🎦 Logan full movie HD download (James Mangold) - Drama, Thriller, Action, Sci-Fi. 🎬
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Drama, Thriller, Action, Sci-Fi
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James Mangold
Hugh Jackman as Logan
Dafne Keen as Laura
Al Coronel as Federale Commander
Boyd Holbrook as Pierce
Anthony Escobar as Federale
Frank Gallegos as Federale Lieutenant
Eriq La Salle as Will Munson
Elise Neal as Kathryn Munson
Patrick Stewart as Charles
Richard E. Grant as Dr. Rice
Reynaldo Gallegos as Rey (as Rey Gallegos)
Storyline: In 2029 the mutant population has shrunken significantly and the X-Men have disbanded. Logan, whose power to self-heal is dwindling, has surrendered himself to alcohol and now earns a living as a chauffeur. He takes care of the ailing old Professor X whom he keeps hidden away. One day, a female stranger asks Logan to drive a girl named Laura to the Canadian border. At first he refuses, but the Professor has been waiting for a long time for her to appear. Laura possesses an extraordinary fighting prowess and is in many ways like Wolverine. She is pursued by sinister figures working for a powerful corporation; this is because her DNA contains the secret that connects her to Logan. A relentless pursuit begins - In this third cinematic outing featuring the Marvel comic book character Wolverine we see the superheroes beset by everyday problems. They are aging, ailing and struggling to survive financially. A decrepit Logan is forced to ask himself if he can or even wants to put his ...
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Dark, Bleak Action-Packed and emotional, Logan has it all.
When it was announced that Fox would be making another solo 'Wolverine' movie, I was excited. Then rumours began piling up that it would be based off the popular 'Old Man Logan', the comic community, (myself included) got even more excited. Then the first trailer dropped, and somehow we got even more excited. However, it was now I realized the movie was doomed to disappoint us. We had so much hype built up (by us, not Fox surprisingly) that there was no possible way Logan could ever reach the bar we had set.

Well, it didn't reach the bar.

It ran by the bar, grabbed it, and pulled the bar (and us) to levels we didn't think it could reach. All while being one of the best superhero movies ever, and not often using superhero powers in the movie (more on that later).

Logan follows, well, Logan (duh) at least twenty years after the events of X-Men III The Last Stand and the mutants are mostly wiped out. Logan has grown more bitter and old and is forced to live in the middle of Mexico with Professor Xaiver and a newcomer, Caliban. Eventually he finds that a group has been experimenting with mutants and have a clone of him, Laura (or X-23) now, he finds himself on the road with Laura and the Professor in an attempt to get Laura to her friends so they can be safe. The only problem are the people who want them dead, and that Logan's healing factor is weakening.

The movie Has a very simple yet interesting plot, The movie works because of the character dynamic. Logan is forced to face the fact that Laura is technically his daughter and that his family is gone. Professor Xaiver is slowly dying, both of old age and his powers becoming more and more unstable.

However, while the plot is simple, there is one scene which really doesn't work. In the original 'Old Man Logan' comic, the X-Men are gone because Logan was tricked into killing everyone. It's a horrific and tragic scene, one which no reader will ever forget. In the movie, it's implied that Charles lost control and caused a telepathic shock wave which killed 98% of all mutants around the world. It's sad, but not nearly as powerful as the scene in 'Old Man Logan'.

While that scene does slightly annoy me, the rest of the movie is nearly perfect. The character arcs are amazing, the plots are truly realistic and intense, and when the more emotional moments hit you and hit you hard. When Charles dies, it's a sad scene, but at the end of the movie when Logan dies, you can't not feel emotionally devastated. Not old because Logan dies to save Laura, but because it's also the end of an era (Hugh Jackman's Wolverine roles). The action scenes which are frequent throughout the film are top-notch and awesome to watch, if not a bit brutal, but the writers knew when to have action and when to have calm. Wolverine's "Berserker Rage" may be the greatest scene in the entire X-Men franchise.

All the actors in this movie are either returning actors to the franchise or newcomers. But either way, there is not a single bad actor in the entire movie. The special effects are some of the most realistic and well made I've seen in years. I'm also happy that not all movies are going wit the horrible CGI blood route.

Overall, Logan may not only be the best X-Men movie to date, but possibly the best superhero movie to date. It stands tall against movies such as Captain America The Winter Solider, or The Dark Knight and succeeds in it's mission despite being potentially hindered by the 'R' rating it has, which not only does it earn, but actually feels like it benefited from having an 'R' rating. If you for some reason haven't seen Logan yet, make sure it's on the top of your list.
Not as good as people say
I'm no critic or film buff so I'm not pretending that this is anything other than an opinion. Basically, if you think you're going to watch a wolverine film, you're not. It's okay, would probably be more enjoyable if it was a different character. For years we've seen wolverine in unrealistic marvel universe films and then for some reason, Marvel try to create a film in the 'real' work almost. And make it more gritty than it needs to be. More gratuitous swearing than we've ever heard in a marvel film too. I'm not prudish, it just felt very forced like they were trying too hard to make a real film/movie instead of their normal mindless fun escapism. Also, what is with the scene when they stay with the black family?! If they know they're being hunted why would they hold up there and put innocent people at risk?! That just annoyed me as it was just so out of character and added nothing to the story line/plot. It also bugged me just how rude and uncaring he was to his kid. Yes, he did the right thing in the end etc. but again, he was uncharacteristically harsh to a child. It's still worth a watch, it's just not the marvel they think it is (did you see what I did there?). Laters
worst X-men movie ever
I can't believe any one gave this movie good reviews its no wonder why Stan was not in this movie, seemed like Hugh's heart was not in it giving a so so performance his expressions where like yea I'm here but I'm tired of this character, and Patrick seemed like a wash out like he has been drinking to much Strongbow. I thought no one could out do Batman vs Superman for the worst comic book movie but it looks like Logan did.
A worthy, respectable finale to a storied franchise
Marvel's 'X-Men' universe has come a long way since its debut on the silver screen back in 2000. 17 years later, audiences get to experience 'Logan,' the final chapter in the franchise as we know it.

In 'Logan,' we have a much darker, grittier story in which Logan/Wolverine (Hugh Jackman) is faced with helping a young mutant (Dafne Keen) escape the anti-mutant strongholds of Mexico and the USA to Canada. In this sense, the film should not be considered a traditional superhero story, but instead a violent drama. There is much more of an emphasis on character development and dialogue as opposed to special effects and cheesy one-liners, as we see how the physical and emotional wear-and-tear that Logan has experienced over the years has finally taken its toll on him.

In addition to Jackman and Keen, we get to see strong performances from Patrick Stewart reprising his role as the venerable Professor Charles Xavier and Boyd Holbrook as the bounty hunter Pierce. This core cast is enough of a foundation on which to build the rest of the film, and is a better way to create a more meaningful film compared with stretching screen time too thin in previous 'X-Men' offerings.

There are also a few themes that are explored through 'Logan,' including perseverance, sacrifice and faith, which elevates the impact that the film has on audiences. Through all of these, it's really the metamorphosis that Logan undergoes as an individual based on the challenges he confronts that really puts an accent mark on the film.

While it's bittersweet to see this franchise likely end, 'Logan' is a worthy, respectable finale that does enough to satisfy fans.
This film combines both a love for comic books and a love for good movies
I would like to start of by saying I am not a film critic, I am a future Doctor in Pharmacy hat loves movies. That being said when I see movies I look at them and judge them by this question, "Did the film maker or performer or whomever make me feel or think what they wanted me to feel or think?"

So, I will start out by answering this question. Yes, Logan in every single way possible for me made me feel and think every single emotion, thought, etc. that they were trying to convey. I was on board for every second of this movie. The themes that this movie carries are so deep, and surprising uplifting for such a dark and brutal film. I have seen this movie five times since its release (4 in color and 1 in black/white) and by the end I am crying every single time Laura cries "daddy." The acting is superb, the direction style is fantastic, the music is incredibly haunting and beautiful, and more. But, I will finish this by saying that this is Hugh Jackman's magnum opus, and if he does not get at least an Oscar nomination for this I will be very disappointed. He laid it all on the line in this movie, and in my opinion elevated the entire genre of comic book movies with a sense of gravitas and subtlety that few leading actors have ever done in my opinion. In my opinion the film is perfect for what it set out to do. I think anyone who truly loves film should give it a view whether they love comic book movies or loathe the idea of them.
Plot holes
Using my own rating system 4 means I will not watch again. All Spoilers.

So it has been a while since I have seen Logan but there were a few things that just annoyed me watching the movie.

So I am pretty sure in the research facility they wanted to kill the children. So then why did they capture the little girl and not kill her immediately.

Secondly these kids were supposed to have been trained from birth how to fight using their powers. I remember they resisted the training but still their fighting skills were pretty crap from being trained from birth.

Then the self-driving trucks they showed no signs of slowing down to prevent a collision with the horses.

Small things I know but took away from the movie for me.
Mutants, Reluctant Heroism, and Genetic Patents
Logan is a 2017 film based on the Wolverine character from Marvel's X-Men comic book series. Hugh Jackman portrays Logan, an aging and ill version of the character that we all know and love. Professor X is also in the film, once again played by Patrick Stewart, and is displayed as an old, senile shell of his former self, suffering from Alzheimer's disease and/or ALS.

The story follows Logan as he tries to gather enough money to essentially retire on a sailboat. Wolverine and Charles Xavier cross paths with a young girl who has been artificially created using Logan's genes. The girl is being pursued as a runaway patent by a corporation, and Xavier insists that they help her. Pushed into helping the child on her adventure, the reluctant Wolverine finds himself once again attempting to fill the role of hero.

Moving, exciting, and heart-wrenching at times, Logan is an excellent film. Each actor gives an amazing performance and the story is very well crafted.

If there are absolutely any complaints to be made about the film, it would have to be the dialogue in the first several minutes of the film. Sounding as if written by Tarantino, the word f--- appears in every other sentence. Adult language is absolutely fine in a movie, but sometimes it sounds as if it was added later. As if any f---ing person f---ing talks like this. You f--- ing know what the f--- I mean? Also, while an excellent device used to move and elaborate the story, the professionally edited and narrated cell phone video from the nurse is so unrealistic that it pulled me out of the movie for a moment. These are very minor criticisms and do not take away from the movie as a whole.

Overall, this film is a must-watch for anyone and will leave all viewers moved, whether they are comic book fans or not.
I want to like this movie but I just can't
Logan is a movie loosely based on the comic book Old Man Logan where an old retired wolverine takes a cross country trip in search of money and redemption. The comic book was great but I can't say the same for Logan. Many people say they love this movie and the dark rated R format really captures the true essence of the wolverine character which I agree with but as a movie, I just hated it.

The movie starts off strong with Wolverine dismantling a Mexican gang and the portrayal of an ill Professor X, but after that all that really happens is a boring back story of X-23, Wolverine yelling at X-23 and Charles, Logan and X-23 flailing their claws killing people, and more of Hugh Jackman yelling. By the time the movie was 2/3 through I couldn't take it anymore I was overwhelmed with boredom and bad acting (mostly from the actress who portrayed Laura/X-23).

Overall I just felt let down by the writers. They could've done so much more with the script but they kept it to a long boring Wolverine movie with an unnecessary ambiguous destruction of the X-Men and Mutants with very little Easter eggs on what actually happened. This movie completes the Wolverine trilogy of bad writing and a waste of the Wolverine character and Hugh Jackman.
real let down
on itself a just "ok" movie, could be so much better with some consistency & attention to details. In relation to the theme; horrifyingly bad! Characters do not match up with previous story lines/development etcetc.

**spoilers** (So as a stand alone movie 5 stars, otherwise -5). Directer really missed out on the essentials. Why are there no more mutants? What traumatized xavier? From what is Wolverine dying exactly? killer kids running away for a few soldiers? etcetc
Worst X-Men movie.
Only 2 X-Men are alive at the movie's beginning: Logan (Wolverine) and Charles Xavier. Xavier had inadvertently killed all other X-Men because of a "telepathic seizure" he had years prior.

Cyclops, Jean and Xavier-seemingly were all killed in "The Last Stand", which made a lot of people unhappy including me. But the timeline changing in "Days of Future Past" and all X-Men becoming alive again was a happy ending. The sadness of the deaths in "The Last Stand" was no longer there.

But now this ending with all X-Men dead (that too, in a such a bad fashion) has made these same people infuriated.

What was the point of the movie makers making the X-Men alive again in "Days of Future Past", when in the end they wanted to kill everybody?

At the conclusion of this movie, Logan and Xavier also killed.

This is the worst X-Men movie.
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