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Logan
(2017)
8.06
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Plot/Story

7.50

Characters

9.00

Acting

9.00

Cinematography

7.50

Production Design

7.00

Sound

6.50

Execution

9.50

Emotional Impact

8.50

Overview: 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.

Director: James Mangold

Release Date: 2017-02-28

Genres: Action Drama Science Fiction


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This by far is the best superhero movie to date mainly because it hits several emotional aspects which the other movies do not. Logan is in a class of its own. Snikt Snikt! Grrrraaaahhhhhh!

By : Love Love | Date : 2 years ago




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Logan may star Wolverine and Professor X, but this feels nothing like an X-Men movie. Right away, Logan earns its R Rating with a strong amount of blood and gore; it's not over the top and obnoxious, but the blood and gore are leveled up to match the stronger violence level. Wolverine is slicing hands off and X-23 is matching him beat for beat. The story itself isn't really anything new and I wish there was more plot, but it makes for a solid send-off to a few longstanding characters. To be fair, I love the X-Men movies, possibly more than the Avengers movies, so Logan starts off on a higher pedestal and it earns its keep. I hated the score, but the action is great and I believed the chemistry between Xavier, Wolverine, and X-23. For the most part, the story is fine, but there are some unnecessary scenes that would have been better spots for more plot development and the ending is super unsatisfying and we are left about twenty minutes short of where I'd have assumed we'd go. The movie just sort of ends. We've reached a conclusion of the main plot, but we don't really finish the story. In a world where Disney doesn't destroy everything that it touches, I could see Logan as a strong jumping off point for a new breed of super-hero movies. Instead, we have strong coda to some of my favorite characters with so much left untapped.

By : Greg Mueller | Date : 3 months ago