! You can't get hung up on dialogue or story in this film – you know it's rubbish, I recommend watching this on Blu-Ray at home with your mates, with lots of beers. This way you can enjoy it in the moment and forget about it all the next morning, just like your most regrettable one night stand. Alternatively you could use amnesia bullets.