Andy Trieu reviews Logan!
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1 Mar 2017 - 12:53 PM  UPDATED 1 Mar 2017 - 12:55 PM

Hugh jackman is back as Wolverine, potentially for the last time. Now working as a Limo driver near El Paso Texas, Logan runs into trouble from the get-go, as expected.

 

No more PG ratings though - this is an all out graphic comic book film with blood, broken bones and flesh. The movie gut punches your face in the first five minutes.

 

Following on from the success of Deadpool’s +R rating, LOGAN is filled with highly violent fight scenes and non-censored potty mouth language. Think twice before taking little ones… they may learn a few things.

The cast is superb with Patrick Stewart returning as Charles Xavier, and a new mutant that carries similar abilities as Wolverine's “Laura” played by Dafine Keen. Long-story-short, Laura complicates Logan's already not so comfortable life and makes it a living hell. He must overcome extreme odds to take care of this mysterious girl for mysterious reasons that I won’t spoil.

This movie is hands down the coolest superhero film I’ve ever seen because Jackman’s Logan is deep, visually stunning, and will leave you thinking long after it’s done…

**Oh BTW 9/10**

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