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James Mangold
Hugh Jackman as Logan
Dafne Keen as Laura
Al Coronel as Federale Commander
Boyd Holbrook as Pierce
Anthony Escobar as Federale
Frank Gallegos as Federale Lieutenant
Eriq La Salle as Will Munson
Elise Neal as Kathryn Munson
Patrick Stewart as Charles
Richard E. Grant as Dr. Rice
Reynaldo Gallegos as Rey (as Rey Gallegos)
Storyline: In 2029 the mutant population has shrunken significantly and the X-Men have disbanded. Logan, whose power to self-heal is dwindling, has surrendered himself to alcohol and now earns a living as a chauffeur. He takes care of the ailing old Professor X whom he keeps hidden away. One day, a female stranger asks Logan to drive a girl named Laura to the Canadian border. At first he refuses, but the Professor has been waiting for a long time for her to appear. Laura possesses an extraordinary fighting prowess and is in many ways like Wolverine. She is pursued by sinister figures working for a powerful corporation; this is because her DNA contains the secret that connects her to Logan. A relentless pursuit begins - In this third cinematic outing featuring the Marvel comic book character Wolverine we see the superheroes beset by everyday problems. They are aging, ailing and struggling to survive financially. A decrepit Logan is forced to ask himself if he can or even wants to put his ...
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worst X-men movie ever
I can't believe any one gave this movie good reviews its no wonder why Stan was not in this movie, seemed like Hugh's heart was not in it giving a so so performance his expressions where like yea I'm here but I'm tired of this character, and Patrick seemed like a wash out like he has been drinking to much Strongbow. I thought no one could out do Batman vs Superman for the worst comic book movie but it looks like Logan did.
Highly overrated
This movie is really over hyped and overrated. It is depressing and boring and has no real plot. I think it is overrated for two reasons--1) because it is rated R and 2) because it tried to be a "different" type of superhero movie by making the story a Western. Unfortunately, this film, much like that other overrated R-rated X- Men movie, Deadpool, goes overboard with the freedom of the less restrictive rating by loading itself with f-bombs and gory violence. I don't know why Hugh Jackman and Patrick Stewart agreed to the mediocre script that turns their once heroic characters into pathetic has beens. Logan is now a suicidal drunk and Charles is a decrepit, insane old man. Both men die pointless and violent deaths. The X-Men are decimated and everything they accomplished in the other movies was all for nothing. Logan has to get his female clone to Canada. The clone is a child who loves to dismember and behead grown men. Just really gruesome stuff. There is not hope or joy in this movie at all. The character of Caliban is just there as a plot device so Donald Pierce can use him to track Logan and his creepy clone. And, lastly, the villains are really lackluster and a huge disappointment. The Reavers, X-24, and Dr. Zander Rice are all bland and forgettable villains--some of the worst I have ever seen in any X-Men movie. Zander Rice is particularly awful, being nothing more that a generic mad scientist villain. Just a sad way to close the final chapter on the X-Men--a dark future where all the characters we've loved are doomed.
Hugh Jackman's finest hour
The most downbeat of all the XMen movies but a good effort. From the beginning it is apparent Wolverine is not well, and Prof Xavier is fading. The glory days of the mutants are long gone, as are most of the mutants. It falls on Wolverine to save a kid, a mutant created by humans.

Hugh Jackman is superb, as is Patrick Stewart. The little girl who plays the young mutant does a great job too. The film is violent, graphically so. This movie is to the XMen franchise what 'MacCabe&Mrs Miller' was to the Western - a deconstruction of the genre.

One of the better XMen films certainly. Worth watching.
Over all pretty good of a movie!!!
It could had been better with the story line,but they did a pretty okay job with the daughter father relationship!!!Also how she saves her dad from everyone just doesn't make any sense for the fact that the father (wolverine)should always be the alpha and not lay on his back while his daughter fight's the battles for him!
Quite Disappointing
This film was quite disappointing. Given all the good reviews, word-of-mouth and presence in the IMDb TOP 250 I had high hopes for the script and entertainment value of this film.

I should have known better. It is a sequel and sequels suck normally. Moreover, since the crapfest that is Star Wars The Force Awakens entered the Top 250 the Top movies' list has become a laughing stock, I suppose.

Logan was not only convoluted, but also used the oldest trick in the Hollywood bag of tricks: add a baby to the mix. Yes, Logan is like The Cosby Show. Moreover, it made no sense whatsoever. This is Wolverine we are talking about and yet he is killed by someone impaling him and driving a stake through his body. Yes, he has been weakening! Regardless, fans of Logan should rest easy. It did well at the box office so the magical reboot/remake process will soon kick in with Disney and somehow they will bring it back.
Let the new game begin!
Logan is one of the warmest superhero movies I have seen. James Mangold, who is known for extracting some really heartwarming movies like CopLand (Sylvestor Stallone's finest performance), Girl,Interrupted (Angelina Jolie won an Oscar) & Walk The Line (Joaquin Phoenix and Reese Witherspoon give outstanding performances) and also thrillers like Identity (mind boggling thriller), 3:10 to Yuma (remake of a classic western) & Knight and Day (Tom Cruise all the way), makes a movie that possesses both these qualities in equal proportion. It seems that the 'blue potion' helps unleash the Wolverine out of Logan giving us one of the most dynamic characters in the Marvel series.

Logan is about this junkie cab driver whose past does not seem to let him go. The movie LOGAN shows us how sometimes even a super hero has to deal with his inner demon. The movie revolves around the impeccable character Wolverine and his undefined love for Professor X and the new mutant Laura (Dafne Keen). The chemistry between Hugh Jackman and Patrick Stewart is to die for making this superhero franchise a more human touch.  The movie in many parts is inspired by one of the classiest Western movie "SHANE" (A highly recommended movie by Chapter 8). Much like Shane, this movie also defines the untold duties of a man and his quest to differentiate between right and righteous. The new mutant played by Dafne Keen has risen hopes for all the fans and to look forward for the next X-Men movie.Hugh Jackman has really molded the character of Wolverine as per his convenience and it is difficult to see any other actor play this 'lone wolf'. The story focuses more on the next generation mutants who look out for Logan as the guiding force. The action sequences are spot on, and it is the claws that bring out the real wolf in Wolverine. The best part was the director's little references to X-Men comics and when the cross becomes the 'X' symbolizing X-Men at the end of the story.
If there was ever a comic book movie deemed worthy of perfect, Logan is it.
The word 'perfect' is very objective especially when it comes to film. While Logan may not be a perfect film, it is most certainly a perfect comic book film. It is a masterpiece of the most epic proportions and leaves us with a brilliant swan song for producer and star Hugh Jackman in his final outing as Wolverine. The film, directed brilliantly by James Mangold, is a two plus hour comic book fan's wet dream as we see the version of Wolverine every fan has wanted to see for nearly two decades. While many will be very sad to see Jackman step down from the role, he couldn't have picked a better or more satisfying film to end his cinematic legacy with.

The film takes place in 2029 and shows the world in shambles. Mutants are nearly extinct, water is scarce and the world is just an overall wasteland. This is where we find Logan. He is a limo driving cantankerous caretaker to an even more cantankerous Professor X, who is now suffering from dementia and seizures. He is a borderline alcoholic suffering from a mysterious illness that limits his mutant abilities. Due to this, he lives this quiet life until he meets a young girl who he feels he must protect. Without giving too much away, there is much more here than I can go into but I will say, if you are a fan of the Wolverine comics, this film will bring a tear to your eye. This is probably the most faithful adaptation of a comic book character EVER, Marvel and DC combined. The way the story goes, the way Logan behaves, the selflessness and the rage, this is an all around realized version of this character. While it may have taken a little longer than it should have, this film was worth the wait. James Mangold does a fantastic job at creating the world Logan knows now. This is more of a film like Mangold's 3:10 to Yuma. It is bleak, violent and absolutely heartbreaking. This is far from the PG-13 character we're used to. This is a foul mouthed, miserable and very VERY bloody rendition of the source material. This is a film very much like The Guantlet or Badlands, a crime thriller and on-the-road drama. It very much embodies the look and feel of a film from the mid-70s and it plays to this very well.

The performances in this film are amazing. Hugh Jackman's performance here is the best as the character and may be one of the best of his career. He is miserable and broken in this film and to see him like this as the character, it is bittersweet especially because Jackman has been so attached to this role. If he hurts, we hurt. If he's mad, we're mad. It is a true testament to Jackman as an actor to make his audience feel this connected to someone who is, by traditional standards, completely unrelateable. Boyd Holbrook brings a sinister performance to this and continues to build a very impressive resume. Holbrook is someone who you'll love to hate. The real standout performance here is from Dafne Keen who plays Laura. Without giving away any spoilers, she is BADASS in this film and even gives Logan a run for his money on the brutality.

Overall, Logan is a perfect comic book adaptation that is as heartbreaking as it is visually stunning. Mangold and Jackman create a special film with this that should be talked about for years to come. Believe the hype, Logan is a seriously amazing comic book film that just may be the best ever made and embodies the definition of a perfect adaptation.
The same old story line
You might have seen this movie before. Tired and sore Wolverine tries to hide from who he really is. This movie takes us into the future where Logan is more tired, sore and bitter. He drinks and winces from the pain. Then - the plot thickens - the bad guys come. Then Wolverine is asked to help someone and as always he says no and then he helps. Now guess what happens! Yup, bad guys come. Big fight, good guys get away and bad guys keep looking. Good guys meet innocent family and stay for dinner. But of course, the nice people are having difficulties with someone and Logan sends them a running. Classic Shane story line in all but 5 minutes. OK - now guess what happens. Yup - bad guys come. Big fight, people die and good guys get away. Then what happens? Yup - bad guys find good guys and we have a final big fight. And yes - good guys win - well sort off - in that all the bad guys are dead. How the heck did this film get 5/5 and 4/5 stars from my favourite critics. What movie where they watching? I am tired of the same old story line. This was a boring and predicable film. Nothing new here folks. Save your money and buys some tacos.
so much more than i expected
Being a huge X-Men fan, I really hoped this movie would be good and all of the trailers looked amazing, so I went into the cinema with impossibly high hopes, even preparing myself for tears. What I got, however, was an actual punch in the stomach and, like, an hour of crying. This movie exceeded every hope I ever had entering the cinema.

I'm actually having a hard time finding any negatives in this movie whatsoever. I wasn't particularly crazy about Dr Rice, but he's such a minor presence in this movie that I barely even noticed him. There are several villains in this movie, Dr Rice, Donald Pierce and X-24, but what I genuinely believe is going fairly unnoticed in all of the reviews I've read is Donald Pierce and Boyd Holbrook's portrayal of him. Honestly, I don't believe we've had such a good X-Men villain since Magneto, and that to me is really important now since we barely get any good villains in movies these days. Villains can be the most interesting part of a movie. I'm excited to watch Boyd's show "Narcos" now, and I plan on following his career from this moment on. X-24 is also a much better villain than I expected, serving as a sort of a shadow to Wolverine. Another highlight of the movie was Dafne Keen, the little girl that plays Laura. She is absolutely amazing, and I can't stress that enough.

I want to briefly discuss the R rating. Honestly, it adds so much to the movie, and it's amazing to finally see Wolverine cut loose, swearing and slicing people up, it's amazing. And there is a lot of blood and swearing in this movie, which just adds on to this gloomy, gritty feel that lingers over this entire film, further pushing the notion that the dream is dead, that this is the end of the X-Men. It's truly depressing seeing this world where all of your childhood heroes are dead. In a way, I'm almost angry with the creators for twisting the X-Men so out of what we're used to, and that's another thing that I sort of have a problem with, even though nothing really could have been done about it. I don't really feel like the message of this movie, to give up after so many years of fighting, to just kill off everything goofy and colorful about the X-Men and shatter all of our hopes is necessary in a time like this. I think that as goofy as they are, X- Men movies and superhero movies in general just need to do what they were created to do - to raise hope in people that things will get better if we all work together and that we can find a family no matter how different we are. That's an important part as to why X-Men were created in the first place, to show minorities that they're not alone. Now we have a movie that shows mutants, a minority already hated by most of the "normal" people being killed off by the government, and I really don't think that's the message that was needed right now. However, "Logan" is a typical example of the director giving the audience what they want (a nostalgic, gritty Wolverine road trip movie) instead of what they need. In this case, it absolutely works because everything is so masterfully crafted, the cinematography is beautiful, the performances are amazing (Patrick Stewart and Hugh Jackman should seriously be up for an Oscar), the action, gore and script are ridiculously good, there is a compelling villain and it managed to hit an emotional nerve for me. I can't even consider giving it a lower than perfect score.

I'm excited to see what Logan means for the superhero genre. It's definitely up there with the likes of "The Dark Knight". However, this movie can stand alone as something more than "just a superhero film", and as I've heard so many times before, superhero movies get old. It's time for a little change in the genre. While I can't say I'm particularly happy with the implied direction that the X-Men movies are taking after "Apocalypse" (even though the X-Men are my favorite superhero group ever, though people tend to forget all about comic books and animated series), I'm more than excited to see if they will ever again reach anything close to the masterpiece that is "Logan".
It's different, but that is it's only really good trait
Yes, it's very different from other superhero movies. Not just that it takes inspiration from classic westerns, but also showing superheros when they are out of control, in fear, vulnerable, just trying to get by, rather than "solving the world's problems".

But, otherwise, it doesn't have much going for it. Hugh Jackman tries, but his "Old Man Logan" is strange, somehow you don't feel his struggles. You see them, but you don't feel them. Patrick Stewart does a fine job of depicting an old and sick Professor X, but his story is rather undeveloped, so, again, you don't feel it. OTOH, the X-23 is going "full feminist rage", and at 11 is much better than Wolverine ever was - you obviously can only feel silly about that.

In trying to escape explaining too much, they went overboard. They explain way too little. What's wrong with Professor X and Wolverine? Is it the same as the other mutants or not? What happened to other mutants? I mean, there's this virus and that's it? Come on, there were some geniuses there, The Beast, Emma Frost, Professor X, Jean Grey - surely they figured out something was wrong and tried to fight it. OK, they lost, but we feel way too disconnected with them to make us feel for the ones left behind.

Looking at this movie at its own, it has the problem of many modern movies of loosing its "steam" near the end. Start is OK, hey, there's even a few jokes after the first clash. But, afterwards, while trying, it fails to provide real meaning to all of this. Things happen, so it's not boring, but, it doesn't feel real or meaningful - and the "party line" is that this should "feel real, unlike other superhero movies". One of the problems is there are no more funny moments, which is not real in general, and especially for Professor X and Wolverine, who both had their distinctive senses of humor.

So, it's an OK watch because it's a fresh, different take on a somewhat washed-up genre, but don't expect too much.
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