Logan (2017)

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Directed By James Mangold James Mangold Starring Hugh Jackman Hugh Jackman  •  Patrick Stewart Patrick Stewart  •  Boyd Holbrook Boyd Holbrook  •  Dafne Keen Dafne Keen  •  Stephen Merchant Stephen Merchant Genres Action  •  Based-on-Comics  •  Cyborg / Android / Robot  •  Road Movie  •  Sci-Fi Action  •  Science Fiction  •  Superhero Film Studios &
X-Men  •  Marvel Comics  •  MTV Movie Award for Best Movie Nominated
Other Titles Logan Noir [United States]  •  Logan: Wolverine [Poland] Release Info 2017-02-17T00:00:00Z February 17, 2017
Color  •  135 minutes R Rated R
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Koroy on 3/4/2017 Reply  · 

Long time wolverine fan. Hugh Jackman gives his best performance till date as wolverine in Logan. Shit this movie is bad ass from start to end. Well deserved R rating. One of the best x men and CBM in general. Gonna have to rewatch it again.

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JRM on 3/4/2017 Reply  · 

Among the top 5 greatest superhero movies ever.

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butthorn on 3/4/2017 Reply  · 

I normally don't give 2 shits about most superhero movies but I got dragged to this and haven't been so thoroughly entertained in some time. Guess I gotta go back and watch some superhero movies now. Good old-fashioned face-slicing fun.

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Zebula77 on 3/10/2017 Reply  · 

Jackman and Stewart give career best performances here. Strong script, nasty action scenes and plenty of heart. Loved it. 8/10

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johnmason on 3/13/2017 Reply  · 

As of right now, I prefer The Wolverine, though I have not seen it since the theater. Logan was, of course, excellently made, with tremendous performances, but I found the amped-up R-rated violence contributed to an oppressively bleak tone that turned me off. It is an excellent movie, it's just not going to be my favorite X-Men movie.

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JC13 on 3/17/2017 Reply  · 

A bit disappointing for me, but I did like it.

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SlackerInc on 3/23/2017 Reply  · 

Yeah, I was expecting more too. There were some really cool parts, but the villains were a little bit cardboard, and there were some dumb, inexplicable moments.

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topichtennis on 5/31/2017 Reply  · 

I enjoyed it until the end of the second act. Then it started to get a bit schlocky. They turned what could have been a great 90 minute movie, into an average 2 hour movie.

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Eagleskywalker87 on 6/22/2017 Reply  · 

The greatest comic book movie ever! I judge superhero movies as how they're written and directed as films and how emotionally compelling their stories and themes are. I love The Dark Knight because it's a great crime drama with psychological layers and I love Spider-Man 2 because it's a great character piece. Logan mixes what I want from a superhero movie with the emotional high I want on a FILM! The characters are very well written and vulnerable. Logan and Charles aren't unstoppable machines, they're human beings(ish) who can be knocked down, face problems and tormented by their pasts. Jackson gives his best performances of his career (and that hurts me as a massive fan of The Prestige!). Lara has a great debut, also. Usually, in comic book films I complain about the villains but Logan has a great lead up of villains who aren't just brilliantly brought to life by their actors but have motivations and menace to them.
There's a lot of symbolism. X-24 is a metaphor of Logan's past coming back to haunt him and, in the end, it gets the better of him. The family they stay at is a metaphor for the normal life the characters wanted. The western (Shane, I think it was) Charles and Lara were watching in the hotel is used as a metaphor to what the film is about. Love, lost and family. What other superhero film uses as much symbolism as Logan? The themes about family and looking back on our life when it's almost over are extremely powerful, also.
And you can't talk about Logan without mentioning how incredibly well made it is. You could take any frame of this film and use it as your wallpaper. I love Logan because it goes back to that gritty style of filmmaking that has been lost in recent times. Nothing's clean, nothing's perfect and nothing's shot on the green screen! The action is masterful! There's blood and grit. The camerawork and editing is beautiful. It feels so realistic that I brought into the unrealism of it all and it seemed real. Most of all, there's tension and stakes because of the masterful storytelling. 10/10

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Tartaruzthegreat on 4/6/2018 Reply  · 

10/10 Among the great five: Iron Man, The Dark Knight, The Winter Soldier and The Incredibles (maybe unbreakable if you consider that a superhero film)

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TheFireRises on 7/4/2020 Reply  · 

One of the most overrated films of all time!

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PiccoloKing on 6/25/2021 Reply  · 

True dat.

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Crapbaskets123 on 9/6/2022 Reply  · 

Absolutely not

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noobpb17 on 6/7/2022 Reply  · 

one of the finest r-rated comic book movies

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JimmyMcGill on 8/27/2022 Reply  · 

There are no punchy jokes or one-liners. There are no colorful, larger than life characters. Mangold’s tone remains intensely serious and his characters are broken and struggling.

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