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Logan

2017
Drama
Sci-fi
2h 17m
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. (imdb)
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Logan

2017
Drama
Sci-fi
2h 17m
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Rated 13 Mar 2017
82
86th
The hard R made me prematurely pop my claws. Logan is a surprisingly grim, bloody and melancholy ride into the sunset that proves these type of movies could, no, should be better. The uneven comic book movie shenanigans of the past are discarded and we're finally getting a story and characters worth being invested in; ornery Xavier was fantastic and Huge Jackedman sells every wince and groan. I wiped away a tear at the end and accidentally sliced off half my face. Worth it though.
Rated 03 Mar 2017
97
94th
The most brutal movie in the franchise both visually and emotionally. Feels completely different than all of the other movies. You feel nothing but sympathy for every mutant presented. The screenplay allows Logan to develop really well and pays up with Jackman's most humane performance in the series. The supporting cast is also really good. The scenery, writing, directing, and acting make this the most intimate X-Men film and my all time favorite. This is a must see for fans. Really good!
Rated 06 Mar 2017
94
97th
After 17 years and 8 X-Men films, Hugh Jackman and James Mangold gave audiences the best "Wolverine" story yet. The final tale of what is left of our beloved aging X-Men is a gritty and brutal one. Both Patrick Stewart and Hugh Jackman are fantastic returning to their iconic roles. However, neither had ever been seen in such grim fashion. The most intimate film in the series is also the most visceral. The movie earns every bit of its R-rating, but uses it in service of the characters and story.
Rated 09 Mar 2017
99
94th
The movie borrows from old westerns like True Grit or Shane, and builds on them with comic book imagery and awesome fight scenes. The most compelling parts, however, are the quiet moments--like the dinner scene with Logan and Prof. X--where emotion is built from seeing these characters onscreen for two decades. But most of all, this is a timely film about how the world uses refugee & immigrant children as props for shortsighted goals. Easily the best superhero film since The Dark Knight.
Rated 10 Mar 2017
78
64th
Pushy with the pathos and overlong, but in the realm of superhero flicks it's an oasis. It goes for westerns, keying on the natural vs man-made to provide a poetic end for the beloved character (and inner demon). Doesn't it feel refreshing to ditch the tired urban catastrophe/cgi sky laser third act? To see a hero's arc concluded, not discontinued? To hear Sir Patrick Stewart say naughty words? To at least feel something human in these again?
Rated 07 Mar 2017
90
92nd
The editor should've been like Logan in this and cut some parts out OH HOHOHOHOHOHO
Rated 08 Dec 2020
82
89th
Really enjoyed this. It's a bit bleak, sure, but there's a lot to enjoy in its brutality and character work, and there are a couple of emotional beats that are surprisingly effective. Jackman and Stewart are great here, and the young Keen is very watchable. I'm not sure that the ending was wholly successful; it wasn't bad by any means, but there was a bit of a sense of "was that it?" when it wrapped up. There's a lot of fun to be had when a comic book film takes the shackles off...
Rated 01 Mar 2017
85
92nd
The entire story plays out like a long sad epilogue where we finally get THE Wolverine. It is the Wolverine that fans have been kicking and screaming to get for decades now. The decades of failure, pain, and turmoil wears on this "retired" superhero and the primal beast is unleashed. There's a depressing tone throughout which borders on nihilism but at heart it's a road trip and a soul searching movie with Professor X, Logan, and a... child. It's a fitting end to Jackman and Stewart's run.
Rated 07 Mar 2017
80
80th
I'm shown this solid story with great main actors (Take a bow Dafne) and all I can think about is the R-rating - Or rather this one R-rated fence in the middle of the movie. I've never seen a fence like that in a movie. That fence did it's fucking job; it didn't take shit from anybody. I respect that fence.
Rated 08 Mar 2017
75
92nd
Logan disregards most superhero tropes, instead adopting motifs from film-noir and road trip movies, to create a film that is intense, gripping, and even emotional. The film does have some issues, namely villains that lack depth and most of the child mutants obeying the law of plot contrivance in the finale. That said, the soundtrack, the directorial choices, tone and gritty/real/bloody feel make this film enjoyable, though not necessarily rewatchable. A fitting send-off to Jackman's Wolverine.
Rated 10 Mar 2017
88
84th
Unrelentingly vicious, nasty and bleak - perhaps appallingly so - it's not a complement to the fans to say this is the movie they've been clamouring for. Jackman and Stewart have gleeful fun swearing at the camera but I tired of it quickly and worried I'd been tricked into attending a tonal sequel to Deadpool. But the emotionality of it all is intense, the intelligent and grim subtext is there, and by the end of it I was sobbing with tears and mucus streaming down my face and choking my throat.
Rated 03 Mar 2017
80
71st
Logan definitely hits you in all the right places on an emotional level: the failing health of the heroes you've loved, the plight of the young mutants who never asked for what's been forced upon them, and the raw anger and vitriol behind the violence. What it accomplishes is what all great "final appearances" should, and that's the knowledge that I never NEED to see those characters again out of some "unfinished business" sentiment. Props to Dafne Keen for our incredible introduction to X-23.
Rated 01 Mar 2017
8
76th
Logan is the brutally savage Wolverine film that fans have long clamoured for. This is a worthy and fitting addition to Hugh Jackman's long association with the character and this is the pinnacle and defining chapter of his Wolverine legacy. Patrick Stewart is remarkable too and his scenes with Hugh Jackman are brilliantly, amusingly & honestly written. Logan is full of surprises and it's an incredibly pleasing, rewarding and refreshingly raw and unique addition to the X-Men cinematic universe.
Rated 23 May 2017
80
78th
One of the better comic adaptations to date, wisely drawing inspiration from gritty Westerns and Terminator. It's got nuanced characters and a proper somber tone -- which is refreshing after a string of shallow MCU flicks. Yet, it still falls short of greatness, as it lacks the key element that can make/break these kinds of films: a strong villain. We have yet another whats-his-face trying to act tough and cool. Imagine a prime Robert Patrick chasing down Wolverine. Where r the good villains at?
Rated 04 Mar 2017
78
55th
Fans of Wolverine specifically will be pleased by the brutal, bleak experience. Jackman and Stewart are fantastic, newcomer Keen impresses, and the vision of a dystopian near-future feels frighteningly real. Issues of immigration and genetic experimentation are right out of today's news, and the X/Logan relationship takes us through an emotional bender. Weak villains, excessive violence, and a flawed final act keep it from being a total masterpiece, but it's still a dynamite experience.
Rated 02 Mar 2017
68
21st
It's gory as all hell and has some good performances but otherwise unimpressive. Seems like everyone is focusing on comparing it to other films, and ignoring how it is as an actual standalone movie - which is sorta blah, with simply atrocious dialogue and an incredibly forced 'dark' tone. Feels like Fox made them add a ton of swear words cause they thought that was why people liked Deadpool. And the third act/main "heavy" villain are soooo awful. A for effort? I guess? Maybe?
Rated 02 Mar 2017
80
94th
Brutal and emotional, Logan is the best film in the X-men series. It poses the question what happens to Professor X and Wolverine as they grow old and provides a lived-in believeable near future setting to explore the answer. All three main characters were great but special mention to Patrick Stewart who was fantastic. It's a fitting send off to Hugh Jackman's last performance as Wolverine.
Rated 06 Mar 2017
85
82nd
Often maligned, I believe comic characters are our modern-day Greek Gods: heroes of legend and supernatural happenstance we look to for morality. Jackman's Wolvie has been with us since the beginning of this modern mythos, a bridge between the fantastic and real, the Other in us, strangely always the most human of the cinematic X-Men. Logan's (and Xavier's) final journey to Eden reminded me of Oedipus at Colonus: 20 years of feeling ended with a symbol of sacrifice-a cross-becoming an X. I died.
Rated 07 Mar 2017
90
90th
Certainly the best X-Men film we have ever seen. A deconstruction of the genre and grand farewell to an amazing character, Logan is the perfect send-off to Jackman, Stewart, and even Mangold, who will all be dearly missed in this universe. Amazing acting, fantastic direction, and a huge standard for follow up films in this franchise.
Rated 03 Mar 2017
95
97th
Best X-Men movie since X2, but this is a different beast. It's a very personal tale that manages to touch on a view different relevant issues (like immigration obviously), while throwing in enough brutal Wolverine violence to be satisfying in that way as well. Stewart and Jackman are brilliant in their roles, as they always are, so I'd rather talk about how Keen is excellent; an actress who demonstrates acting ability well beyond her years. Also, yes, very sad, perfect ending too. The X cross!
Rated 02 Mar 2017
75
81st
It's very different tonally than all the other X-Men films and trying to tie all that back to the other films does form a disconnect, but they did come up with a clever way to explain that. It's a well-made movie. Jackman gives an excellent performance - probably his best as this character - and Stewart is brilliant, too. The plot definitely has some clichés, and it is a little predictable, but it's all just a vehicle for the characters and their emotions, and they definitely come through
Rated 20 Mar 2018
86
83rd
Not since Cujo took childhood cartoon character Muttley from Wacky Races has a movie delivered that all too strong desire to see your Saturday Morning heroes start to graphically rip people's throats out. An aside but a necessary one: James Mangold looks like Kevin Pollack if I wanted to punch Kevin Pollack in the face. This is especially crazy to me because Kevin Pollack looks like Gary Sinise if I didn't want to punch Kevin Pollack in the face.
Rated 07 Mar 2017
80
86th
This is what happens when you let grown-ups play with your toys. I really hope someone is taking notes.
Rated 16 Mar 2017
90
97th
It's a pity that Jackman and Stewart's final X-men movie is the first one to dive head first into a territory of heavy topics, dark subject matter, and emotionally suffocating story. It's rare for me to tear up or gasp in astonishment at the plot of movie, but "Logan" is a first in so many ways for superheros, and especially for Marvel. But we must not forget, it's also a last, and what a hell of a way to go.
Rated 06 Mar 2017
75
75th
I never thought I'd shed a tear watching a feral girl gutting and shredding men with adamantium claws, and yet, here I am.
Rated 18 Mar 2017
75
74th
In 2029 old man Wolverine and Alzheimer's Xavier team up to smuggle a bunch of mutant kids into Canada. Maybe I was oversold on how dark and violent this film is, but it felt like a bit of a damp squib to me. It's fun, gritty and gory for sure, but the story is the same old trite comic book nonsense and the pacing is awful, especially in the second half which drags on and on before the final fight. The highlight was undoubtedly Patrick Stewart dropping F-bombs left and right.
Rated 04 Mar 2017
4
70th
The usual problem with grim, violent superhero movies is that they feel like they're playing dress-up, unwilling to commit to the ideological consequences of real violence. Logan actually earns its bonafides by showing the carnage in all its hideousness. (Though, it's certainly got a sense of humor about the fact that you're basically watching a daddy-daughter killing spree.) I could generally give a fuck about superheroes, nor have I ever seen any X-Men films, but as an action fan: hell yeah.
Rated 03 Mar 2017
90
88th
Despite the increased popularity - esp among young males - of cathartic badasses like Wolverine, their generally one-note characterization can be uninteresting to the rest of us. To appeal to a wider audience they require different personalities to rub against, or better yet, shake up the formula . This does both extremely well, with a far weaker Logan whose "cool" cynicism has curdled into resignation. Even the fight scenes feel different w/ a score & lighting reminiscent of a horror film.
Rated 04 Mar 2017
84
93rd
You could take out every aspect that related to superheroes and x-men and this would still be a really good movie.
Rated 20 Mar 2017
75
81st
Although you could attach at least one question mark to every plot element, it works well enough within itself, because mangold has finally realized what makes these movies engaging: put in enough character moments to make people actually care what happens. and the action is so pleasingly downscale, yet impactful, it's rather reminiscient of pre-millenial action movies. jackman and stewart have long since established they can't ever be replaced, and keen does an impressive job for a 9 year-old.
Rated 18 Jun 2017
85
89th
Logan is somewhat strange: a superhero movie as a grimy survival Western. Brutality and pain are woven thick - and the tapestry is an ode to the futility of fighting against time and tides. Jackman's gripping Logan is no saviour - weakened against the changing times and by age itself. The "next generation" ultimately save themselves - the oldies die for their pride and solace. A touching end, and a viscerally thrilling action film.
Rated 08 Apr 2017
100
94th
Wow. Way to go out on top, Jackman. And they made X-23 just as awesome as in the comics.
Rated 16 Apr 2017
85
86th
Exactly what I've always wanted from this character
Rated 29 Mar 2017
90
80th
Made me think of Clint Eastwood's "Unforgiven", as that movie was also a sort of gritty deconstruction and complicating of a popular, romanticized Hollywood genre. "Logan" doesn't draw attention to itself as a "superhero" movie, and it's fascinating the way it distances itself from the label while at the same time being conscious of it. The drama is humanizing, the performances are nuanced, and the action is intense without feeling meaningless: it evades the trappings of its genre with class.
Rated 04 Mar 2017
95
97th
I'm not sure there will ever be a superhero movie that works for me as well as this one does. It's a single self-contained story that uses it's R-rating to actually show brutality. There isn't a bunch of lame comedy people. The world feels real and lived in. The emotions are earned and deserved and despite a few blips the plot is not full of cliches or coincidences or lazy writing that's in nearly every other super hero movie. The last shot made me cry.
Rated 06 Mar 2017
70
80th
The more subdued, hardhitting story, even though hampered by some pacing issues, bids the goodbye jackman's wolverine deserves.head and shoulders above the rest of the middling x-men movies, 'logan' is THE definitive wolverine movie. __edit: some films fade after the excitement of the first viewing and few are remembered even fonder as time goes by. logan is definitely the latter for me, as i've raised its score twice already. it is the best superhero movie of all time.
Rated 03 Mar 2017
29
87th
I liked the part where the father and daughter were murdering together as a family.
Rated 05 Mar 2017
7
75th
I don't understand why it took 17 years to give Logan and Xavier some proper character development. Now that we're there, it feels right, but also a little bit late. Gripping movie, dark in a good way, and a fitting sendoff to the original generation of X-Men actors. Sadly, the movie was a bit cheesy at times, and the villains were not very interesting, but I enjoyed it for what it was.
Rated 09 Mar 2017
95
97th
Dark, gripping, and emotional, Logan is a spectacular film that breaks away from the mould of traditional superhero stories
Rated 28 Jun 2017
86
92nd
It's great for very many reasons, but not least because it feels like exactly the film Mangold wanted to make; with a studio finally brave enough to let these characters breathe. And so we & the character finally get the Wolverine film we've been waiting for right at the end of Jackmans admirable run. Stewart's performance deserves a mention, because it's a master class, even amid other fine performers. One of the great comic book films & a stark exploration of mortality, amongst so much else.
Rated 30 Apr 2017
75
73rd
Gritty. Bloody. Dusty. Pointy.
Rated 04 Dec 2017
66
79th
The bleakness and hard-R rating are well-used on one of the best entries in the constantly expanding X-Men film series.
Rated 03 Mar 2017
87
90th
A fantastic and fitting ending for Wolverine. It is also the best X-film in the franchise - close to X2. It's just unfortunate that all 3 Wolverine films couldn't have been made in the same fashion to make the conclusion even more powerful. It goes to show how great these movies could have been had the studio had some faith in the storytelling and the character's potential.
Rated 28 Jul 2017
83
82nd
Wolverine in an indie road trip movie sounds like a bad snl skit. A dying alcoholic, his troubled violent daughter, and his Alzheimer's afflicted father go in search of peace! Putting the cliche trappings aside tho its a damn good sendoff for the character. Very heavy on the "violence always has a price" mssg but done elegantly. Jackmans old man acting made my joints ache.
Rated 22 Jul 2017
7
57th
With a strong emphasis on character and mood, Logan is given in his last cinematic outing a proper and resounding send-off. That isn't to say this is the great film I'd hoped it would be. Some of the acting felt very stilted and unconvincing, the addition of X24 was about as ill-considered as my recent schezwan sauce investment and at 130 minutes, the pace lags considerably as the film devolves into a string of repetitive and underwhelming set-pieces. Lather, slash, repeat.
Rated 13 Mar 2017
86
95th
It truly excels at presenting some of its themes (impermanence and quasi parent-child relationships in particular). The action is spectacular, and really gets the most out of its R rating. My only real qualm is that it falters where many other have. It glorifies violence (which is fine in an action film), but that is completely at odds with its attempt to thematically develop the notion of the burden of violence (and the related heavy-handedness of Western references).
Rated 15 Mar 2017
7
73rd
Gripping and emotional, captures the pain of a life of destruction. Not the usual superhero movie.
Rated 12 Mar 2017
9
71st
What if someone said, "Fuck all X-Men continuity and the cutesy superpower bullshit. Let's make it a bleak dystopian western where anyone could die." And thus, this movie - an exhilarating ride from start to finish. The climax in the woods can't live up to the escape from the Prof. X's hideaway near the beginning, but it's still pretty damn interesting. X-23 is a very interesting character, Patrick Stewart is at his best, Stephen Merchant is great, and Hugh Jackman delivers career best.
Rated 24 Mar 2017
66
55th
I can sort of see why avid Marvel and X-Men fans are raving about this. It's bleak, it's visceral and the Prof. X/Logan dynamic is pretty great to see, yet there are somewhat weak and serviceable aspects to the plot that drag this down. Good but not amazing.
Rated 21 Mar 2017
50
44th
A Children of Men remake starring Hugh Jackman in which every character is Wolverine, including a little Mexican girl. The slower pacing and darker tone of this film (compared to the rest of the X-Men series) were appreciated, but the poor child performances, overly simple and uninteresting plot, and bland, unimaginative characters land this film in the middle of the pack. (SPOILER! I'm supposed to believe that the guy who wiped out every mutant had a hard time finding Logan? I do not.)
Rated 05 Mar 2017
79
87th
I always wondered what Sam Peckinpah doing an X-Men movie would look like.
Rated 08 Mar 2017
98
91st
Marvel finally has its 'Dark Knight', and it didn't even come from the MCU.
Rated 20 Jun 2017
78
68th
Certainly a super-hero movie for adults. I'm not convinced that excessive language, dismemberment and a brief flashing scene are needed for this movie to have the same impact. They are trying too hard to tell you it's not a kids movie. Still, a good story and tremendous acting make it a good movie overall. Final point: if I'm not sold on Scarlett Johansson flipping around large muscly men using her 105 lbs, then even less so with the wee little girl here. She was a good wolverine-let, though.
Rated 02 May 2018
80
83rd
I pretty much ruined this experience by watching it on a two inch airline screen amidst crying babies and reduced air pressure, but it's better than not watching at all, eh? Fuck, I ruined it.
Rated 29 Mar 2017
90
89th
Logan follows the trend of making darker versions of superhero movies, but while most of that trend is just dark for no reason, Logan delivers the goods. It has deep meaningful storytelling and compelling characters. This was the best comic book movie I have seen in years. This is not a typical action or superhero flick: It is relatively light on visual effects and heavy on character development.
Rated 06 Mar 2017
87
92nd
One of the best x-men movies. Straight forward, emotional and in my opinion a lot darker than previous movies.
Rated 06 Nov 2017
85
89th
Staggeringly vicious, unforgiving, and utterly unique to its genre, reaching for nothing more than to paint, in visceral detail, the intimate portrait of a dying man on the run. Despite the bleak canvas and the trembling, Holy sh-- violence, the filmmakers do not fail to draw attention to the glimmer of hope in their sitter's eye or the yearning humanity in his expression.
Rated 04 Sep 2018
94
76th
Unusually for a comic book movie, Logan is a thoughtful and heartfelt character study of two men, two battle-hardened, world-weary comrades, physically and, especially in Charles's case, mentally burnt out. So powerful and earnest are the story and performances, that I wouldn't be surprised to hear that some of the film's audiences end up a little moist-eyed, and to be able to say that seriously of a comic book movie is a very rare thing indeed.
Rated 10 Mar 2017
93
85th
Fantastic tear jerker filled with brutal action scenes and an oscar worthy performance by Patrick Stewart. The story feels fresh to the superhero genre, just because the world isn't ending. The conflict is more personal, the motivations more grounded and believable. Also I really enjoy how the story hints at how the future is without showing us or beating us over the head with it. Very creative
Rated 06 Mar 2017
88
81st
What a surprise. I'm not a superhero film fan, I have basically seen none of the other XMen films...but I am more than satisfied with what I saw. It works well on its own, with some awesome fight scenes that does not shy away from its brutality - which also applies to the also very engaging, dark brooding story that is surprisingly dramatic. Sure, a lot of people fall asleep and wake back up as a plot device, and part of the third act takes a sloooooow halt. But whatever, it's fun anyways.
Rated 11 Aug 2017
94
96th
One of the greatest superhero movies I've seen, it's doing for Marvel films what Frank Milller's the Dark Knight Returns did for DC comics. I love that the studio execs had the balls to let Mangold go wild with their characters and tell an engaging, unique, brutal and depressing story filled with clever symbolism and raw emotion. I disagree with many of the other reviewers who didn't like X24, I think he was a clever allusion to the fact that Logan's biggest enemy was himself.
Rated 04 Mar 2017
90
83rd
Amazing, i can't find the right words to say. I loved it...
Rated 27 Aug 2018
87
89th
Holy shit, this movie fucking ends it all, doesn't it? This was about the most depressing thing you could sit through as a Marvel fan, but at least they put the character to rest. I don't know how they can make X-Men films again after this, and I don't understand the timeline of the X-Men universe anymore.
Rated 15 Mar 2017
6
70th
Enjoyed it, though the sheer hyperbole of its reception is starting to make me feel like it's already becoming just a touch overrated. Jackman himself is fantastic and the bleak tone and gritty violence and eye for character work are all highly admirable. On the plot level though, I dunno, I found it just a touch thin and the climactic act (while I can admire its restraint) fairly underwhelming.
Rated 30 Jan 2018
80
85th
Instructor Xavier McDaniel puts the X in Alzheimer's in X-Men: Days of Logan's Run. It's kind of like that movie about the guy in Canada that learns he's the father of 500 children and decides to meet all of them, except the children are trained killers, and Canada is a hidden country that can only be found by deciphering a secret code found on the back of old comics. So in other words, it's based on a true story.
Rated 19 Dec 2017
82
92nd
Thanks for the long ride. It was worth it.
Rated 27 Jun 2017
65
83rd
As a big Wolverine and X-men fan, this movie didn't meet my expectations. The action was fairly standard and all the best bits were ruined in the trailer. Having it rated R is great and all, but for me it's too little too late. All of Bryan Singer's X-men films are better (save for Apocalypse)
Rated 03 Mar 2017
5
73rd
imagine midnight special if it was made by an actual human
Rated 21 Mar 2017
80
92nd
Easily one of the best Marvel movies so far, mostly because it doesn't rely purely on action (which there is still plenty of).
Rated 15 May 2017
85
78th
Outside of the X-Men universe, it's an incredibly-well done movie. I think the R-rating really freed up the action choreography, which is graphic and brutal and much more invigorating that pretty much any other superhero movied produced to date. The child actor Dafne Keen is great in the role (I was worried they would end up as a drag). Well acted, great pacing, and good villains too. Solid all around.
Rated 21 Nov 2018
83
77th
The finale kinda dropped the ball and fell a little bit into more generic action film territory, but in general, the hype was right, Logan is a truly unique superhero film. It borrows so much from the mythology of the Old West that it just feels like a neo-Western that just *happens* to have a characters with super powers in it. Weirdly not just one of the best superhero films, but also likely the best Western to come out in the past 5 years.
Rated 15 Mar 2017
95
66th
Logan cuts about the competition to deliver an Extraordinary finale
Rated 16 Apr 2017
79
72nd
Hey, look. They can make them if they feel like it.
Rated 14 Apr 2017
65
73rd
Pretty good.
Rated 15 Mar 2017
87
90th
Completely different than the other X-men and Wolverine movies, and I absolutely loved that. Very violent, very bleak, good story, has some surprising twists and a great finale. I was completely immersed in the X-men world, I felt sad and wanted more when it ended. MORE.
Rated 08 May 2017
95
99th
Absolutely terrific. A fantastic last portrayal by Jackman and Stewart but hope for the future in Dafne Keen. Did the one thing that the Marvel Universe and the Nolan Batmans never did: cry. Twice. I'm not ashamed to admit it.
Rated 29 Jun 2017
66
14th
Gobs of blood, impaling, rage, decapitation, butchering. Lots of Wolverine killing people. Lots of kids killing people. Lots of everybody killing everybody else. Everything is solved with a shot or a stabbing. I don't understand what critics found so clever about it except that blood = art. This movie felt like it lacked intelligence and entertainment value.
Rated 29 Dec 2020
90
95th
The standalone Wolverine movies are some of the worst in the genre, so it's a miracle this movie is so good. In Logan mutants are all but extinct. There are no X-Men, just two tired old men (Prof X being the other) trying to get by in an unforgiving world. It is a shame the PG-gloves didn't come off before this movie because the action is brutal. Apparently, you can make a dark, gritty superhero movie without it being awful (DC Comics, take note).
Rated 09 Apr 2017
83
82nd
Logan, come back
Rated 11 Mar 2017
85
87th
The action genre, almost more than any other genre, has been home to quite a large volume of terrible films. Wowing the audience with visuals and stylized violence often leads to neglect of any sort of emotion. Logan successfully humanizes an action character that has had his share of the aforementioned issues, but his latest, and last, is definitely the most sincere and enjoyable. Watching a hero age is more painful than expected and Jackman does a wonderful job of it.
Rated 25 Apr 2017
96
97th
Kind of loved this movie. With Hugh Jackman doing a pretty phenomenal job, this movie, though it may be a bit depressing and sad, was in my opinion a nice conclusion the X-Men franchise.
Rated 31 Dec 2020
69
84th
I am not a big super hero movie fan, as the genre has been exhausted. But Logan, along with Joker, provide evidence that fresh takes can be found. The action is savage, and the consequences are felt. The score is great, the acting is good. The first act had me hooked. But nothing in the movie truly shocked me, and I wanted something to do just that. There are aspects of the X-Men universe that I will never understand. All in all this is the rare super hero movie that truly needs to be seen.
Rated 19 Mar 2017
100
90th
I really hope this is Hollywood being on a track. Even if this isn't part of a trend, Logan is a fantastic, brutal, raw, honest thing that punches you in the face. Loved it.
Rated 16 Aug 2019
45
34th
Downbeat and gritty for this kind of fare, but the nightmarish scenes needed to be more nightmarish still and the tone jars a little with the "save the children" theme. Effective score by Beltrami helps, as do the performances by Jackman and Stewart. Have not seen any other films in this franchise, so had to piece together the premise and the characters, but more or less succeeds in standing alone.
Rated 16 May 2018
90
89th
One of the best of its genre. Bloody, intense and sad.
Rated 05 Mar 2017
72
81st
Strong film, with great acting and cinematography. The R-rating was well-used. Certainly among the best in the X-Men franchise. More cameos would have been appreciated, as would a scene at the end of the credits. Hopefully the success of this film leads to similarly R-rated efforts to flesh out some of the other major X-Men.
Rated 02 Jan 2019
55
47th
A palpable step sideways from the known atmosphere of the X-Men franchise into a grittier and more brutal one. Alas, the film suffers from the unfortunately popular nowadays trend of being marketed as "THE DIFFERENT superhero flick," only to disappoint all the more so because of it. But on the positive side, it doesn't fully and utterly disappoint like the atrocious Black Panther or Wonder Woman, for example, but only partially so, mainly due to weak character arcs and lackluster villains.
Rated 25 Mar 2017
79
75th
Hugh Jackman as Wolverine was my first crush so its too nostalgic to dislike it at all. its annoying how hes even hotter now and I have nothing to look forward to
Rated 17 Apr 2017
78
78th
One step closer to the 'here is a normal movie but also they got superpowers'. It's good but still pales to TDK and Watchmen.
Rated 18 Mar 2017
60
54th
a great emotional send-off to the character, even if he can only kill so many people before it stops being interesting by the end
Rated 26 May 2017
82
76th
Certainly shines in the drama department more than previous X-Movies. Falls a bit flat in the end, but overall it's quite good.
Rated 04 Mar 2017
79
64th
Pear/apple bruchetta: dice 1/2 cup each of bosc pear, apple, sweet vidalia onion, tomatoes (I prefer sundried). Saute onions. In separate pot, reduce 1 cup each of white wine and balsamic vinegar. Put onions, apples, pears, tomatoes, and 1/2 the reduction in baking pan at 350 for 20 min. 1 spoon of reduction and 1 spoon of topping for each slice of baguette. Place under broiler at 500 with your choice of cheese just long enough to toast bread. It's a superhero movie, just guess what it's like.
Rated 20 May 2017
61
19th
Yet another mediocre X-Men film. The only thing I liked about it is that it's a road movie, which makes it smaller in scope and should have allowed to have more interesting character dynamics. Unfortunately, it only managed to do so in the relationship between Charles and Logan, the rest of the interactions were merely with Hollywood run-of-the-mill one-dimensional stereotypes. Even though Logan is pretty cool, I felt no empathy for him whatsoever, simly because this film is empty and unoriginal
Rated 05 Apr 2017
78
69th
I like that you can tell that there was a real passion for the characters behind this, and a strong commitment to telling the story right (as common as that story may be). That's something we need more of in film in general, let alone blockbuster and superhero films. Gets a little long in the tooth near the end, but this feels like the sendoff Jackman's Wolverine deserves.
Rated 15 Apr 2017
60
71st
(BLOOD FATHER/LONE WOLVERINE & CUB)
Rated 16 Aug 2018
80
72nd
A powerful, relevant ending to the whole X-franchise: but much gorier than it needed to be.
Rated 11 Mar 2017
84
88th
If this is indeed the last film that Hugh Jackman plays Wolverine then this is a great way to go out. This is a great film with plenty of exciting scenes and moments. I highly recommend this film.
Rated 03 Apr 2017
90
74th
Fully committed to the idea of doing the iconic character justice after two wholly passable, if unspired solo outings, there's a reason "Logan" isn't titled "Wolverine", and that's because this is a more grounded film, a more human conclusion to our clawed protagonists decade spanning story, and a damn good one at that.
Rated 22 May 2017
65
64th
A gentle ending for a memorable series. PS: DI7+SC7+CI8+ED8+AC7+SO7+OV7+WH7+MY7+WO0
Rated 08 Apr 2017
80
73rd
This is a game changer in the comic book movie genre, and it's al lot more like the kinds of comics I actually like to read than the vast majority of other comic book movies being made. I expected it to be violent, I did not expect it to be so bleak. The story here is smaller in a very good way - no one trying to blow up the planet or galaxy, just some characters trying to help a young girl. This allows for character development and the best performances in an x-men movie yet.

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