In the near future, a weary Logan cares for an ailing Professor X in a hideout on the Mexican border. But Logan's attempts to hide from the world and his legacy are upended when a young mutant arrives, pursued by dark forces.
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Funny, strange, confrontational and subversive, this is one of the most interesting experiences you'll have at the cinema this year.
By the time the dramatic fireworks start popping off, each one feels earned.
The film never slows down or bores, plunging from one harrowing sequence to the next.
This is a cinematic masterpiece. James brought us something special; a superhero movie that focuses mainly on chemistry and connection than generic, overused action. Dafne Keen stole this movie: badass scenes, interesting back story, and amazing acting. Hugh Jackman and Patrick Stewart's characters aging and suffering from deep depression was something I never knew a superhero movie can execute. All around fantastic, ties with the dark knight.
Being completely honest here, this is the only movie within the X-Men film series (besides the two Deadpool films) I have seen. Yet, watching it only knowing Wolverine/Logan and Charles Xavier in a weaker, older, more vulnerable state didn't end up being a problem for me. Hugh Jackman and Patrick Stewart, although their send-offs for their beloved characters were incredibly sad; they put all of their heart into giving dedicated X-Men fans and casual movie goers alike, gripping final performances. Dafne Keen's portrayal of Laura deserves special recognition as for most of the film she is silent, with the occasional grunts and yells that come from fighting. Although, seeing a child be so violent on screen may be disheartening to some, Dafne Keen showed she was a force to be reckoned with as she proves she can keep up, if not out pace the much older Logan in all of their fights. Keen showed strength, resilience, heartbreak, and even a little humor as Laura. If the X-Men films continue with a spinoff of her and the newer mutants, it's safe to say that Jackman and Stewart have left the films in very good hands.
I haven't been a huge fan of any of the xmen franchise but really enjoyed Logan. His tough appeal is real and gritty with such a beautiful ending.
Best Super hero movie I have ever seen! Logan deserves Oscar for best Super Hero Movie Award! And want Hugh Jackman to come in Avengers 4