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Pike's avatar


Every now and then, somebody at Fox realizes that the X-Men franchise has the most amazing characters in the entire genre and f*cking DOES something with them. The last time that happened was X-Men: First Class (before they had to travel through time and shit). Logan is one of those moments aswell. Mangold and co have created a simple, linear narrative that puts beautiful work in builing the characters. All the rest follows accordingly. The result is a high watermark for superhero movies and quite simply an instant classic.
5 years 9 months ago
BLJNBrouwer's avatar


"Joey, there's no living with... with a killing. There's no going back from one. Right or wrong, it's a brand. A brand sticks. There's no going back. Now you run on home to your mother, and tell her... tell her everything's all right. And there aren't any more guns in the valley." :'(
5 years 9 months ago
Marko1975's avatar


Top 250? Sorry, but that's ridiculous.
5 years 6 months ago
starnamedstork's avatar


After the terrible Origins: Wolverine and the anemic The Wolverine I had given up on seeing the big screen really doing justice to one of my favorite comic book characters. Then Deadpool proves that somebody really has the balls to make a superhero movie that isn't a PG13 video game cutscene. And then they announce Logan, with an R rating and an Old Man Logan-esque setting.

Long story short: They nailed it. This is the definite Wolverine movie. Forget the other two Wolverine movies. Check out X-Men 1, 2, First Class and Days of Future Past with your kids if you like. But this one is a must see.
5 years 9 months ago
Siskoid's avatar


Logan is a violent postapocalyptic western tragedy that posits a satisfying enough end to the X-Men saga without actually killing the franchise (it's set in 2029, leaving plenty of space, though for my money, it really didn't need to), while also providing a base for future stories, perhaps with the eye-catching X-23 taking on Wolverine's mantle in the wake of Hugh Jackman's retirement. Despite its place in X-Men history, it feels unburdened by the weight of the the other films' tortured continuity, referencing events in the saga's gaps without overtly explaining them. And that's a good thing. Despite the straight-forward storytelling, the film does feel very "current", evoking as it does the Mexican border, refugees trying to cross into Canada, and so on. And that's proper for an X-film. Mutants should always stand in for minorities. Still, the movie isn't quite as rich as it might have been. It seems to want to say something about GMOs and redemption (very disparate subjects, but still), but doesn't quite get there. There's a point where it sort of becomes a murder show and somewhat repetitive. It's still the best Wolverine film by a mile, and one of the X-franchise's Top 3.
5 years 8 months ago
DisneyStitch's avatar


I might be the only one who thought this movie felt old and worn out. I realize it's gritty and human compared to the majority of X-men movies but I just didn't find it that interesting. The plot seems spoon-fed to the audience and while it allows the story to focus on the drama it just doesn't feel all that spectacular. Not my cup of tea I guess.
5 years 3 months ago
samoan's avatar


Wow, this movie is fantastic. I loved it. This is what a Wolverine movie should be like. This why PG-13 doesn't work for Wolverine! Thank you, Deadpool. If this is the swan song for Hugh Jackman and Wolverine, what a song it is! Not only is this a great Wolverine/X-men or comic book movie but also just a great film. Great Storytelling, great acting all around, good twists and turns as the story rushes to it 's ending. The only downside is that I can't imagine anyone filling Hugh Jackman's shoes after this movie, and it makes you just want to see more! Well done, finally!
5 years 9 months ago
NoMatterWhat's avatar


if this movie is considered as an instant classic, you know how shitty other superhero movies are.
4 years 10 months ago
firewordsparkler's avatar


I can't believe an X-Men movie made me cry.
5 years 8 months ago
Trippy's avatar


As a huge X-Men and Wolverine fan, I am happy to say that movie was absolutely amazing.
5 years 9 months ago
Duke of Omnium's avatar

Duke of Omnium

There may be no more formulaic or predictable genre of film than superhero movies. Occasionally, however, such films manage to surprise and escape the narrow bounds imposed, and that happened here. By making this (as the title suggests) about Logan the person, rather than Wolverine, the guy with metal fingernails, James Mangold manages to create a film that contemplates the cruel passage of time (no less cruel to superheroes). Well done. Note, however, that the product placement to be found here is arguably even more obvious and annoying than usual. (not Man of Steel bad, but still bad).
4 years 8 months ago
danisanna's avatar


A very human and "realistic" X-men movie. I quite liked it. I did not expect the emotional impact. Pleasantly surprised.
5 years 8 months ago
Gabor.'s avatar


A bit overrated thought
5 years 9 months ago
Earring72's avatar


WOW, what a suprise. This was a GREAT drama with a lot violence and action disguised as a xmen movie. One of the best superhero movies ever. Just terrific with Hackman powerfull as ever.
3 years 6 months ago
fonz's avatar


Midnight Special with more blood and less Adam Driver.
5 years 7 months ago

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