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1,638 Ratings


Directed by James Mangold
United States, 2017
Action, Sci-Fi, Fantasy


Set in the future of 2024, Logan and Professor Charles Xavier must cope with the loss of the X-Men when a corporation lead by Nathaniel Essex is destroying the world leaving it to destruction, with Logan’s healing abilities slowly fading away and Xavier’s Alzheimer’s forcing him to forget.

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Logan Directed by James Mangold

Awards & Festivals

Academy Awards

2018 | Nominee: Best Adapted Screenplay

National Board of Review

2017 | Winner: Top Film

Writers Guild of America

2018 | Nominee: Adapted Screenplay

The movie is tough and unyielding before overexposure to these kids sets in. The warning in Logan’s trailer should have mentioned that it’s not mayhem you have to worry about. Saccharin will get you in the end.
April 19, 2018
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As a chronicle of a self-hating, guilt-ridden man not only rediscovering familial bonds he thought he’d lost, but also struggling to find his own path toward personal grace and redemption in his twilight years, Logan is often quite moving. Here’s a rare superhero movie in which I actually left feeling something for its people rather than just clutching my head at all the special effects and noise.
March 31, 2017
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Mangold’s Logan, which draws heavily on Western stories about gunfighters in twilight, ends with the moving gesture of a makeshift cross being turned on its side to make an X. The film itself is a fluke of the superhero-franchise era; it’s both violent and terrifically subtle (aided by some of the best acting in the genre) and has more in common with great mid-period Clint Eastwood movies like A Perfect World and Unforgiven than with the X-Men series to which it serves as a revisionist epilogue.
March 07, 2017
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What are people saying?

  • chanandre's rating of the film Logan

    What if the first Wolverine film I see, was actually the Last Wolverine I'll see? Final words are quotes from a Western film <3 Way better than something yanked out from the bible. Not a comic book reader, nor a fan or connoisseur of either Marvel or DC's universes. Not partial to Super Heroes on film, but here, on this one, it works great. Something Shyamalanesque on this>ordinary heroes - even if actual Übermensch∇

  • The Macho King's rating of the film Logan

    My only regret.. Not buying the blu ray instead of the dvd and being able to re watch the film in black and white. I wasn't aware of Logan Noir... I am almost certain that i would of preferred that version more and probably would of felt that it is the superior version. I'm a sucker for B&W and especially Noir in general.

  • Nicholas Gregory's rating of the film Logan

    Nearly every comic book film has purely been junk food, as they take from the high-concept, plot-over-storytelling of, well, traditional comic books over traditional literature. It's not odd then that Logan is something greater: as it's a loose remake of an older film that, in fact, was based on a novel. That film is the highly regarded western-- 1953's Shane. And, thus, Logan is much better than junk food.

  • Zac Weber's rating of the film Logan

    The special edition black and white version called "Logan Noir" is the vastly superior option. The monochrome aesthetic added so much to the storyline, from the bleakness of the anarchal future to the noted aging of Wolverine and Professor X.

  • João Rocha's rating of the film Logan

    3,5* The rythm is missing. The alternation between powerful drama/ cold hard reality, and the hardcore fighting scenes don't aloud the full development of the characters, and that's a shame. Anyway, this is one of the best "super-hero"movies, treating them like the humans they are.

  • josé neves's rating of the film Logan

    Digital. We're always so much in search of the classical matrix, invoking it ingloriously about everything and nothing, especially when this nothing is Clint Eastwood, and suddenly there 's this formally classicist film. The spatiality and its times are perfectly integrated in the wide screen for a rare mature fiction in North American's current cinema. An industrial action movie with brains and formal know-how.

  • Huey McEvoy's rating of the film Logan

    Remember when Aronofsky was tapped to direct the last Wolverine? It's doubly a shame that didn't pan out, as this entry validates Jackman's long held passion for a more personal take. Look, I like superhero movies - not for the explodey-punchy stuff, but for their humanity. This works as an epilogue to any happy ending - people get old, they suffer, they die. (P.S. An underused Richard E. Grant is fantastic in this.)

  • Jérémy Poirier's rating of the film Logan

    Brutal, bloody, bold and beautiful is the final outing of Hugh Jackman as the Wolverine. And Jackman gets the best out of it. It is an extremely refreshing film that feels more like a neo-western than your average superhero movie.You can literally feel this man's pain just from looking at him. I am still blown away by how great it was. And I won't talk about this ending shot (but I'm doing it though).

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