Directed and written by James Mangold with the screenplay by Scott Frank and Michael Green ‘Logan’ is the last installment to 'The Wolverine Trilogy'.
The film is set in the year of 2029, where the mutant population has shrunk significantly and the X-Men have disbanded. With his powers to self-heal dwindling, Logan (Hugh Jackman) is a weary old man, struggling with a haunting past and a hopeless future, has surrendered himself to alcohol and earns a living as a chauffeur, caring for an ailing old friend Charles Xavier (Patrick Stewart), who suffers through degenerative brain disease, which is the last thing a man with the most powerful mind in the world would be willing to possess. Along with all of the adversities in his life, he crosses paths with a young mutant, who turns out to be very much like him.
Despite of a very foreseeable story-line you do get to see some unpredictable moments that can literally shake your world, and for that, I would have to bow down to James Mangold, for sure he is a man made of gold, his way of conducting the film, with the adequate help of Scott Frank and Michael Green in writing screenplay resulted in a very delightful manner, people cannot deny to have relatability of their emotional life to this film’s profound message.
“I knew that it would be my last and I wanted to be able to sleep at nights, satisfied, that I have done everything for the character” – Hugh Jackman
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Here are some talented monsters that can replace Hugh Jackman.
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1. TOM HARDY
2. JON BERNTHAL