Logan

Logan

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Logan

Hugh Jackman, Patrick Stewart and James Mangold (director of 2013's The Wolverine) are back for the third Wolverine, featuring an older, more broken, Logan than we've seen to date.

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.

2017Rating: R16, Graphic violence, offensive language & cruelty137 minsUSA
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Variety

Variety

press

The analog pace and elemental story work for it. Each time the violence explodes, it's slashingly satisfying, because it's earned, and also because Mangold knows just how to stage it.

0
Total Film

Total Film

press

Full of juicy surprises. But what impresses most is how, for once, this is a comic-book film that has the guts to wrap things up.

4.0
0
The Guardian

The Guardian

press

A forthright, muscular movie which preserves the X-Men's strange, exotic idealism.

0
Little White Lies

Little White Lies

press

Jackman clearly adores the character, and he embraces the chance to essentially reinvent the mutton-chopped slayer for one final hurrah. It's strange to think that this might stand as one of his greatest performances, but so it goes.

4.0
0
Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

Seamlessly melding Marvel mythology with Western mythology, James Mangold has crafted an affectingly stripped-down standalone feature, one that draws its strength from Hugh Jackman's nuanced turn as a reluctant, all but dissipated hero.

0
FilmInk

FilmInk

press

Not just a great superhero film, it's a great film, period.

0
Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

press

When it comes to playing a properly magnetic anti-hero with a gruff '70s-cinema exterior and a dark reservoir of inner depth, Jackman really is the best at what he does.

4.0
0

Definitely an awesome ride, full on and thrilling from start to end with some real emotion mixed in there too. I enjoyed all of it really, I think it was done pretty much as well as it could have been. Definitely the best superhero movie I've seen full stop.

5.0
0

Entertaining, dark and poignant.

4.0
0

Logan is not only a phenomenal entry into the X-Men universe but an all-around amazing film. It's a film that defies what we have come to expect in the super-hero sub-genre, in the best way possible. Its three leads: Hugh Jackman, Patrick Stewart, and Dafne Keen are all outstanding and give the film its emotional weight. It has a plot that is rich in themes...

5.0
0

I've watched the X Men films and their spin offs but I must say I'm not that invested in the franchise, it is definitely a sharp departure from those other films, harsher and grittier with a body count to rival John Wick. I'm guessing this is a step in another direction for the franchise, a retirement of sorts for the old characters for to usher in the new,...

4.0
0

Logan seems to offer the most faithful rendition of X-Men's Wolverine, if the response of its comic book fanbase was anything to go by. Hugh Jackman delivers peak rage levels and the film is bloody and laced with a good measure of profanity - an R16 rating well earned, though it's surprising that the rating wasn't stricter. Comparisons have already been...

4.0
0

This film is beautifully made with tough and at times excruciating action. But the story is tangible, a tale of each man. We all love the super heros a bit because they seem immortal. This I'd a film about the mortality of these heros. Very worth seeing. The action with the young girl is amazing, and the actors are showing their skills big time.

5.0
0

Dark, gritty, with a western feel to it, Logan is as grounded as a superhero movie can get. Limited use of over the top superpowers, and a limited cast, we are given an emotional ending to Hugh Jackman's 17 year career as Wolverine. Perfect casting, and although admittedly the villains were lacklustre, Jackman and Stewart provided Oscar worthy performances...

5.0
0

With Logan you get a bit of everything, it’s hybrid mix of a road trip movie with some elements of a western and let’s not forget the superhero side of it. With Logan being the last portrayal of Hugh Jackman as Logan and Patrick Stewart as Professor X, it is a bittersweet ending to a legacy that will not be forgotten.

4.0
0

Logan was really great. Hugh Jackman is perfect as Wolverine and I couldn't see any other actor playing the character as good as he did. Not that you didn't already know that. The action is bloody and visceral. Logan and X-23 slashing enemies and chopping off heads and limbs is beautiful. This is the most unique superhero film I've seen in quite sometime....

4.0
0

In what may be Hugh Jackman’s final donning of the iconic adamantium claws, James Mangold’s Logan marks the ultimate chapter in the stand-alone wolverine trilogy. Having played Wolverine for an astounding 17 years, the character fits Hugh Jackman like a knuckle-less glove. However, that is as good as it is bad – the character hasn’t progressed, he’s just...

2.0
0
Variety

Variety

press

The analog pace and elemental story work for it. Each time the violence explodes, it's slashingly satisfying, because it's earned, and also because Mangold knows just how to stage it.

0
Total Film

Total Film

press

Full of juicy surprises. But what impresses most is how, for once, this is a comic-book film that has the guts to wrap things up.

4.0
0
The Guardian

The Guardian

press

A forthright, muscular movie which preserves the X-Men's strange, exotic idealism.

0
Little White Lies

Little White Lies

press

Jackman clearly adores the character, and he embraces the chance to essentially reinvent the mutton-chopped slayer for one final hurrah. It's strange to think that this might stand as one of his greatest performances, but so it goes.

4.0
0
Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

Seamlessly melding Marvel mythology with Western mythology, James Mangold has crafted an affectingly stripped-down standalone feature, one that draws its strength from Hugh Jackman's nuanced turn as a reluctant, all but dissipated hero.

0
FilmInk

FilmInk

press

Not just a great superhero film, it's a great film, period.

0
Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

press

When it comes to playing a properly magnetic anti-hero with a gruff '70s-cinema exterior and a dark reservoir of inner depth, Jackman really is the best at what he does.

4.0
0

Definitely an awesome ride, full on and thrilling from start to end with some real emotion mixed in there too. I enjoyed all of it really, I think it was done pretty much as well as it could have been. Definitely the best superhero movie I've seen full stop.

5.0
0

Entertaining, dark and poignant.

4.0
0

Logan is not only a phenomenal entry into the X-Men universe but an all-around amazing film. It's a film that defies what we have come to expect in the super-hero sub-genre, in the best way possible. Its three leads: Hugh Jackman, Patrick Stewart, and Dafne Keen are all outstanding and give the film its emotional weight. It has a plot that is rich in...

5.0
0

I've watched the X Men films and their spin offs but I must say I'm not that invested in the franchise, it is definitely a sharp departure from those other films, harsher and grittier with a body count to rival John Wick. I'm guessing this is a step in another direction for the franchise, a retirement of sorts for the old characters for to usher in the...

4.0
0

Logan seems to offer the most faithful rendition of X-Men's Wolverine, if the response of its comic book fanbase was anything to go by. Hugh Jackman delivers peak rage levels and the film is bloody and laced with a good measure of profanity - an R16 rating well earned, though it's surprising that the rating wasn't stricter. Comparisons have already been...

4.0
0

This film is beautifully made with tough and at times excruciating action. But the story is tangible, a tale of each man. We all love the super heros a bit because they seem immortal. This I'd a film about the mortality of these heros. Very worth seeing. The action with the young girl is amazing, and the actors are showing their skills big time.

5.0
0

Dark, gritty, with a western feel to it, Logan is as grounded as a superhero movie can get. Limited use of over the top superpowers, and a limited cast, we are given an emotional ending to Hugh Jackman's 17 year career as Wolverine. Perfect casting, and although admittedly the villains were lacklustre, Jackman and Stewart provided Oscar worthy...

5.0
0

With Logan you get a bit of everything, it’s hybrid mix of a road trip movie with some elements of a western and let’s not forget the superhero side of it. With Logan being the last portrayal of Hugh Jackman as Logan and Patrick Stewart as Professor X, it is a bittersweet ending to a legacy that will not be forgotten.

4.0
0

Logan was really great. Hugh Jackman is perfect as Wolverine and I couldn't see any other actor playing the character as good as he did. Not that you didn't already know that. The action is bloody and visceral. Logan and X-23 slashing enemies and chopping off heads and limbs is beautiful. This is the most unique superhero film I've seen in quite sometime....

4.0
0

In what may be Hugh Jackman’s final donning of the iconic adamantium claws, James Mangold’s Logan marks the ultimate chapter in the stand-alone wolverine trilogy. Having played Wolverine for an astounding 17 years, the character fits Hugh Jackman like a knuckle-less glove. However, that is as good as it is bad – the character hasn’t progressed, he’s just...

2.0
0