I've been in to Marvel comics, as well as DC, all my life. My dad was a comic guy, and I was for a while, into comics- not a guy! Anyway, I knew movies like this one were coming to an end, sooner than later, but that's okay. Everything good thing comes to an end, but when you BRING the end in such a powerful way, there's truly no end. The action, emotion and memories "Go on and on"...
There's something wrong with Logan. The Wolverine has come to a realization, and he's good with it. What he can't do is leave Professor Charles Xavier to his own demise. He's got issue too! There's so much in Logan's third, and final movie, that touch you before it even really begins! Then this girl shows up outta the blue- ready to handle Logan's life! He's not ready and doesn't deal with change well, as we all know, so it's made to raise the fun and action. I can't say much more about the plots of the movie without giving information away. What I can say is- this was a true Wolverine movie.
This is a Rated-R movie. There's a little nudity (limo scene), but the F-bomb... oh my goodness. About 50 times I think? And so many other words, but it was like real life. Who doesn't curse when the chips are down?! I'm a Christian and my hand is raised. Anyway, then there's the amazingly awesome, gratuitous gore- one scene a guy's head was removed with so much speed and force, it spun on the stump before falling away. That's COOL! And don't let me even get in to Laura's kills. The movie was vicious and full of expectance. If you don't know the story and the history of The X-Men, then you won't enjoy the movie. It's not peaches and cream and lives are taken.
Personally, I loved it and will own it, once iTunes picks it up. Only true fans will appreciate this flick.
Directed by James Mangold
Screenplay by Michael Green and David James Kelly
Starring Hugh Jackman, Patrick Stewart, Dafne Keen and Boyd Holbrook
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