Logan Reviews by Critics
Hugh Jackman’s Logan has received excellent reviews from Indian critics. The film is being called as the Dark Knight of X-Men franchise.
Avg Rating: 4.0/5
Logan Review by Bollywood Life
This may well be Hugh Jackman’s The Dark Knight. The unconventional superhero film is the fitting finale that the actor deserved. He couldn’t have asked for a better conclusion to the journey. It is a fact that no superhero movie has ever been nominated under the Best Film category at the Oscars but it is all set to change with this one. Nominations for Hugh Jackman and Sir Patrick Stewart won’t be a surprise either.
Logan Review by 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. Logan is a class apart in superhero dramas. Raw emotions and action power this film.
Logan Review by Indian Express
Hugh Jackman bids goodbye to X-Men universe and his role as Wolverine with Logan, which perfectly wraps up his film journey. It is a boon that we can rarely ask for in a superhero film, but Logan derives its power not just from those claws but those wielding them. Each one of the actors, starting from the terrific newcomer Keen and going up to Stewart, with a measured performance not one step out of the way, leaves its mark.
Logan Review by Times of India
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.
Logan Review by Firstpost
Logan is a violently nihilistic, at times quite depressing and also brutal social commentary on the current state of things in America. But more importantly, it’s the most perfect, emotionally resonant possible send-off to Hugh Jackman in his final performance as the titular character.
Logan Review by 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. It is the perfect swansong he could’ve got. Goodbye bub.
Logan Review by Bollywood Hungama
All in all, after decades of waiting, we finally see a Wolverine film that is befitting in all aspects to 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.