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In the near future, a weary Logan cares for an ailing Professor X in a hide out on the Mexican border. But Logan's attempts to hide from the world and his legacy are up-ended when a young mutant arrives, being pursued by dark forces.
In the near future, a weary Logan cares for an ailing Professor X in a hide out on the Mexican border. But Logan's attempts to hide from the world and his legacy are up-ended when a young mutant arrives, being pursued by dark forces. Experience the movie in a whole new way with Logan Noir, a black and white version of the film. Also includes the Theatrical Version.
Make no mistake, Logan earns its tears. If Jackman and Stewart are serious about this being their mutual X-Men swan song, they could not have crafted a more heartfelt valedictory.
Jackman and Stewart are why Logan works-why the film doesn't feel like a cheap exercise in bloody violence, and its subversion of typical superhero-movie tropes feels organic.
Another expensive throwaway aimed at milking money out of people who still read comic books. Color it stupid.
Strips away the spandex, the posse and the chaos, distilling the story down to the essence of the man, Logan. What's left is the agony and the ecstasy of mutanthood.
Jackman gives Logan a withering rage that seems heartfelt, not hammy; Stewart is touching in his enraged befuddlement; and Keen, who resembles here what Katie Holmes might look like if she were...
[Director] Mangold drags [Wolverine] - much older, if not much wiser - into a Western, and ends up with the best superhero movie in recent memory.
Make no mistake, Logan earns its tears. If Jackman and Stewart are serious about this being their mutual X-Men swan song, they could not have crafted a more heartfelt valedictory.
A perfect series finale. They really got it right!Kudos to director James Mangold for this well-crafted and heartbreaking conclusion. Hugh Jackman and Patrick Stewart were always the true emotional core in previous X-Men films for me so it felt good to see them have one last hoorah as Wolverine and Xavier, saving the world, their people and themselves. And they really brought their A game. Dafne Keen is impressive to say the least, so real, she really grounded the story. Mostly I enjoyed that this was more of an adult film, oddly enough, it actually felt truer to the X-Men I grew up with than all the other films. I already want to watch it again! Bravo to all!
Really great end to the franchise. They narrowed the scope and told a smaller, tighter story instead of the usual X-Men type "end of the world" scenario. I don't understand people's gripes with the violence and grittines. I don't think they've ever actually read a wolverine series, movie wolverine wasn't a real close relation to comic wolverine. This is a much more faithful version. It's not an exact replica of the Old Man Logan series but it couldn't be with the limitations on characters they had access to with licensing but they managed to craft a really great story out of it and turn it into something new. It isn't a walking into the sunset ending but it was a very weighty one. This is by far one of the best Marvel movies to come out. Really great guys, thank you for great ride through the movie.
Of all the other X-men movies, this will be the one that sticks with you. It's such a departure from the run-of-the-mill super hero movies we've had over the last 15 years. It's about the characters, who they are, who they've become, and I've never seen a super hero movie that felt more real than this one. I really don't want to spoil any aspect of this film; it is however, bittersweet. It's not about where they've been, it's not about where they're going, it's about who they are. Patrick Stewart and Hugh Jackman are absolutely phenominal, there's always been this strange sterility in the X-Men films that always felt detached from reality, they exist in a fantastical world with lots of CGI and special effects. If Mangold can take up the mantle of director for future Marvel films, then I can safely say that the franchise is in good hands.
One of if not the best "superhero" films of all time. I put that in quotes, because it feels so different from any other superhero film. It has more in common stylistically, tonally and narratively with a western then a typical superhero movie. If you're turned off by this because it's a "superhero" movie. Ignore that. This is a movie, about a man and his struggles in the world. Not trying to save it by putting on a costume and fighting hordes of cgi monsters. But simply to survive after being beaten down by life for years.
Dude best hugh jackman movie yet. it cant get any better than this. but everyone said it was SO gory. but it wasnt. i mean there has been other movies that are gorier than this like DEADPOOL. when my friend told me it was really gory im like awsome. i watched it and it really wasnt. but it really doesnt matter because this was still an awsome movie. i wanted to watch it in theater but i couldnt because we were out of time. but you have to watch this movie. if you dont watch it you havent lived. one more thing it sucked when logan and charles and the bald guy whats his name i dont know died. but it had a really good ending when the girl made the cross into an x. for XMEN. but watch this movie it was capital A Amazing. WATCH IT.
I absolutely loved this movie! Amazing! For those saying it's dumb how Wolverine died, get over it. It had to happen, his story can't last forever as much as we wish it could. And no better way to send him off than this. Thank you Hugh Jackman. Also, none of you naysayers are directors, so quit criticizing this work of artistic greatness. Gave me so many feels by the end. And to prove how great and emotional this movie was, I leave these very powerful quotes. "Daddy?!" "So this is what it feels like."
The premise of an old Logan whose regenerative powers aren't what they used to be is fine and could be interesting. My primary issue is that they present a Logan who has largely given up on caring about others. In the movies so far, Logan started off not seeming to care about others but, when someone needed him, he didn't hesitate to offer aid, even if he did so in a grouchy fashion. He was always pure hero at the core. Now, Logan avoids anyone in need and, when a child is presented as needing his protection, he moves to abandon them. This is not a hero anymore, it's an old jerk who cares about very little but himself and those few he's decided matter to him. ********SPOILER WARNING********* Almost, but not quite, as bad is the ending, where Logan decides to fight the people out to hurt the kids. When he's faced with his cloned self as an enemy, he's torn apart. This is a hero's martyr moment. In the X-Men, when someone sacrifices themselves, they defeat whatever threat is in the way before they die. This failed at that. The random cries of "Daddy" sealed the coffin for this movie and ruined a great character's run in cinema.
In many ways, the best qualities of Logan are how it stands apart from the super hero genre. Further than the blood and swearing, the plot and character developments in this movie are strong and mature, but the tone of the movie is more melancholy than a fun CGI fest. Logan surpasses all of the other X-Men movies without even feeling like it belongs in that series. Logan left an emotional impact on me, I felt the next morning after seeing it in theatres, and that's something no other superhero movie has ever made me feel. Logan feels grounded in reality, and the plot is very realistic, not at all fantastical, despite taking place in 2029. Again, this isn't really a super-hero movie, and the Action & Adventure genre Google has applied to it does not capsulate what this movie really contains. I would not recommend this movie to children, even more so than Deadpool which contained gratuitous sexual references. In conclusion, this movie is a fantastic blend of Drama, Western, and Horror, with super hero characters. It isn't a superhero movie but that's what makes it so powerful, and why it surpasses all the others.
It's a shame it took THIS LONG to finally get the Wolverine we have all been waiting for. Finally released from the shackles of Brian Singer's hatred of comic books Jackman gave me that Logan I always knew he could play and Patrick Stewart killed it as expected. Hopefully Fox eventually figures out to leave Singer out of the X-Men universe and we see more movies like this and Deadpool that are loyal to the comics.
Depressing is the best word to describe this movie. A complete waste of my money & time. Wolverine & Professor X dies. Ongoing senseless killing with no redemptive story. Unecessary profanity from Wolverine & Professor X. This was absolutely the WORST movie I have seen in a long time. Shame on Marvel. I would give it a minus -1 star if it was possible. Marvel pretty much screwed up the ending to Wolverine and the Xmen franchise. Way to show your appreciation Marvel to your Xmen/Wolverine fans.
Logan is clearly part of my top 5 movies. Hugh Jackman's performance is perfect with Patrick Steward and the incredibly talented Dafne Keen. The story is really deeper than ever in the X-Men movies universe. The choices made in this film touched me; they took some risks and in my opinion, they did well. Enough words, just go see it right now. Already did? Watch it just once again. You'll never regret it.
Was average in theaters; loved it second time around from my computer. Stunning final performance from Jackman as Wolverine with Stewart sealing the deal. Violence was the main setback for those with low tolerance for it, and was especially over-the-top when it happened. This is the main reason I decided to give it a second try at which I appreciated it so much more; its an overall fun film to watch that can also touch viewers. I highly recommend viewing it more than once as I had.
Logan is clearly part of my top 5 movies. Hugh Jackman's performance is perfect with Patrick Stewart and the incredibly talented Dafne Keen. The story is really deeper than ever in the X-Men movies universe. The choices made in this film touched me; they took some risks and in my opinion, they did well. Enough words, just go see it right now. Already did? Watch it just once again. You'll never regret it.
I liked it a lot. I could almost say I loved it, but that would put it up there with films like The Godfather. It's not quite that good. The X-Men movies are always filled with good actors, but I think you fail to appreciate them until a couple are plucked out for a film like this one. Hugh Jackman and the actor who plays Xavier are great, and great together. The little girl is believable, and the story is solid. Just beware of the gore. It's way above the typical X-Men film. I'm talking knives going through heads.
Logan's character has always been filled with tragedy and the will to move forward through what really is a nightmare. Logan's desire to keep moving forward and to give a better life for those around him whom are shunned by society really attests to his confidence. However, the struggle to live at the costs of many lives especially when his life seems to be immortal was high. I think this was a great description of the struggle of Logan's will to move on even in the midst of so much tragedy and loss. Even with his daughter he really seems to be the lone wolf. The wolverine.
This movie didn't use any character to their full potential. For example, in one of the movies, Wolverine used his healing factor to heal his friend,so couldn't his daughter do the same to him? Also, she could have cured his "disease" that the movie never went into detail on at all. And why did they have to kill off Xavier AND Wolverine, they could have ended their story on a higher note. Maybe not "happily ever after" but they didn't have to die.
I'm only 30 mins into this movie and I must say this is a must see film. Seriously Hugh Jackman is really amazing. More to follow.😄😉😘 Ok this film was more than amazing. I wish I knew the other characters names so I could exalt them individually. I really had a heart for the family that was slaughtered by the rouge wolverine. Xavier was extremely bad ass as well as Laura the mother the other bad guys and so on. I'll leave it at that because I'm not so great at writing reviews.
Takes the series in a totally different direction. I know it was aiming for gritty and real, and while it accomplishes some of that, the pervasive language and gore detract from the deeper issues that really could have made it shine. The mythos could have benefited from this 'final hours' epic, but instead I feel it doesn't adequately explain much. Overall, I had trouble getting through it and really didn't like it.
Logan was a phenomenal movie that was very different than any other modern marvel movie. What I love about Logan is that it made sense. It made sense for Logan/Wolverine to be old and weary after so much pain and violence he has endured through the course of these movies. This movie also depicts family, aging, and most importantly love specifically Logan, his daughter X-23, and Charles. It was a satisfying yet very emotional thriller that will have you leave the theater in tears.
"Logan" is a really well-done (though nasty) entry in the Wolverine branch of the X-Men franchise. It's not a pap-filled children's movie like many of the other X-Men movies (and note the R rating -- it's there for a reason). It's highly emotional and thought-provoking. My only issue with it is that there's no backstory telling us how we got here. But, once I accepted the situation as it was presented, I was very pleased with the whole thing. I'm rating it at a Very Good 4 stars out of 5.
Nothing short of awesome!! Is this the end really? Maybe or maybe not. I can see if they go backwards to some unexplored time in the past to create another spin-off wolverine movie. Although doubtful about another movie, l really enjoyed this one as much if not more than all the others! Buying the dvd for my collection for sure! Thanks, Hugh Jackman for making Wolverine come to life!
I love Hugh, and have been a huge X Men movie fan through it all. I am extremely disappointed in this movie. It is a disgrace to all other X-Men movies. Two thumbs down. Poorly executed. Can't believe they brought it all to a close in this manner.
I love this movie. This is the best Wolverine movie, and it's about damn time that they show him using those claws for what they were truly meant for, brutally slicing body parts off people and impaling them. He is portrayed as being older in this movie but it's good to see he still has all that anger and rage. LOGAN is phenomenal from start to finish.
I liked this as a great "realistic" comic book hero movie, But this was extremely bleak and dark and morose. There is absolutely nothing happy about this movie. My wife tapped out at the halfway mark because it was just too depressing. I hung in till the end and enjoyed the action but it was not a happy uplifting experience. Glad I watched it once but won't be re-watching this anytime soon.
This was a great movie. It's not about the flashiness or shock factor about mutants and extreme powers. Its the story of a man who's lost his way, just biding his time, and finding a purpose to his life again. Yes, it may be a comic book movie, but it has almost nothing in common with The Avengers or Batman v Superman. The story is far more important than the action sequences. Logan will be a mainstay on my shelf for a long, long time.
So much missing from this movie. Really disappointed in the ending. Over all, a 3 out of 5 is all I could give it. Too bad I bought it though. I do not see myself watching this a second time anytime soon.
Despite the tweaks they did to make the story congruent, Logan is beautifully done with it's R rating. The first 15 minutes had me excited for the rest of the film. The girl who portrayed X-23 did a great job and though the story had a couple cliched fight scenes, the rest of the story was enjoyable. I watch a lot of movies, and love the X-Men franchise, and -like stated earlier- though there were tweaks to the universe, it was enjoyable for anyone who knows nothing of the universe as well as those who do know it.
Worst X-MEN. Terrible way to end. Lack of story and reason. Way to skip 15 years of story line with no explanation. What was Hugh Jackman thinking and even worse, what are you guys thinking giving this a good review. This movie was extremely disappointing and I love X-MEN.
I've always had an affinity for the Wolverine character, but until recently(days of future past) I had to cringe through lame x-men movies to get my fix. This movie.....I wasn't expecting.....I didn't think Fox had the balls. I knew it looked gritty and dark from the trailers, but I had know idea. If studios keep making super-hero movies on this level, then I will keep watching.
Yall are stupid... this movie wasn't based from the x-men series it was based from the logan comics... it's it's own ... the comics are gory and savage... they portrayed this beautifully! Epic movie and an epic end to the Hugh Jackman Logan/Wolverine saga... couldn't have asked for a better Logan
Lol if Logan had his powers max out by Apocalypse's powers, He would have had the animal mode on whenever he's in an aggressive fights and his teeth would have a beasty teeth instead of just human regular teeth looks. Plus his accelerated super healing powers would be at maximum ultra-healings ultimate efficiency level that would have cures, repairs, counters measures any levels of diseases and toxicity like the metals that can leaves toxins substances in his body which wears his healing ability down graded. I pretty sure in another time line there's another Wolverine who's already at Ultimate Mutant level with maximum potentials. I'm pretty sure this Logan weary old man figure is just another X-Men different time line. Who would have thought that the other mutants have died when the professor Xavier still living and breathing. This movie is just another comic book brought to the screen. So many story to chooses from. I say only Apocalypse's powers can maxed out his healing powers so that it can actually repairs any damages his weary healing powers had disappeared and failed to repairs the damages tissues from fighting and toxins from the adamentium metals in his body is doing to him. I don't know but if he can survived a nuclear blast why not from his own sickness being created by his adamentium metals in his body. I think the story creators of the comic books and movie scripts doesn't know what the heck they're telling or talking about. Or maybe some mutants power's are limited to the endurance it can functions before it stop functions due to aging of the body and others are do to infections or due to the life force soon to be depleted they can no longer uses their mutant abilities no more if they wishes to live a bit longer in life.
Logan is a heart throb and a mass suicide at the same time. You feel for the characters but you can't help but look away at the violence. I can not stop shouting out at how much I love this movie. Is in my top 5 movies of all time
I really enjoyed the high level of graphic detail in the physical display of the violence. I don't think any of it was gratuitous. For the main reason's of my own opinion's. That even the Wolverine origins besides all the Xmen movies seemed to me to be much less graphic with the violence so it made this movie Logan special and fantastic!
Logan is a gritty, dark movie that could not have been executed better, and is the perfect send-off for Stewart and Jackman. For this "last hurrah" together...- they've done absolutely amazing, taking this franchise to another level. Hands down, this is the best X-Men movie to date, stripping away over-the-top CGI and pulling away with an amazing story, and personally I hope the studio continues with these R-rated superhero films.
I think that the way Logan is helping everyone but it was sad that Logan had died at the end. He had a daughter that he did a know about and when he died his daughter started to cry. Logan help out every single little children that was in danger and save them. So that was a good and sad movie.
What is wrong with you people?? The plot was thin, revelations trite and incomplete and the ending left me tasting bile at the treatment of such a powerful character in the Marvel Universe. The title could be more appropriately changes to "Jackman Wants Out"
Logan wasn't supposed to die. He couldn't die. At least not like that. And if I'm remembering right, IDK, either when he went back in time or whatever, the Special Metal was changed to a better & stronger type. So... Oh well. Unless u bring him back, NO MORE X-MEN MOVIES. PITY. U killed everyone off. Changed WAY to much, killed the Professor AGAIN. X-Men are over.
The story didn't follow a natural and logical flow. The character decisions were not believable choices. How did they just ignore that Caliban was helping to track them? They had a hideout and didn't have an escape route plan? That's a seventh grade fort in the woods strategy!
Hugh Jackman returns as The Wolverine and faces his ultimate nemesis in an action packed life-or-death battle that takes him to modern day Japan. Vulnerable for the first time and pushed to his physical and emotional limits, Logan confronts not only lethal samurai steel but also his inner struggle against his own immortality; an epic fight that will leave him forever changed.
In this exclusive longer version with more brutally intense action, Hugh Jackman returns as The Wolverine and faces his ultimate nemesis in a battle that takes him to modern day Japan. Vulnerable for the first time and pushed to his limits, Logan confronts not only lethal samurai steel but also his inner struggle against his own immortality; an epic fight that will leave him forever changed.
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