[Contest] WIN Tickets to Logan

UrbanWire has 10x pairs of tickets to give away.

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Stand a chance to win a pair of preview screening tickets to catch LOGAN. Simply watch the trailer and follow these steps:
1. Like the UrbanWire Facebook page
2. Like and Share this post
3. Watch the trailer below
4. Share with us your favorite Wolverine movie and why in the comments section below.

Event details:
Date: 28th February, Tuesday

Venue: GV VIVOCITY

Time: 6.50pm Onwards

Tickets collection will be at the redemption table from 6.15pm onwards on the day of the event.

This contest ends on 26th February 2017.

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  • Hamzah Kent

    Hey! THANK YOU SO MUCH! OMG! I’m so excited! Dropped a message and see you tomorrow.

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  • Lim Jze

    X-Men: Days of Future Past, because wolverine saves the mutants from being the enemy of mankind,.

  • Koh Hock Guan

    My favorite Wolverine movie is “The Wolverine” as I simply love the intense heart-thumping fighting & slashing scene between Logan Vs Shingen in a fast-paced and brutal fight to the death with Logan deadly claws !

  • Ivan Connell

    X-Men Origins.
    Love this movie as it shows as the pass of Xmen :)
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  • Mackey Lim

    His bones, lined with adamantium, are unbreakable
    And tucked within each open hand, lie three knives, retractable

    He is a mutant, able to heal, from the deepest of cuts
    I am a human who knows, Logan is going to be my favorite Wolverine film, from the bottom of my heart

  • Keily Missy Chang

    ‘X-men origins: Wolverine (2009)’ Some of the best scenes in the film have nothing to do with large scale action sequences or revved up pyrotechnics. Some of the most touching and most moving moments is watching Wolverine trying to fit into a normal life. Away from wars and mortal enemies. And ultimately failing. His relationship with Kayla (nicely played by Lynn Collins), a seemingly ordinary human woman is quite affecting. Watching her take on the near impossible task of taming Logan’s primal side is involving. Both Jackman and Collins shine in these scenes. Or the scene when Logan befriends an elderly couple. Who pay a terrible price for taking him in.

  • Pui Foong

    X-Men Origins: Wolverine because i simply love Wolverine

  • Fong Tinyao

    Logan is my favorite Wolverine movie because it is Hugh Jackman’s last

  • Yao Zhong

    X-Men: Days of the Future Past really rocked and love Hugh Jackman’s performance

  • Joseph Lim

    It is Hugh Jackman final movie so Logan is going to be my favourite as I will not be seeing him acting as Wolverine again.

  • Sabariah Ahmad

    It is going to be Logan as I am going to miss him! One of those last days of Hugh Jackman turning into Wolverine, I will never forget.

  • Tan Hock Keong

    X-Men: Days of the Future Past was my favourite Wolverine movie! The exciting plot and the heroic act of Wolverine saving both humans & mutants was simply marvellous!

  • Lynn Cheslie

    “I still think, ultimately, my favorite one is the cameo in X-Men: First Class. To me, that just, in about 15 seconds, sums up the character. ” He thinks this way so do I! :)

  • Sharon Kwok-Tan

    My favourite Wolverine movie has to be “X-Men: Days of the Future Past”. In this series, Wolverine was sent back to the past to prevent a tragic event from ever occurring to prevent both human and mutant extinction! His heroic acts to combat against Sentinel in the show certainly garnered my vote and thumbs up ?

  • Llsh Lim

    X-Men: Days of Future Past is my favourite Wolverine movie, it give me the past about Wolverine and it is so interesting as the past will have a effect on the present. Watching Wolverine save the whole mutants.

  • Cheryl Ruth Lim

    My favourite movie would be X-Men: Days of Future Past!

  • Wong Oi Lin

    My favourite Wolverine movie is X-Men: Days of the Future Past because it is one movie that determines the course of future events, that Wolverine travelled back to 1973 to change the history

  • Mark Chan

    My favourite Wolverine movie is X-Men: Days of the Future Past because I like the story and action of Wolverine traveling back to 1973 to change history.

  • Zulhilmi Razak

    My favourite Wolverine movie would have to be X-Men Origins: Wolverine. This is because this movie showed how Hugh Jackman was able to deliver an exceptional performance and it focused more on the early days of his life.

  • Yue Jie

    X-Men: Days of Future Past is my favourite Wolverine movie, not only because of Wolverine’s storyline in it but also the fact that Hollywood included Chinese characters and therefore an actress in its ensemble cast. Really proud of the Asian representation in a movie of such a scale!

  • Muhd Taufiq Al-Hafiz

    Liked the FB page.
    Liked and shared this post! ?
    Watched the trailer. ?
    My favourite Wolverine movie will be The Wolverine which release back on 2013, where Logan travel back to Japan to repay his life debt for Yashida and surprisely known that he is The Silver Samurai who wants the power of healing which Wolverine has it. Thats the best scene fight between them.

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  • Caroline Kong

    The first X-Men show. ‘X-Men Origins: Wolverine.’ Hugh Jackman acted really well.

  • Siow Peng Ann

    My favourite is X-Men Origins: Wolverine. All the technical aspects and the acting were excellently done. This is truly how a tentpole movie should be produced. Hugh Jackman’s performance is epic. He really inhabits this very difficult character to play. His physical attributes are amazing, and the emotional damage he portrays is outstanding.
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  • Karen Tang

    Liked and shared!
    My favourite is X-Men Origins: Wolverine because i love the simple yet powerful claws that he has!

  • Lai Zheng Wei

    X-Men Origin: Wolverine as the movie show me more about the background of Wolverine!

  • Joey

    X-Men movie, Days of Future Past is definitely my favourite wolverine movie of all time! I love how they’re bringing in actresses from China (Fan Bing Bing <3) and also retaining the original cast. Loved it when they travelled back in time and J Law was phenomenal. Not to mention Wolverine's toned behinds hahaha Looking forward to catch Logan and X-23 on the big screens woohoo!

  • AS Neo

    My favorite Wolverine movie is “X-Men Origins: Wolverine” because Hugh Jackman was able to deliver a great performance despite the messy plot and bad CG. It is a Wolverine movie that gets better with each viewing, as long as you can accept all of its flaws!

  • Kuan Leng Tan

    Definitely the first X-Men movie because that is the first appearance of Hugh Jackman as Wolverine and he had my love the moment he stepped into the movie screen!

  • Neo Catherine

    My favourite Wolverine movie is “X-Men: Days of Future Past” <3 I love the time travelling storyline and how Wolverine is able to be transported back to the groovy 1970s and play a pivotal role in changing the history of the X-Men and merging the two different X-Men film series together! Best X-Men movie ever!

  • Thomas Aw Yew Chye

    It has to be The Wolverine. The Wolverine not just only showcase the amazing physical ability but also exploring deep into the emotional side of Logan, which give us a whole new dimension on how we view about Logan. It is refreshingly different from about every other superhero movie that featured Wolverine.

  • Brendan Chow

    I felt The Wolverine was the better of Hugh Jackman’s past two solo outings as Logan/Wolverine because it was the very first time we saw his true vulnerability at stake, both mentally (as this movie follows X-Men 3 and hallucinations of Jean Grey’s death) and physically (the battles with the Yakuza and of course, the Silver Samurai with the flaming sword).

    Anyone with vulnerabilities always makes the best characters in films. In what proves to be the best Wolverine fight sequence with the Silver Samurai, in my opinion (the one with Ladystrike in X2 comes a close second), The Wolverine is undoubtedly superior to the lacklustre Origins movie… and that is that is the main reason why I am highly anticipating Logan to be the best in the trilogy!

    And it has one bad-ass post credits scene too!

  • Caroline Ang

    Definitely The Wolverine because it is the first movie my hubby introduce me to watch

  • Jenny Lim

    X-Men Origin: Wolverine is my favourite! It told the story of how James Howlett became Logan, how his birth was a lie and how he was put to test as an experimental subject to become Wolverine. Almost all Superheroes had something similar of a past dark story, but probably none as heart-shattering as Wolverine’s

  • Daniel Ng

    Definitely The Wolverine takes my favorite wolverine movie because the entire movie was about Wolverine!! It showcased a different side of him, a more humane side where we got to connect with him. Also, we got to see him travel back to Japan to help his old friend where he was eventually betrayed (ouch). It’s one of my all time favorite movies cause of its action-packed fighting scenes!

  • siu2

    The Wolverine is my favourite Wolverine movie because I watched it in New York and met my boyfriend there. Wolverine is our matchmaker ?

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  • Jacy Lim

    X-Men: Days of Future Past – love how wolverine tried to prevent the sentinel programme

  • Adeline Tan Huixiu

    My favourite is X-Men Origins: Wolverine as this movie was touching and full of action! Love Hugh Jackman as he is brave with fighting spirit and friendly!!

  • Samantha Choong

    My favorite Wolverine movie was (despite being an ensemble movie) X-Men: The Last Stand. I’m a Logan/Jean fan and it was just painful yet so so sweet to see Logan understanding that Jean’s sacrifice was necessary and he loved her enough to listen to her and uh, kill her.

    But, that being said, my actual favorite Wolverine moment was the scene in X-Men: First Class where Charles and Eric try to recruit Logan… Best use of the one f-word allowed in PG-13 movies!

  • Hamzah Kent

    The Wolverine was my favorite because of non stop action and the storyline. He travelled to Japan to help an old friend, Yashida but was backstabbed. The final battle scene was my most favorite and I was so pissed when The Silver Samurai severs Logan’s adamantium claws and begins to extract Logan’s healing abilities, revealing himself to be Yashida, who had faked his death!!! Yashida starts to regain his youth, but luckily Mariko intervenes and stabs Yashida with Logan’s severed claws while Logan regenerates his bone claws and kills Yashida. Phew! I watched this movie like 5 times and I never get bored cos Wolverine is my favorite mutant!!
    I am so looking forward for this preview and I hope I am one of the 10 lucky winners. May the preview tickets be in my favor! Thank you for this opportunity! :)

  • Kiat Leong

    For me it would be X-Men: Days of Future Past! That movie served as a good reboot to the x-men universe! Was a big fan of x-men films but after x-men 3 there wasn’t any way in which they could have moved on with the story. That’s why Days of Future Past was a good move to reset the universe.

  • jingweilee1

    While deadpool’s portrayal is undeniably bad, xmen origins wolverine was the most memorable for me for its iconic and satisfying battles with his brother. I mean c’mon its basically two wolverines battling it out. Can’t wait to catch this one too.

  • Fathima Ifraanah

    X-Men: Days of Future Past beacuse it features Wolverine going back in time to 1973 to prevent an assassination
    that, if carried out, will lead to the creation of a new weapons system
    called the Sentinels that threatens the existence of mutants — and potentially, all of humanity.He’s the unlikely hero that saves the day for all.

  • Rahama Tunnisa

    The X-Men the very first movie of the franchise.It has a backstory of his origins.Way funnier,uncouth and gritty in tone.He’s the Marvel’s anti-hero of the ages.

  • Shahrim Mahmud

    The Wolverine because we saw his human nature when he travels to Japan where he engages an old acquaintance in a struggle that has lasting consequences.Stripped of his healing factor,he must battle a deadly Samurai while struggling with his quilt.

  • moejoseph

    Definitely Logan. Heard that this will be his last movie, and clearly Hugh Jackman has aged a lot over the past years. From the poster, one can clearly see his vicissitude. Would love to catch him as Wolverine for the last time, and this will definitely be his nest and my favourite of the series.

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