Unfortunately, with the plot trying to be both a prequel and a platform at the same time, it ultimately fails in both regards. In the end, Wolverine falls apart into an impressive but nonsensical collection of action sequences.
X-Men Origins: Wolverine is well worth the five bucks it costs to spring it from the bargain bin. Like both bargain bin picks, the special features are pretty minimal. This version does however include a featurette of Wolverine's transition to the comics. There's even an anti-smoking PSA!
X-Men Origins: Wolverine is by no means perfect, but its interesting to see how irrelevant the intended platform has become in the shadow of the much-superior X-Men: First Class. Still, for healthy doses of mindless action alongside tons and tons of cameos, X-Men Origins: Wolverine makes for an unrelenting if misguided superhero action flick.