When Logan was released, I didn't bother to go see it. I had seen so many Marvel flicks and they were all similarly formulaic, unsurprising and over-stuffed with special effects. But I was intrigued by Logan Noir.
The B&W photography brought a whole new dimension to the film. No longer a super hero movie, but a haunting western about the twilight of a man - and of a whole era. Jackman, Stewart and Keen are superb.
I'm split on this. Personally I think this version is equally as good as the original. It's a different feeling, one more of depression and hopelessness rather than the decay of the original. These are both important themes of the film, so for someone who has seen Logan as many times as me it is refreshing. But In the end does this really need to exist? I could have easily done this myself. It seem like a cash grab.