R-16 | 2 hrs 30 min
superb story telling and what a way to end wolverine with hugh jackman.
It is deep in a sense but quite out of character acting. Does not continue the good char development by previous iterations from X-men to Wolverine. Feels out of sync in general.
This is a must watch movie
So glad that we watched this movie.
I was having second thoughts of watching this movie and I sure am glad I watched it. The movie as well as the characters portrayed are very riveting. I love love love it!
X-Men: Days of Future Past already corrected everything that's wrong in the previous X-Men movies. Logan made it all wrong again.
The X-Men movie franchise needs a story reboot. They may focus on some other mutants. There are a lot to choose from: Cyclops, Jean Grey, Jubilee, etc. to name a few.
Hugh Jackman's best and final performance as Logan proves that the superhero movie genre can be gritty yet thoughtful. Intense action as what you would expect in a Wolverine movie plus it's very emotional. The setting and atmosphere is what I love about the movie: character-driven and story's solely focused on main characters. 10/10, would watch a Laura spin-off.
Going into this movie, I expected that everything would have a definite air of finality; I didn't expect it to be this somber. Not that it was a bad thing; it was actually the shot in the arm this genre needed - an adult take in such a kid-centric and fantastical subject matter. In the real world, people die. People go through terrible crap. And to see Logan, Prof. X, Caliban, and X-23 just try to seek redemption, carve out an existence and survive is really heartbreaking. This is a great, must-see movie.
Geeks, nerds, dorks unite to give respect. Spoiler: no post credit-scene.