2017 | 137 minutes | Rated R

17 years after X-Men kick-started the superhero genre, we get something like Logan. Something that isn't just a great superhero movie, but a great movie. No disclaimers, no curve: Logan is fantastic. Make no mistake: Logan is such a superhero movie—such an X-Men movie—that at one point Logan (Hugh Jackman) flips through an X-Men comic featuring his spandexed alter ego, Wolverine. He's not impressed. "Maybe a quarter of it happened," he grumbles, "and not like this." Despite his crankiness, Logan is full of the same stuff as the yellowed pages of X-Men and Wolverine: superpowered mutants. Nefarious evildoers. A rock-solid belief that violence fixes everything. But for all Logan's nods to genre—and it's as much a western as a superhero movie—it's about bigger things, too.


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Film Credits
James Mangold
Hugh Jackman, Patrick Stewart, Dafne Keen, Richard Grant, Doris Morgado, Boyd Holbrook, Stephen Merchant, Eriq La Salle, Elise Neal, Elizabeth Rodriguez, Quincy Fouse