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Logan (2017)

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Critic Consensus: Hugh Jackman makes the most of his final outing as Wolverine with a gritty, nuanced performance in a violent but surprisingly thoughtful superhero action film that defies genre conventions.

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It's 2029. Mutants are gone--or very nearly so. An isolated, despondent Logan is drinking his days away in a hideout on a remote stretch of the Mexican border, picking up petty cash as a driver for hire. His companions in exile are the outcast Caliban and an ailing Professor X, whose singular mind is plagued by worsening seizures. But Logan's attempts to hide from the world and his legacy abruptly end when a mysterious woman appears with an urgent request--that Logan shepherd an extraordinary young girl to safety. Soon, the claws come out as Logan must face off against dark forces and a villain from his own past on a live-or-die mission, one that will set the time-worn warrior on a path toward fulfilling his destiny.

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Cast

Patrick Stewart
as Charles Xavier / Professor X
Eriq La Salle
as Will Munson
Elise Neal
as Kathryn Munson
Quincy Fouse
as Nate Munson
Al Coronel
as Federal Commander
Frank Gallegos
as Federale Lieutenant
Daniel Bernhardt
as Bone Breaker
Ryan Sturz
as Pretty Boy
Luke Hawx
as Reaver
Maureen Brennan
as Motel Manager
Parker Lovein
as Lizard Boy
Jimmy Gonzales
as Mexican Staff Member
Dave Davis
as Convenience Store Clerk
Mark Ashworth
as Bartender
James Handy
as Old Doctor
Bryce Romero
as Prom Teen #1
Phi Vu
as Prom Teen #2
Chester Rushing
as Prom Teen #3
David E. Simpson
as Prom Teen #4
Lauren Gros
as Bridesmaid
Vanessa Cloke
as Mourning Widow
Katie Anne Mitchell
as Infirmary Nurse
Lara Grice
as Car Dealer
Ned Yousef
as Banger
Toby Holguin
as Federale
Robert Wu
as Federale
Han Soto
as Valet
Rissa Kilar
as Pine Cone Girl
Aidan Kennedy
as Mutant Child
Nayah Murphy
as Mutant Child
Chase Cubia
as Mutant Child
Emma Teo
as Mutant Child
Vincenzo Lucatorto
as Mutant Child
Noell Jellison
as Mutant Child
Kelton DuMont
as Glowing Eyes Boy
Damon Carney
as Jackson's Henchman
Cynthia Woods
as Screaming Casino Woman
Mali O'Connor
as Bumpy Skinned Kid
Robert Vargas
as Border Guard
David Paris
as Helicopter Pilot
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Critic Reviews for Logan

All Critics (290) | Top Critics (51)

Make no mistake, Logan earns its tears. If Jackman and Stewart are serious about this being their mutual X-Men swan song, they could not have crafted a more heartfelt valedictory.

March 9, 2017 | Rating: 3.5/4 | Full Review…

Jackman and Stewart are why Logan works-why the film doesn't feel like a cheap exercise in bloody violence, and its subversion of typical superhero-movie tropes feels organic.

March 8, 2017 | Full Review…

Another expensive throwaway aimed at milking money out of people who still read comic books. Color it stupid.

March 8, 2017 | Rating: 1/4 | Full Review…

Strips away the spandex, the posse and the chaos, distilling the story down to the essence of the man, Logan. What's left is the agony and the ecstasy of mutanthood.

March 6, 2017 | Rating: 3.5/4 | Full Review…

Jackman gives Logan a withering rage that seems heartfelt, not hammy; Stewart is touching in his enraged befuddlement; and Keen, who resembles here what Katie Holmes might look like if she were Carrie, has a feral intensity.

March 3, 2017 | Rating: B- | Full Review…

[Director] Mangold drags [Wolverine] - much older, if not much wiser - into a Western, and ends up with the best superhero movie in recent memory.

March 3, 2017 | Rating: 3/5 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Logan

Logan sees tremendous success by countering what has become expected of the genre that is Hollywood Superhero films. It's more of a Western than anything, with it's desolate setting filled with gritty and nuanced performances. Even the abundance of razor claw action never feels manufactured on the backdrop of monochromatic realism. Yet, there's just enough style to make you shiver as he guts goons left and right. Effective use of themes in legacy, family and belonging takes Jackman's trademark character through one last journey of self discovery. It prudently sheds ties with the franchise's previous failures and comes to it's own but still stumbles a bit into unsavory tropes with it's "big bad" villains. Still, a well conceived send off for the Wolverine, may he rest in peace!

Drake Tsui
Drake Tsui

Super Reviewer

½

Whilst this film is set after Days of future past and deep in the future where Loganberry has lost his purpose and is simply waiting to die. For me, I don't understand why the critical acclaim, I felt it was more a futuristic version of the last two Wolverine movies where you see Logan down and out before being inspired on a journey of redemption and making good of his abilities. I found it to be dull and way to long to keep my attention. Offers nothing thay we havent seen before to the franchise.

Film Crazy
Film Crazy

Super Reviewer

½

I'm going to blame this one squarely on the writer/director. Among the best of the superhero films, and damn fine all by its lonesome, this work oozes nuance and subtlety, discretion and well, direction. The actors, like pigs in shit, seem overjoyed to be onboard and in capable hands. Respect for what has gone before even while stepping onward ... a fan's delight. Kudos, deservedly, for all involved. But the blame goes mainly to the writer/director!

Kevin M. Williams
Kevin M. Williams

Super Reviewer

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