OK, it is a very violent film. But there are several redemptive factors to The Wolverine that might come close to making it suitable family viewing for families with teens. Wolverine goes through depression (more or less), and ultimately decides to live. There's also the affirmation that people need to face difficult truths rather than hide from them - as the film puts it, "You can't pretend s*** isn't happening when it is." There are some concerns, though, that make Wolverine a less-than-ideal role model.