For Star trek:
I thought all the actors were pretty much spot on. I can see THe arguments about them not physically looking the same, but it didn't really bother me; I was much more interested in whether they felt like the same characters, and for the most part, they got that perfect.
WHile I liked Zachary as Spock quite a bit, the one I was most impressed by was McCoy. The actor not only had the vocal righ, but the mannerisms, to the point where even before they mentioned who he was, if you had been a fan of TOS, You knew exactly who he was.For Wolverine:
Tynan wrote:The Origin I was very upset when they added his claws in the origin comics (whereas before it was a byproduct of his healing factor during the admantium process)
Actually, it had been implied both ways previous to the origin comics--one particular point being when the adamantium was ripped out and he still had bone claws.
To be honest, the details known about wolverine's origin have varied and contradicted themselves so much over the years, that I was just glad in the origins comic that they decided to be frickin consistant to something
My major problems with Wolverine: There will be spoilers
Incredibly poor cg.
WHat they did to poor deadpool at the end--no quips from the only person in the marvel universe who can out-snark spider-man? really?
I also noticed the katana-s from the hand thing didn't make sense, as the appeared to be about 3-4 feet long-If they were retracted, they would interfere with his ability to bend his elbows.
They didn't make sabertooth evil or animalistic enough--they kept trying to make the brotherhood thing a saving grace, when they could have used it to make the tension between the two greater, and the fights more poignant.
I liked the action in general, if for nothing else than cyclops actually being useful.
Gave the movie a solid C.