Dark and tragic scenes for final Wolverine movie
“Logan” is simultaneously the most heartfelt and violent Marvel movie to date. In his final performance as Wolverine, Hugh Jackman truly gives it his all and shows everything fans love about the character.
The story is set in the year 2029 and mutants are all but extinct. Wolverine has now started to age, with his healing abilities faltering. He splits his time between caring for Professor X, whose health is also failing him and working as a chauffeur.
When Wolverine is discovered by a group of people who are after him, he is suddenly roped into a plan. The idea is to transport an eleven-year-old girl named Laura to a place called “Eden,” in North Dakota. Laura is supposed to be safe there.
Along the way, they face the Reavers, a group of cyborg soldiers intent on obtaining the girl. The Reavers are led by Donald Pierce and are villains unlike any other. They have tools and tricks never seen before.
With a great storyline, amazing visual action and compelling performances by the actors, this is definitely not a movie to miss.
Hugh Jackman outdoes all of his previous performances in this film. This makes his final performance as Wolverine truly stand out from the rest.
According to Esquire.com, Jackman even took a salary to ensure that the movie would be rated R and therefore follow the comic story closer than the previous films. Because of that, the movie is just as profane as “Deadpool.” It is just as bloody as any Quentin Tarantino movie.
These elements combined with great acting, it’s hard to believe it’s a superhero movie while watching. It’s more reminiscent of a John Wayne movie.
The film is now in local theaters and so far is rated 92%, according to rottentomatoes.com.
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