Logan Review

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In early March I had the chance to see the movie Logan, which is the last movie where Hugh Jackman will play the iconic character of Wolverine. As a fan of the X-men movies and comics, I excitedly awaited to see my favorite mutant on screen for the last time. I am  happy to say that this film lived up to my expectations, this film was more serious-minded, profound and compelling than previous Wolverine films.

The story of Logan is that mutants have gone extinct and Wolverine needs to take care of Charles Xavier who currently has dementia. Along the way, Logan and Charles meet a girl named Laura who is another mutant that may be related to Logan and they both need to drive her across the Canadian border to a haven where other mutant children are rumored to reside.The mutant children are hiding to avoid government officials that want to use them for experiments.

The film didn’t feel like the common mainstream of other Marvel and DC superhero films, it felt more like a Western film like a classic Clint Eastwood movie. With a compelling script and masterful action scenes, Logan is sure to impress all audiences.