Logan Movie Review
If there was ever a way to send off a movie character, this is definitely one of the ways to go.
Last night I got the chance to see Logan and let me just say a thank you to Hugh Jackman and Patrick Stewart as this will be their final time playing Wolverine and Professor X. Their portrayals of these characters have simply been wonderful ever since the first X-Men film in 2000 and they’ll definitely be missed by everyone.
Let me start off by saying that if you’re looking for the typical good mood super hero film, this is NOT the movie for you. This movie is the dictionary definition of depressing and for good reason. The Mutants are gone, Professor X isn’t the same man we’ve seen before as his age has definitely caught up with him and his powers. Same for Logan we we see that his powers are starting to fade away and the adamantium is affecting his body.
The acting in this movie was amazing, as always Hugh Jackman and Patrick Stewart are great. Dafne Keen was awesome as X-23 and even though you she didn’t speak much in the film, I feel like she’s definitely going places after this movie. I also enjoyed Boyd Holbrook’s portrayal as Donald Pierce.
I can honestly say that this is one of the few movies in life that legit made my eyes water and that says a lot. Seeing the state that the Professor and Logan are in is pretty tearjerking and also all of the horrible things X-23 went through.
Though depressing as it is, this will go down as one of my favorite X-Men movies. It’s a great send off for 2 beloved characters, the gory action is definitely there as this is an R rated film. The depressing tone is almost constant with a few rays of hope and it opens up possibilities for the future of X-23. On a scale of 1-10 , definitely a solid 10. Make sure to see Logan this weekend!