The most audible reaction from the audience was the nude scene when the 70s incarnation of Jackman's Wolverine is introduced - and he is huge. Other highlights of the film are a great slow mo sequence while Quicksilver has some fun, Magneto's tantrum on a plane, and the use of 70s news reel film stock in a couple of key scenes. The 70s wardrobe is also great. The ending will also bring a tear to the eye of anyone who has come to empathise with Wolverine over the past few movies. It's a shame that most of the filler is a little so so, largely comprised of unnecessary "emotional" exposition scenes a la Dark Knight Rises. It is an interesting reversal to the Hollywood archetype that while most of our heroes are played by Brits, an Aussie and an Irishman, the baddy is an American.