Rating: 9 stars
Seen 1 time
Seen on: 03/02/2017
In the near future, a weary Logan cares for an ailing Professor X in a hideout on the Mexican border. But Logan’s attempts to hide from the world and his legacy are upended when a young mutant arrives, pursued by dark forces.
Rated R | Length 137 minutes
Gregory Paul Valdez | Michael Love Toliver | Gonzalo Robles | Gentry Lee | Daymond C. Roman | Mary Peyton Stewart | Justin Lebrun | Donald M. Krause | Natosha Humphrey | Lizeth Hutchings | Christopher Heskey | Julia Holt | Juan Gaspard | Ted Ferguson | David Paris | Robert Vargas | David Kallaway | Mali O'Connor | Cynthia Woods | Damon Carney | Kelton DuMont | Sebeon Jackson | Hudson Wright | Ella Rowbotham | Noell Jellison | Emma Teo | Nayah Murphy | Haley Glass | Vincenzo Lucatorto | Chase Cubia | Aidan Kennedy | Salef Celiz | Han Soto | Rissa Rose Kilar | Eyad Elbitar | Panuvat Anthony Nanakornpanom | Toby Holguin | Evan Dane Taylor | Craig Henningsen | Victor Winters-Junco | Robert Wu | Joe Williams | John Bernecker | Bryan Sloyer | Baxter Humby | Michael Lehr | Daniel Hernández | Ned Yousef | James Moses Black | Lara Grice | Katie Anne Mitchell | Doris Morgado | Vanessa Cloke | John Raymond | Lauren Gros | David Simpson | Chester Rushing | Phi Vu | Bryce Romero | James Handy | Mark Ashworth | Lennie Loftin | Dave Davis | Jimmy Gonzales | Parker Lovein | Alison Fernandez | Ashlyn Casalegno | Bryant Tardy | Hannah Westerfield | Jayson Genao | Maureen Brennan | Matt McClain | Garrett Hammond | Aaron Matthews | Sebastian James | Andrew Arrabito | Keith Jardine | Clinton Roberts | Chris Palermo | Jeremy Fitzgerald | Jef Groff | Jean Claude Leuyer | Rocky Abou-Sakher | Paul Andrew O'Connor | Luke Hawx | Brandon Melendy | Ryan Sturz | Daniel Bernhardt | Stephen Dunlevy | Reynaldo Gallegos | Krzysztof Soszynski | Frank Gallegos | Anthony Escobar | Al Coronel | Quincy Fouse | Elise Neal | Eriq La Salle | Richard E. Grant | Elizabeth Rodriguez | Stephen Merchant | Boyd Holbrook | Patrick Stewart | Dafne Keen | Hugh Jackman
Best Wolverine movie. Best X-men movie. Best non-X-men X-men movie. All in all it just feels like a different movie despite needing most of the previous films to set the table. I love Dafne Keen sooooo much. Hope she goes on to have a nice and productive career but if this is all she does, that’s still a helluva accomplishment. Jackman/Stewart are typically great but it’s Keen that glues this film together and gives it weight. Her “intro” might be favorite sequence in any film over the last year.