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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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Great Movie !
I always loved Wolverine and appreciated as his final curtain, the story was treated well within his character. New blood and excellent young actress. I look forward to the sequels for it will draw an all new audience. I will definitely follow this series to see what develops. I hope it can stay interesting and continue to evolve.
Mess of a Movie
Movie started well but everything goes downhill after 10 mins.

- Its year 2029 in movie but everything looks & feel like a bad 80's porn movie.

- We see the cute/mute kid as well as Logan killing in various ways inspired from again bad 80's low budget horror movies.

- Every technology shown is outdated, with so much background knowledge about Mutants capabilities even a stupid set of goons will have some kind of machines/trap/medicines to catch them.However all we see is a bunch of highly trained and sophisticated set of military grade soldiers standing on both sides or in circle so either the cute/mute kid OR Logan can run with blades and cut them while they fall like Nine Pins. Seems both the Logan's play 'Fruit Ninja' in their spare time.

- Rampant & sadistic killings and constant sour-puss mood to show characters are serious however i bet in their mind they are thinking how to end this insufferable mess ASAP.

- No logic or sense, these 2 mutants can kill a dozen of bad guys in initial half.However in the end fight when they are reunited with other bunch of mutants they run around like a bunch of sissies. As per their powers they should have made a cake of them.

- There are many more loopholes and Doh! moments in this movie that i do not even want to waste anyone's time reading this review anymore.

Note: Be Careful - You will feel like running around and smashing popcorn on people's face around you in theater at the end of movie.
Great Action, Terrible Plot
It's apparent that major studios are bankrupt in the creative department and thus necessitated the need to create an ending to the Wolverine as a crippling old man who can barely help a child and obviously unable to take care of old man Xavier.

The script, plot, and overall story structure is one drawn-out Shakespearian tragedy all the good guys die for a vague and generally unknown outcome and ends up utterly flat on its face.

This film is in contradiction to the Wolverine character who's top ability isn't his talent for rapid healing, but his ability to survive.

The studios have once again failed to deliver a well developed story and instead delivered a rushed and poorly thought out scheme to get fans at the box office through the appeal of "realism" and "rough" language and violence.

Hollywood needs to get their act together otherwise this train wreck of an industry will continue to slide into irrelevant obscurity that is ever present in this movie.
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.
I look at "Logan" as the "Alien 3" of the X-Men franchise. It basically gives a gigantic middle finger to everything that came before it. It destroys everything the movie that proceeded it ("Days of Future Past") accomplished. In "DOFP", all of mutant kind are about to be destroyed, but by the heroic actions of Logan himself, they survive. Then, according to the film "Logan", they all get killed off a few years later anyways. It has been said that one of the big themes of "Logan" was disappointment. I agree. I was very disappointed in this film.

"Logan" is annoyingly low on information. We are thrown into this terribly depressing future without a whole lot of explaining as to how we got here. As I watched, I kept waiting for a scene where things were laid down for the audience. It never came. The best we got were a few vague references here and there. There was something called "The Westchester Incident", but the reference was so fleeting that I barely caught it. There was also another part near the end where the main villain claims that he had something to do with the lack of new mutants being born and that he is Striker's son? I think? It wasn't very clear plus the dude's last name wasn't actually Striker, which further confused the issue. Later on, I hopped online and had a few things clarified (such as the "Westchester Incident"), but why weren't they clearer in the film in the first place?

Another issue I have with this film is how it treats the deaths of its two main characters. First, with Xavier, he is stabbed unceremoniously by a clone of Logan about two-thirds the way through the movie. There are no heroics in this death, no greater purpose, no meaning. He's just stabbed and then dies. What a disservice to such an incredible and important character to this franchise.

Then there is Logan's death. Logan is impaled by a chunk of wood from a dead tree. The dude literally has a skeleton made out of adamantium, which is the world's most indestructible metal, but yet wood cuts right through it. What? Now, we are shown through the film that Logan is sick and his ability to heal is getting worse, but that shouldn't affect his crazy metal ribcage! They even go to great lengths to explain that the only thing that can really kill him is an adamantium bullet, but in the end a hunk of wood does just as well.

Then there is the "R" rating. Once again, if this were a true stand-alone movie and not part of a larger narrative, I'd mostly be OK with it. But of course it isn't. Everything that we got with the "R" rating was unnecessary. What we got was far more blood and gore (there was more than one decapitation), a dump truck full of f-bombs and even one scene where a woman in a bridal shower flashed her boobs. All of this could have been edited out and the film would have been fine.

Don't get me wrong, I am no prude. I've seen plenty of violent movies, heard plenty of f- bombs and seen plenty of nakedness on film. I'm fine with it, but it has to be there for a good reason. I didn't see a whole lot of good reason here. What really did it for me, though, was seeing a 10-11 year old girl running around slashing off people's body parts. That got to be a bit much for my taste and I began to wonder for whom that kind of stuff didn't bother? Once again, does our society have a bit of a violence fetish, one that has gotten so bad that watching children tear people to shreds is OK?

I think the reason for the rating has more to do with a popular trend in movies (especially comic book movies) nowadays than it does with serving this particular story. With the success of "Deadpool" last year, film studios realized that an R-rated super hero film is not only possible, but profitable. But as Malcolm hinted at in the movie "Jurassic Park", just because you CAN do a thing doesn't mean that you SHOULD. For "Deadpool" it works. You can't do "Deadpool" without all that R-rated stuff. That is who "Deadpool" is and that's fine. With Wolverine, however, he's already been established throughout the previous 8 X-Men films. All of these R-rated "upgrades" now don't make a whole lot of sense.

When I read positive reviews for this film, the main point that is made is how good the dramatic performances are, especially from the two leads, Patrick Stewart and Hugh Jackman. In this case, I completely agree. They did a fantastic job. Even the little girl was amazing, I thought. That can be quite a rarity when you think about how hit and miss child actors are. However, even though most of the performances here are top notch, great performances do not a great film make. If the story sucks, what does it matter?

It is hard for me to imagine why Patrick Stewart or Hugh Jackman would be excited to work on a project like "Logan" once they read the script. Were they excited to basically negate all of the great work they did (and others did) in the previous X-Men films? They, better than anyone else, should understand what this whole series has been about since the beginning. Yes, "Logan" is unique and absolutely gave these actors something different to do with their characters. And yes, they gave stellar performances. However, there needs to be at least a little bit of respect for the source material (and its fans) than this. Much like the season premier of "The Walking Dead" this past fall, this seemed more like a kick in the pants for viewers than anything else.
Notice the positive reviews of this and every other XMen/Wolverine movie. They all claim "masterpiece", "the best superhero movie eveeeeeeeeeeeer", and "this is how you make a superhero movie". The positive reviews are canned, scripted, generated by publicists. This movie wants to be Terminator. It even uses similar music as the perfect killing machine stalks a little girl protected by the imperfect killing machine. Like other Boreverine movies, this one takes away Wolverine's healing because the writers don't know how to handle it. The Wolverine from the comic books is weakened and supposedly humanized. But what's left is a Wolverine bereft of what makes him super and bereft of all emotion. Can we get a superhero movie that's about a hero?
Logan is everything you wanted it to be and more
Logan is the 2017 movie everyone has been anticipating after two great trailers and a R rating it delivers a surprising amount of heart to characters we have grown to love and know and also balancing a surprising amount of action within the first and third act climax, its violent but not blood for blood sake every cut is with reason.

Logan presents us with Logan (Wolverine), Professor X and Laura (X-23) and by definition its an escort mission involving X-23 but shes more capable than Logan and Professor X thinks and shes able to fend for herself. Logan is old and a grizzled shadow of what he once was and by going on this mission he unlocks some of the old wolverine inside of him and we see bursts of that throughout the movie, Logan also begins to realize things about himself through the vision of this little girl because they have striking similarities.

Every scene in this film feels necessary from the character development to the humor and action nothing is forced everything comes off natural which is a breath of fresh air and I was very pleased with it, I believe that this movie will be very well received by fans as it treats its characters with such care and embarks on an emotional and satisfying conclusion to Hugh Jackmans Logan (Wolverine).
WORST MARVEL EVER!! Pure disgrace to Marvel fans
This has been the worst Marvel that anyone could have ever thought about making. To top it off, it had to be over 2 hours.. so your sitting thinking its going to get better! Its got to get better right? Come on.. Its Marvel, it cant be that bad. But no.. till the last minute, completely awful slow scenes that has no relations to any Marvel theme or story. If I could sue the producers for wasting my time and destroying the Marvel image, I completely would!!@
Needed more details but still solid , very entertaining and enjoyable
Logan is a proper continuation of the X-men Franchise .. The most admirable thing is the Acting ,, Hugh Jackman's performance is OUTSTANDING as well as Dafne Keen ( Laura ) .. The story is good and the music is really nice

Though , The movie needed some more explanations for some vague incidents like the Westchester's , how or why he became so vulnerable and what happened to Dr.Xavier ( disease or just aging ) .. You can make guesses or just bypass that and go on i know but I think it would be better if they mentioned some details of those things

Another thing , I'd have liked to watch the kids fighting more than running at the end of the movie especially as it was stated that they were trained to be killers in special facility where they hadn't left ever ,, I know they're kids but C'mon they do have amazing superpowers , don't they ?! :D

Overall , The movie is entertaining and enjoyable really that you can't feel the time but not reaching the level of my high expectations I made when I heard it's the best part of the series

Very good but not a masterpiece
A worthy, respectable finale to a storied franchise
Marvel's 'X-Men' universe has come a long way since its debut on the silver screen back in 2000. 17 years later, audiences get to experience 'Logan,' the final chapter in the franchise as we know it.

In 'Logan,' we have a much darker, grittier story in which Logan/Wolverine (Hugh Jackman) is faced with helping a young mutant (Dafne Keen) escape the anti-mutant strongholds of Mexico and the USA to Canada. In this sense, the film should not be considered a traditional superhero story, but instead a violent drama. There is much more of an emphasis on character development and dialogue as opposed to special effects and cheesy one-liners, as we see how the physical and emotional wear-and-tear that Logan has experienced over the years has finally taken its toll on him.

In addition to Jackman and Keen, we get to see strong performances from Patrick Stewart reprising his role as the venerable Professor Charles Xavier and Boyd Holbrook as the bounty hunter Pierce. This core cast is enough of a foundation on which to build the rest of the film, and is a better way to create a more meaningful film compared with stretching screen time too thin in previous 'X-Men' offerings.

There are also a few themes that are explored through 'Logan,' including perseverance, sacrifice and faith, which elevates the impact that the film has on audiences. Through all of these, it's really the metamorphosis that Logan undergoes as an individual based on the challenges he confronts that really puts an accent mark on the film.

While it's bittersweet to see this franchise likely end, 'Logan' is a worthy, respectable finale that does enough to satisfy fans.
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