Logan Movie Review – The action superhero movie Logan is released worldwide today. The film is directed by James Mangold and produced by Hutch Parker, Simon Kinberg, and Lauren Shuler Donner. The film featuring the Marvel Comics character Wolverine, played by Hugh Jackman.
Rating: 4/5 Stars (Four stars)
Star Cast: Hugh Jackman, Patrick Stewart, Dafne Keen
Director: James Mangold
1.) Rating: 4/5. Review by Surabi Redkar on Koimoi
Logan is a worthy watch for all the Wolverine fans. Those expecting the film to be all shiny X-Men type action will be disappointed. This is gritty, raw and an unabashed slasher in action.
2.) Rating: 4/5. Review by Zeenia Baria on Times of India
After 17 years of playing one of the most popular characters in the X-Men franchise, Hugh Jackman (Wolverine/ Logan) naturally has a lot riding on his hunky shoulders in Logan — the third and last installment in the solo Wolverine series. Don’t expect to see the X-Men in all their glory because the characters have aged and been through the fires. What makes the movie different from other superhero flicks is the way director James Mangold has dealt with the subject — without hesitating to show his ageing superheroes go into battle while they fight their own inner demons. Also, the highlight of the film is Jackman’s compelling performance.
3.) Rating:4/5. Review by Rohan Naahar on Hindustan Times
Logan’s cinematic journey began 17 years ago in a forest. He was making money fighting in cages. A young girl saved him then, she showed him what it was like to have a family, what it felt like to be good. In Logan, it takes another girl to show him who he really is, to remind him that his life was worth something.
4.) Rating: 3/5. Review by Bollywood Hungama
All in all, after decades of waiting, we finally see a Wolverine film that is befitting in all aspects of the character. Though the film acts as a final ode to Wolverine, it more than justifies and takes his legacy forward in the form of X-23. A definite must watch for X-Men and Wolverine fans.
5.) Rating: 4.5/5. Review by Shalini Langer on Indian Express
The film is overwrought at times, overextends its stay in making its way towards a sequel, and there is too much gratuitous violence, including of bystanders. However, at a time when the world is intent on marginalizing ‘The Other’, Logan spells out unflinchingly the consequences of branding people “right” and “wrong”. “Brands that stick” — as the film tells us.