🎦 Logan full movie HD download (James Mangold) - 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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Well that was bleak.
I just finished watching Logan and--oh my God--what a dismal, dreary, dreadful and dumb bit of cinematic nihilism that was. Brutally and graphically and disturbingly violent too.

All those tremendous adventures the X-Men had in years past? All the times they defeated evil villains? The camaraderie, the sense of family--of a home for misfit mutant kids? The risks and victories and sacrifices? Yeah, it was all ultimately meaningless.

I can understand if they felt they needed to kill off the old X-Men but they did so in such a way as to make every previous X-Men movie and story appear to have been a foolish exercise in futility. A miserable and lonely future awaits, addled and alcoholic, only to be relieved by violent death. Yay.

This could have been an uplifting homage to the ideal of what the X-Men were. But Hugh & Patrick & Co. apparently decided they would rather go out with a sad whimper instead of a celebratory bang.
Grim entry into the Wolverine saga: a big improvement over its two antecedents
'Logan' continues the darkening trend in 'super-hero' movies, and being rated "R", was allowed to be gruesome in addition to being grim and dark. The plot is pretty thin: essentially 'Logan' is a 'bonding-during-a-road-trip' movie back-dropped by the X-Men mythos. The storyline allows Hugh Jackson and Patrick Stewart to showcase their acting abilities (a big step up for both from the 2D comic book characters they played in other entries in the franchise). There are a number of plot holes and inconsistencies, but that's nothing new for the genre and, all in all, the story is interesting and (spoilers hinted at) its position in the overall X-man/Wolverine story-arc allows outcomes not possible in earlier chapters. Probably as close to that oxymoron "an adult-superhero movie" as I've seen (other than the much superior "The Dark Knight"). A bit slow at times but generally watchable: not as great as some reviewers gush but a lot better than many of the entries in the Marvel (or DC) film-verse
May be worst superhero movie ever.
Simply dreadful. A travesty to the entire X-Men series. Vicious and violent, it has zero redeeming qualities. Nothing more needs saying, but 5 lines are required so I repeat...simply a dreadful film.travesty to the entire X-Men series. Vicious and violent, it has zero redeeming qualities. Nothing more needs saying,
Logan is another level
The best X-Men film alongside First Class. It felt gritty, it felt real with a sense of dread and hopelessness you don't often see in this comic-book blockbuster adaptations. It should be praised for doing things differently and really pushing the edge with what can or can't be done in the genre. The triangle between Logan, Charles and Laura works as the driving force of the plot, and is very well developed. Logan's character arch is quite pleasant to watch, though obviously predictable. With that said, the acting is clearly masterclass. You can feel the dilemmas, the emotions and feelings that the characters are put through, specially those three. And another thing it does really well is alluding to a previous event - the Charles incident - but never fully explaining it to the audience, leaving you wondering. The action is nothing like you'd expect from a tenthpole - the R rating really makes up for wonders - being quite visceral and impactful. "Logan" probably deserved a better villain, although one could argue that the real villain here is not the typical multinational corporation, but the inner demons of the characters. Demons that prevent them from living albeit normal and somewhat stable life.
Not bad for a superhero film
I usually can't stand modern superhero films, the only exception being parts of Nolan's Batman series. But the mood of the first half of "Logan" is quite reminiscent of Nolan's work, as it brings a realism and humanity to these familiar, fantastic characters. There's something fascinating about an old, broken down Wolverine limping around half-drunk. Maybe I'm strange, but I almost wish the entire movie was just like the beginning: documenting the uninspiring life of washed up superheros. However, they just couldn't help themselves and the film's final act devolves into the typical kind of nonsense I've come to expect from Marvel movies. It almost seems like a different film at the end from the one that started.

I can't help but feel this was a missed opportunity to make a true statement and break the mould of superhero movies (a rare thing indeed in today's world of movies by corporate committee). While "Logan" is entertaining and certainly worth watching, I was reminded of the 2016 film "Midnight Special," which also features a strange young child on the run, and perhaps does a better job of it.
Solid and entertaining effort, better then the rest of the Wolverine stand alone's.
With a bit more depth and dramatic flair then its predecessors, this is perhaps one of the best three or four superhero movies ever made, however it really could've explored those depths a bit further and flushed them out. While, I appreciate the effort, those giving this movie a ten , seem a bit enthusiastic about the overall scope of this film.

At the same time, I will find it hard to believe, anyone , could in reality bring The Wolverine more to life then Hugh Jackman did, some actors, seem born to play certain roles.

Overall? Worth the Watch!
Riddled with plot holes that ruined the experience
Acting and CGI was great, even the story was great too.

But the HUGE, HUGE, HUGEEEE plot holes killed it for me, making the film unbearable to watch.


1. Why did Logan not kill the Dr, the clone, and Donald Pierce while they were laying defenseless and half dead at the farm?

2. Why did the black farmer attempt to kill Logan after killing the shaved clone Logan? Logan was clearly standing in a non-aggressive manner and even let himself get shot without saying a word???

3. How did Charles Xaivier not detect that the Logan clone was not a mutant or not human? His power is to read minds and detect life... How didn't he realize a robot has just walked into the room and sense he was about to be killed???

4. The year is 2029 and the army has not developed the technology to capture kids safely? Hell even a net gun or taser would have worked better than tackling the kids? WTF. They even had harpoon guns that do not kill and they didn't use them on the kids, instead they just chase them through the forrest...

5. In the final scenes the children take turns using their power on Donald Pierce (just to make a cool montage), while Logan and Laura battle to death with the clone??

6. The children are trained to kill and have no fear, yet they run away (from no one) while letting Logan fight the clone alone? They were 20 to 1 and they decide that it's time to run?

7. Even though they were so pressed for time and had no time to save Logan, they make the time to have a burial for him? Also what the hell is with the cross they made? Were they taught religion while in killing school? Seems legit.

SO yeah these points infuriated me.. Feel free to comment and rebuttal my points as I am keen to find out how nobody else is seeing these loopholes...
When destiny calls
Film Review: "Logan" (2017)

I could not recall that there has been any film series as the story of the character of Wolverine, performed by always flourishing actor Hugh Jackman, who in 1999 at the age of 30 found his signature role in a mutant man, who has been able to heal in real-time in order to endure the most severe injuries imaginable and receive a metal polishing of his inner skeleton to become the ultimate weapon in modern warfare.

The journey of the character of Wolverine, created for the Marvel X-Men universe, finds his conclusion in this finally R-rated movie directed by James Mangold, who since season 2011/2012 indulged into the previously published graphic novel material on the character of Logan/Wolverine and substituted stepping-down Director Darren Aronofsky, who has not been willing spend two or more years of his life to build the atmosphere for a Finale Furioso, which in case of the Wolverine story needed to be two films directed by James Mangold in order to release "Logan" from all restraint, which had been build up over 17 years since the first "X-Men" movie directed by Bryan Singer released on July 14th 2000, which already subconsciously awakened the dream to visualize the emotional state of Logan through extreme acts of violence, due to his traumatized past of been changed into a running weapon, never still always seeking, which has been an essentially catch by the screenplay co-written by director James Mangold and Scott Frank, who put the character of Logan as Limousine driver at night and male nurse for Professor Charles Xavier, portrayed by Patrick Stewart in delirium-fading pin-pointed beats, on a road trip to find his destiny with a 10-year-old mutant girl named Laura, cloned from Wolverine's DNA in a lab in Mexico City, impressively acted by newcomer-actress Dafne Keen at his side in order to handover the torch of lively wisdom and fulfill his lifetime dream to feel compassion, tendering care toward love for Logan's character out of constant repeating conflicts of full frontal confrontation between Logan and Laura over ripping backpacks, food and nose-punching final destination calls.

Actor Hugh Jackman has holding the performer's ingredients and further indulges the anger, rage, control complexity in the otherwise beaten close to broken role of Old Man Logan in a setting of year 2029, where he guides his self-declared daughter Laura to a better life in a minor nature-embracing community of new mutants. As "Logan" marks the second installment directed by James Mangold after "The Wolverine" releasing in Summer 2013, which led the character of Logan to Japan to a much higher-action scaled picture of knife fights on speeding train advancing with 300mph and an 90-years-old Japanese entrepreneurs building metal Samurai Suits up to 12 feet high in order to confront ant extract Wolverine's bone gray matter; there finds "Logan" more intimate beats for 20% less the budget as on "The Wolverine", which had been rated with 120 Millions U.S. Dollars of initial production costs; "Logan" shows scene-involved characters mainly as humanized appearances, the mutant factors are skillfully integrated to such an extent of urgent violence in an given fight scene that the film becomes easily the most entertaining part of all three stand-alone Wolverine movies since 2009.

Technically flawlessly and surprisingly agile-captured cinematography by John Mathieson, who using combining tracking shots with shifting vertical and horizontal planes to provide any angle necessary, keeping the tension screw on through the film. Production Design by Francois Audouy presents itself solid, close to timeless, yet can hardly surprise by making distinguished notion in the scenery, despite Professor X's home domicile in the Mexican desert. All action within a given environment in "Logan", ranging from exterior parking spaces in shady blacks, abandoned desert factory in day-light striking yellows and grey-green hues within the concluding 12-minutes sequence of a nothing-to-ask-for showdown in the Northwest Woods of Northern American, benefiting the main character's progression toward the end as before when a sticky-cliché-loaded dinner scene at a farmer's family home turn into full scale body-counting blood-bath raid under well infused sound design and soundtrack elements by composer Marco Beltrami, leaves me asking that tent-pole productions at some time in the upcoming installments for "The Avengers" for Buena Vista International (Disney Enterprises) and "Justice League" at Warner Bros. Pictures need the final cuts to be allowed to do such stunt work of full contact proportions too.

© 2017 Felix Alexander Dausend (Cinemajesty Entertainments LLC)
Over all pretty good of a movie!!!
It could had been better with the story line,but they did a pretty okay job with the daughter father relationship!!!Also how she saves her dad from everyone just doesn't make any sense for the fact that the father (wolverine)should always be the alpha and not lay on his back while his daughter fight's the battles for him!
Do not watch
If you want to find intelligent people who are actually capable of reviewing a movie, then you have those here who have voted miserably for this movie The movie is full of errors and the story line is extremely predictable Following are some of the issues I found 1) Majority of the movie is cliché, you have a failing superhero, his ailing mentor and a young prodigy in a journey to save the young one. The mentor is taken out by the villain, makes the superhero very angry who in the end sacrifices himself, killing the villain and the young one goes free into an unclear future. Any person should be able to predict the ending of the movie after just watching 10 minutes of the start and here are people comparing this with the Dark Knight!!!! Unbelievable!!!! 2) The prey seems to be running after the predator in the movie. The kids with superpowers are already trained as shown in the movie. They are not poor scared souls, they are lethal, mentally and physically. You can see glimpses of that during the end, when they kill off the mercenaries ruthlessly. With their unique powers combined, its a surprise they were even once contained in a facility. Sometimes you can see the kinds wimping and crying and few moments later they freeze someone off or electrocute someone without remorse. 3) Logan witnesses a group of drones towards the end which makes him realize that the kids are in danger. Why on earth would a dozen surveillance drones move around in a bunch? Shouldn't they be spread out to do their job better or was their job to get noticed by wolverine 4) X-24 was shot by an adamantium bullet in the end which blew half his head off. When wolverine was shot by that bullet in X Men Origins he only lost his memory, another inconsistency. 5) Professor X knew well that they had a vicious mercenary group hell bent after them. Why on Earth would he then suggest that they spend the night at the Munsons'? That's the most stupid thing to do. Oh yes now I get it why, its so that the mutant wolverine can be introduced in the movie and it was the perfect time for him to die. Killed by someone who he thought was Logan, that's sure to get a lot of sympathy right there. 6)Logan clearly knows that they are supposed to keep a low profile, in spite of that he picks up a fight with the Reavers 7) The producers had this project nicely figured out. Kill Wolverine, kill professor X, earn a lot of sympathy and thereby earn a lot of money. Also keep a bunch of mutant kids alive so that in case they fall short of lunch money, well you know what they will be working on. There are scores of mistakes with the story line but I do not wish to waste any more of my time so my advice for those who haven't watched this movie yet, don't.
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