Excellent, Without a doubt!!
Excellent, a Must See
A terrific literary drama and character piece that shows how the process of creating art can be seen differently by those doing it and those looking at it from the outside.
The movie's neither hopeful in contrived ways, nor hopeless in different contrived ways. Somehow it manages to be wonderful
I just finished watching LOGAN and -oh my god- what a dismal , outraging, dreadful and dumb bit of cinematic nihilism.. best marvel movie so far . although, it's too sad watching a era of x-man heroes goes... makes you feel old and a little bit lonely somehow..
This is a cinematic masterpiece. James brought us something special; a superhero movie that focuses mainly on chemistry and connection than generic, overused action. Dafne Keen stole this movie: badass scenes, interesting back story, and amazing acting. Hugh Jackman and Patrick Stewart's characters aging and suffering from deep depression was something I never knew a superhero movie can execute. All around fantastic, ties with the dark knight.
I honestly don't understand why both Deadpool movies are preferred over this piece of art. The dialogue is like poetry and it learned a lot from Ang Lee's Hulk. The pacing is better than most comic book films because it allows much more character development and much less visual effects.The acting, especially from Jackman and Stewart are high points.Skip all of the other comic book films except Ang Lee's Hulk and you will understand why I prefer quality over quantity.James Mangold helped deliver a somber, heartwarming and memorable film for the 21st century.
High Jackman's farewell performance could've only gone out on a high note, and the short answer is YES. James Mangold finally gets to shine as the writer/director of this Oscar nominated film. Taking inspiration from the Old-Man Logan storyline, but crafting an original story. The script is beautiful and the rating serves the story well, it's not in favor of violence like Deadpool, but instead services the story and the characters that inhabit it. Jackman delivers what is probably his best performance as the character, he finally gets to go all in and in turn delivers something emotional, action-packed, and poignant, but you can't give him all of the credit. Patrick Stewart and Dafne Keen make this film just as much as our lead. Stewart delivers a heartbreaking and beautifully underrated performance as the ailing Prof. X that will make you cry, laugh, and feel all kinds of emotion, and Keen is no exception. Another underrated performance Keen gives a feisty and emotion rich character, that more than holds her own with the veteran actors she is placed against. There is absolutely nothing wrong I can say about this film. Head my advice, give it a watch and I guarantee you'll love it even if you aren't a fan of the previous films (but it definitely helps)