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In the near future, a weary Logan cares for an ailing Professor X in a hide out on the Mexican border. But Logan's attempts to hide from the world and his legacy are up-ended when a young mutant arrives, being pursued by dark forces.
ActorsStarring: Hugh Jackman, Patrick Stewart, Dafne Keen, Boyd Holbrook, Stephen Merchant, Elizabeth Rodriguez, Richard E. Grant, Eriq La Salle, Elise Neal, Quincy Fouse, Reynaldo Gallegos, Krzysztof Soszynski, Stephen Dunlevy, Jayson Genao, Hannah Westerfield, Bryant Tardy, Ashlyn Casalegno, Alison Fernandez, Lennie Loftin, Doris Morgado, Salef Celiz, David Kallaway, Han Soto, Frank Gallegos, James Moses Black, Dave Davis, Julia Holt, Lauren Gros, Juan Gaspard, Lara Grice, Lizeth Hutchings, Mary Peyton Stewart, Mark Ashworth, Justin Lebrun, Christopher Heskey, Jaden Francis, Michael Love Toliver, Katie Anne Mitchell, Rebecca Chulew, Ted Ferguson, Michael J. Bradford, Erica Austin, Edgar Leza, Daymond C. Roman, Gregory Paul Valdez
Critic Reviews About Logan
Doesn’t try to be a shoot-the-works, how-crazy-are-his-powers grand finale. It’s a scruffy dystopian road Western that takes its time in a way that most slam-bang superhero movies don’t.
Logan is good enough that you might forget it’s a comic-book movie.
X-Men movie franchise connections aside, Logan is a grisly and somber character drama that sends off Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine on a high note.
The movie equivalent to Frank Miller’s renowned comic book The Dark Knight Returns, this entry in the X-Men series is amazingly moving and grown-up, elevating the superhero genre to new heights.
Jeffrey M. Anderson
Common Sense Media
It’s a movie for those who, in the 17 years since the first “X-Men” film arrived, have grown up, and are ready for a stiff , unwatered-down drink.
It opts for something different, and it largely works, giving Jackman a worthy final chapter to hang his claws on.
Logan is, in short, frustrating. It’s painfully bloody and oddly beautiful, insanely profane and strangely spiritual.
It’s adult in more ways than one.
The best Wolverine movie yet: grown-up, ballsy, character-driven and grounded. It feels right that it should be the last one, but it also feels a bit of a shame.
If this is the superhero movie that most accurately evokes how we live now, we’re in even more trouble than I thought.