Hugh Jackman’s final appearance as Wolverine seems like a great farewell and you gotta believe this as we are revealing the same thing in this Logan review. Don’t worry it’s spoiler free.
First thing first, this movie is by far the best Wolverine movie ever made and the story unfolds the life of Old Man Logan who is hiding with Professor Charles Xavier somewhere near US-Mexico Border (Is that why Trump is building that wall? :P).
His cover is blown when a young mutant, X-23 finds him and brings a lot of trouble with her. He then observes her and finds out that she is just like him. She is full of rage, anger, and heat just like Logan.
I won’t be overloading the story and I have included this introduction just because it is available as the synopsis of the movie.
The movie’s tone is intense and dark and that was something the studio was worried about but as it seems, the final cut is something every Wolverine fan wanted from a long time now.
This movie is finally the movie Wolverine deserved and what every director wanted to tell in their Wolverine adaptations. The better thing about it is that it would be the final appearance of Hugh Jackman as Wolverine and it is just the perfect way to say goodbye.
The movie never loses its pace and always keeps a gripping suspense in the next scene and the balanced amount of emotion, heartbreak, action, drama is just what we all wanted.
The first thing that will come to your mind after watching Logan would be that why Hugh Jackman is leaving Wolverine at the time when things are getting just perfect.
But everything happens for a reason and now as whatever is decided, we have to live with that. Now, I think it’s time to end this Logan review. We would be back with more details about the collection and all. Stay Tuned!
Logan Releasing on 3rd March 2017.