In the coming future, a weary Logan (Hugh Jackman) cares for an ailing Professor X (Patrick Stewart) at a remote outpost on the Mexican border. His plan to hide from the outside world gets hampered when he meets a young mutant (Dafne Keen) who is very much like him. Logan must now protect the girl and battle the dark forces that wants to capture her.
|INTIAL RELEASE (HOLLYWOOD)||1 March 2017|
|BOX OFFICE||61.9 crores USD|
Logan Movie Review
This movie is not as some comic book movie but as a western and not only that this movie has gone beyond westernism. A big applause should be given to the movie’s portrayal of Logan(Wolverine) which was definately accurate. Some of the comic book movies have proved that even superhero movies can have a soul, a great story,character developments and subtle philosophy based storytelling and this movie Logan has a soul and it’s storytelling is really practical that’s why this movie was nominated for Oscar for best adapted screenplay at least.General audience sometimes fail to understand that comic books from which these movies are made are JUST stories where just people have SUPER powers.Logan is very good example of how mature themes from comics are adapted to a movie. The story itself is a little all over the place—Logan and company ping-pong from place to place across the country, as the villainous Donald Pierce (Boyd Holbrook), a metal-armed bounty hunter, chases them in search of Laura. A long deviation at the home of a friendly family of civilians who feels a little forced; the film’s bloody climax, involving a sniveling scientist (played to the hilt by Richard E. Grant) and another mysterious enemy, slightly overstays its welcome. No matter—anytime things get too out of hand, Jackman and Stewart are there to tie them back to earth, and at no point does a cosmic portal appear in the sky, or a giant purple supervillain start a monologue about magical gems.