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Logan must now protect the girl and battle the dark forces that want to capture her. James Mangold. May 16, Hugh Jackman Logan.
Patrick Stewart Charles. Dafne Keen Laura. Richard E. Grant Dr. Doris Morgado Maria. Boyd Holbrook Pierce.
Stephen Merchant Caliban. Eriq La Salle Will Munson. Elise Neal Kathryn Munson. Elizabeth Rodriguez Gabriela. James Mangold Director.
James Mangold Screenwriter. Michael Green Screenwriter. Scott Frank Screenwriter. Hutch Parker Producer. Simon Kinberg Producer. Lauren Shuler Donner Producer.
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September 14, Rating: 3. July 2, Rating: A- Full Review…. May 11, Full Review…. View All Critic Reviews Jan 01, I think we need to talk about the X-Men, most specifically Wolverine for a bit.
When I was a young child, I loved the X-Men. In fact, my three favorite superheroes had to have been Spider-Man, Batman and, of course, you might have guessed, Wolverine.
I think Venom and Beast were a notch below that to close out my top five as a kid. I don't remember dressing up as a Spider-Man, but I may have worn a mask or two.
I don't think my fandom of these three heroes shaped my childhood as much as The Simpsons did, which I also grew up loving, but I do have very fond memories of my time spent with these heroes and their stories.
Fast-forward to and the original X-Men movie comes out which, as far as I can remember, is the first Marvel movie to, you know, be any good.
There was a Punisher with Dolph Lundgren that, apparently, was not very good depending who you ask. A year a later the first Captain America movie came out and it was somehow even worse than the Punisher.
At the time DC was killing it with Burton's first Batman film, so Marvel was playing catch-up in terms of quality. So, really, at the time X-Men came out, it was kind of the saving grace for Marvel.
It allowed them to successfully transition most, if not all early-to-mid s Daredevil, Elektra come to mind immediately, of their heroes to commercially and critically successful movies.
I'm not saying that without X-Men's success that the MCU would not have existed, but it certainly made it more viable than it was prior to X-Men's release.
The end for the original X-Men film trilogy, obviously, came with The Last Stand, which wasn't that good.
The franchise, after The Last Stand, needed rebooting and, in , came the first Wolverine movie. I remember really hating this movie with a passion.
Like I loathed it, I remember being really fucking pissed off at how much of a joke Gambit was made out to be, particularly considering the potential that character had to be really fucking cool.
On the Wolverine front however, in terms of standalone films, we got The Wolverine in A lot has been said about this movie, with some even regarding it as one of the finest superhero movies ever made.
A movie that defies the typical conventions associated with the genre to create something meaningful, with strong characters you care about and surprising emotional depth.
And with that, I must say that this movie is quite unlike every superhero movie I've ever seen. It's not about Thanos killing all life on earth with this Infinity Stones.
It's not about the Joker causing chaos in Gotham. This movie is about one man saving his soul by helping Laura, a girl created from is DNA by this biotechnology company intent on, of course, creating soldiers from scratch, cross the border into Canada to, hopefully, find a safe haven there.
It's about Logan's slow deterioration. He still heals, but it's not nearly as effective as it used to be anymore and he's in constant pain, so he's turned to alcohol as a painkiller.
His abilities are nowhere near as good as they used to be either. One of the many things that I like about this movie is the fact that Logan carries the weight of everything that has happened to him.
Not just in terms of all the battles he's fought, the wars he's been in. I mean the loss of his friends, as him, Xavier and Caliban, officially, are the last X-Men alive.
The movie takes place in , 25 years after the birth of the last mutant. The same biotechnology company that is creating these mutant children from scratch are also the ones, whose experiments, responsible for, essentially, exterminating the mutants, as it were.
As far as Charles Xavier is concerned, however, much like Logan, his health has deteriorated to the point that he is not the same.
You see, Xavier suffers from a form of dementia that, without medication, causes some severe seizures that leaves anyone in the vicinity suffering from temporary paralysis.
If it goes on long enough, people could actually die. With that said, there was an incident prior to the film's events where Xavier suffered one of these seizures that injured hundreds and killed seven of the other X-Men.
None are ever named and this incident is only talked about in the movie, it is never shown. And that's what I love about this world, the actions of the past have relevance to what we are seeing now, as it should be.
The reason I mention that is because it adds to the feeling that this world existed prior to us joining Logan for his last journey. Xavier's last incident forces Logan to hide Xavier in Mexico and having Caliban look after him in this abandoned smelting plant.
Logan and Xavier have suffered the consequences of their actions and you can see it in the body language they display and their attitude towards each other.
Logan and Xavier have a more antagonistic relationship than they ever have in the past, but that's as a result of the past and I do think the movie does a great job of that.
In spite of them not showing you anything of what happened to Logan and Xavier in the time since we last saw them, you know that they've been struggling.
Emotionally and physically. This opens the door to explore some different angles to tell a story within the context of a superhero movie.
To say that this movie is more like a noir western than it is a superhero movie is kind of an understatement. And the film wears its western influences on its sleeves, quite openly.
But it uses those influences to craft a new story, something unprecedented in the superhero world. The characters, more than any other film in this genre that I've seen, drive the narrative forward.
It's not the action, it's not the special effects. It's the actors and their performances that carry the movie forward.
This is a fantastic movie by any standard, it's not JUST a great superhero movie. And that's something that a lot of the films in the MCU fail to achieve.
They're great superhero movies, period. And I'm not saying that there's anything wrong with that, it's just that that means that a lot of these movies end up playing it safe in terms of its approach they take to the visual and narrative aspects of their films.
That's a major problem the MCU has faced throughout their ten years of existence. Visually and thematically, the MCU have got this homogenized look and feel and, never, has anyone sort of ventured from that.
I love Black Panther and it is, quite possibly, the best film in the MCU yet and one of the best of last year thanks to its thoughtful narrative , but it still fits within that mold that Marvel has created.
It doesn't really attempt to explore new avenues to tell a story that are not associated with the genre.
There's no real attempts to, truly, transcend the genre like, really, only one film has done. That film is, obviously, The Dark Knight.
This movie is the other. And, if I'm being honest, I find that this movie even goes farther than The Dark Knight ever did in terms of pushing the genre past its normal boundaries.
It still very much feels like a superhero movie pushed to its extreme, in a good way. Even The Dark Knight still revolves around the Joker threatening to destroy Gotham and causing untold amounts of destruction, injuring thousands of nameless and, mostly, faceless people.
This movie is about two men, Logan and Charles, helping this girl reach a safe haven for mutants, all children like her, across Canada.
There's no threat to the universe, the threat is to Laura and the rest of the mutant children that Alkali was hoping to turn into soldiers, the threat is to Logan's sou; as, again, he's been broken by everything that he's gone through.
I love that stripped down approach. It tells personal story, more so than any superhero film ever made.
Black Panther is the only thing that comes close. I love Hugh Jackman's portrayal of Logan, he is tremendous here.
He is a man who, and this is a trait Wolverine has had throughout the franchise, of now knowing who he is. He, even at this point in his life, hasn't found who he is as a result of how he was created and what he was created for.
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By continuing to use TMDb, you are agreeing to this policy. Sign up and join the community. Using the image of Logan at a funeral as an example of his stylistic logic,  Mangold concluded by mentioning the aspects within modern filmmaking, primarily everything in close-up format.
For Logan , his aim was to set frames that are descriptive, and evocative of comic-book panels and classical filmmaking. Logan premiered at the 67th Berlin International Film Festival on February 17, , in Berlin, Germany ,  where it was selected to be screened out of competition   alongside The Bar , Final Portrait , The Midwife , T2 Trainspotting , and Viceroy's House ,   before screening in the United States , where it was given a wide release on March 3, In it, Deadpool notices a man getting robbed, and springs into action—but first has to change into his costume in a phone booth.
As he is finishing up, the man is shot; the short film ends with Deadpool commenting on the strangeness of the phone booth's presence, and eating the man's ice cream.
The teaser met with positive reviews. Ryan Reynolds posted an extended version of the teaser via his YouTube channel the day after the film's release.
Prior to the confirmation that the then-untitled Logan would be his final appearance in the X-Men film franchise, Jackman initially denied such rumors.
Jackman stated that he was inspired by Michael Keaton 's performance in Birdman , and wished to portray the character of Wolverine until his death.
The image, coupled with the hashtag " OneLastTime", signified that the film would be his last appearance as Logan, and officially announced his decision to stop playing the character he had been portraying for the past 17 years.
During an appearance on The Dr. Oz Show in May , Jackman clarified the confusion over the conflicting sentiments, by stating bluntly that the film would be his final portrayal as the character; he said, "This will be my last one, it is my last time.
It just felt like it was the right time to do it, and let's be honest, 17 years. I never thought in a million years it would last, so I'm so grateful to the fans for the opportunity of playing it.
I kind of have in my head what we're going to do in this last one. It just feels like this is the perfect way to go out.
It's not about finishing on top, necessarily, but making sure you're, creatively, still got something left, which propels you into the whatever's next.
In December , Ryan Reynolds revealed that he had been trying to convince Jackman to re-sign for a Wolverine and Deadpool crossover film.
Urging fans to campaign online, he stated, "I want Deadpool and Wolverine in a movie together. What we're gonna have to do is convince Hugh. If anything, I'm going to need to do what I can to get my internet friends back on board to help rally another cause down the line.
Hugh Jackman is one of the best human beings. But the timing may be wrong. The first call I made was to [director James Mangold]. I said, 'Jim, I got one more shot at this,' and as soon as Jim came up with the idea and we worked on it, I was never more excited.
But, it feels like the right time. Deadpool, go for it man, do your thing. You don't need me. Jackman expressed interest in continuing to play Wolverine had the character been brought into the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Jackman elaborated, "If that was on the table when I made my decision, it certainly would have made me pause. That's for sure.
Because I always love the idea of him within that dynamic, with the Hulk obviously, with Iron Man but there's a lot of smarter people with MBAs who can't figure that out.
You never know. At the moment, honestly, if I really did have them there, I probably wouldn't have said this is the last.
It just feels like this is the right time [to leave the character]. Amid rumors of Disney's prospective acquisition of 20th Century Fox's film division , it was revealed such a deal would indeed allow the X-Men related characters to appear in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
During press for The Greatest Showman , Jackman addressed his earlier statements and whether he would come out of retirement and reprise the role should the deal go through.
Jackman stated that while he noted the irony and felt some initial disappointment upon learning the news, he planned on standing by his decision to retire from the role.
And every time I saw an Avengers movie I could just see Wolverine in the middle of all of them like punching them all on the head. But it was like, "Oh well, that's not gonna happen," and it was interesting just when I first saw that headline—it was just the possibility of it and who knows what's gonna happen, obviously—I was like, "Hang on!
As for the other principals and their prospective futures; although Patrick Stewart had stated that Logan would be the final time he played the role of Professor X,    he later said that he would be willing to return to the role in Deadpool 2 or the Legion TV series.
In April , Fox decided not to showcase its upcoming movie releases, including Logan , at Hall H at San Diego Comic-Con , as the studio felt it could not prevent the piracy of custom trailers and exclusive footage routinely screened for fans in attendance.
On October 20, , 20th Century Fox released a second teaser trailer to promote Logan ,  following a six-second sneak peek the prior day.
But none On April 29, , James Mangold announced via Twitter that a black-and-white version of the film entitled Logan Noir would have a limited theatrical run in U.
Mangold stated that it was shot as a color film, with awareness that it would play well as a black and white film. The film was re-graded and timed shot by shot for the Noir edition.
Five hundred and eighty theatres were premium large-format screens. However, by the time of its release, the film met with critical and commercial success and a robust opening.
However, US forecasters believed that it could post an even higher opening if it were to overperform in major markets—most notably China.
It opened day-and-date in almost every major market except Japan, where Doraemon the Movie was released. Fox ultimately decided to postpone the film's release there in order to avoid competition.
Nevertheless, the film is still trimmed by 14 minutes, totaling minutes. It is very likely that the move was due to usual censorship by the State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television , because of the violence depicted.
This marked the second-biggest X-Men opening in the country, trailing behind only Apocalypse. Tracking showed that the film opened with 85, screenings on Friday, which increased to about 95, on Saturday and Sunday, from a 9.
According to Fox, that was the highest debut for any X-Men title in the territory, marginally ahead of X-Men: Apocalypse.
While the debut was not enough to break any significant records, it ranked as the second-biggest opening weekend for a Hollywood release in the January—March quarter, behind Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.
The website's critical consensus reads, "Hugh Jackman makes the most of his final outing as Wolverine with a gritty, nuanced performance in a violent but surprisingly thoughtful superhero action film that defies genre conventions.
Dowd of The A. Club gave an 'A-' and said that "[the film] manages to deliver the visceral goods, all the hardcore Wolverine action its fans could desire, while still functioning as a surprisingly thoughtful, even poignant drama—a terrific movie, no 'comic-book' qualifier required".
When it's not showering you in blood, it's trying to make you spill tears. With his glimpse into what superhero movies can be, James Mangold has given us something sadly lacking in recent genre entries: hope.
Most importantly, Logan has characters with which you identify and about whom you care. It's not just 'great for a superhero movie', it's a great movie for any genre.
Brian Truitt of USA Today said, "Easily the best Wolverine outing, Logan is [the] Dark Knight of the mutant-filled X-franchise, a gripping film that transcends the comic-book genre by saying something important.
Anthony Lane of The New Yorker was underwhelmed, commenting on the film's parallel with Shane, "These quiet images from Shane brand themselves on the mind, and the gunshots come as an overwhelming release, whereas when Logan and Laura unleash their furious scythes nothing feels settled or satisfied.
For all the breathless talk about how Logan transcends the superhero genre, there's nothing groundbreaking about a road trip movie in which adults try to elude the bad guys to protect a super-special child.
But that doesn't necessarily make it a good movie. In October , it was reported that director James Mangold had begun writing a sequel to Logan , tentatively titled Laura , focusing on Laura and the continuation of her story, with Logan being represented with archive footage of Jackman.
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Release date. Running time. Hugh and I have been talking about what we would do since we were working on the last one, and for both of us it was this requirement that, to be even interested in doing it, we had to free ourselves from some assumptions that had existed in the past, and be able to change the tone a bit.
Not merely to change for change's sake, but also to make something that's speaking to the culture now, that's not just the same style—how many times can they save the world in one way or another?
How can we construct a story that's built more on character and character issues, in a way as if it almost wasn't a superhero movie, yet it features their powers and struggles and themes?
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