Logan

8.2 IMDb
17 February 2017 Release
$ 97 000 000 Budget
137 min Duration
Genres:Action, Drama, Sci-Fi
Year:2017
Countries:Canada, Australia, USA
Director:James Mangold
Writers:James Mangold, Scott Frank
28 Votes
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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 remaining powers to good use. It would appear that in the near-future, the times in which they were able put the world to rights with razor sharp claws and telepathic powers are now over.

Movie Comments

  1. michaelbozas, 1 month ago
    I though that this movie was going to be good and boy it was. It might be the best film marvel has ever made. From the cinematography, to the acting, the action and the script they are all top notch. This is an emotional ride that will make ever men cry. All the characters are fleshed out, especially the trio. I am of course talking about Logan, Charles Xavier and Laura(X-23). They all have their moments in this rated r flick and thank god it's rated R cause there are some really satisfying brutal scenes her. If this is Hugh Jackman's last portray of the character he surely went out with bang. This is obviously my favorite film in the X-men universe and would surely recommend it to everyone.
  2. sirwillisiv, 4 weeks ago
    The chemistry between Logan and the girl isn't particularly strong, but I still think Logan is the best X-Men film to date as well as the redeeming standalone Wolverine film. Intense, ultra-violent, depressing, and doesn't cop out with cartoonish villains and fight sequences. It's a raw and ultimately fitting exit for the character.
  3. Neeraj sify, 3 weeks ago
    From the first moment Johnny Cash's mournful voice graced that terrific trailer, there was a sense that Hugh Jackman and director James Mangold were not going to play by the rules anymore. For Jackman, it was his ninth time playing Wolverine, and for Mangold, it is another shot to perfect what he almost achieved in 2013, when he sent Logan to Japan.

    For both of them however, it was now or never. Jackman's missed no opportunity to tell everyone that this would be his last time playing the Wolverine, the character that defined his career, and would probably continue to define him for the rest of his life. Perhaps it was this pressure to do well, to erase bad memories (hopefully, after this, X-Men Origins will be forgotten), or perhaps it was the freedom afforded to it by the success of Deadpool, but Logan is unlike any superhero film you have seen. Like that Cash song, it is minimalistic, meditative, melancholy, and has nothing to lose anymore. We've seen him go through hell, we've seen him watch on as everyone he loves dies, and all he can do is keep living. All Wolverine can do is keep fighting. But what for?

    The reason comes in the form of a girl, no older than 10.

    When we catch up with Logan, grizzled, visibly older, the scars on his body like haunting memories of the past, it is 2029. No mutants have been born in the last 20 years. They've become folktales, legends passed on in comic books, and perhaps even movies. Logan scrapes a living driving a limo near the US-Mexico border. The little money he makes goes into buying medicine for his friend Charles, Professor X. They live in the desert, away from everyone else, together, like they have been for so many years. They're all they have in this world.

    And then, Laura arrives. She's a lot like him, Charles tells Logan. She's a mutant. The first one to come along in decades. And she's the only hope they have. It is rumoured that thousands of miles away, in North Dakota, there is a safe haven for others like her, like them. That is where they must take her, away from the bad men.They do the only thing they can. In a subtle homage to the first X-Men movie, Logan takes the girl under his wing. They steal a car, grab some snacks, and take to the road.

    It is said that the superhero movie will soon go the way of the movie Western (not by me, but by better minds, like Spielberg and Lucas), how it has arrived at a saturation point, how the six-shooters and cowboy hats made way for spandex and force fields as they journeyed towards their final destination. For an uncommonly grim film which would much rather contemplate mortality than gleefully demolish a city, the idea of Logan reviving a dying genre – two dying genres – is almost poetic.

    There is only one way to push this genre forward, to prevent it from becoming obsolete. And that is to deconstruct it, to rip off all the excess CGI, all the capes and cowls, and exhume the essence of what makes these movies so great. Logan does that. And then it does it again.

    It takes cues from classics like Children of Men, The Wrestler, and even the great video game The Last of Us. It is uncompromising in its brutality and fearless in its reverence of these iconic characters. It's a testament to the power of storytelling, and what creative freedom can produce.

    Logan's cinematic journey began 17 years ago in a forest. He was making money fighting in cages. A young girl saved him then, she showed him what it was like to have a family, what it felt like to be good. In Logan, it takes another girl to show him who he really is, to remind him that his life was worth something.

    It is the perfect swansong he could've got.
  4. bipingaur, 3 weeks ago
    This movie is another in the line of movies which are well made, but, have no soul and are full of plot holes. Like B V S etc. I hated how Hugh looks in this movie, same goes for Patrick. I hated so much violence committed by a 10 - 12 year old girl. I guess I just hate movies that are described as 'gritty', 'poignant', 'cerebral' and oh'cult'. Why did anyone like this is beyond me, it was a torture for me from start to end.