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If you watched the FFG Haul video for Black Friday 2017, then you know Logan was shown. If not click here to see it and other FFG Haul videos. I was not sure if I would review Logan or not. After watching it, I knew I had to sound off on this movie. Why? There was such wasted potential. There was so much needless garbage in Logan.

The issues families will have with Logan is blood, gore, violence, bad language, nudity, pro suicide, and more. The language is absolutely horrible in Logan. It was not needed, and really distracts from what could have been an interesting movie with some interesting concepts. The blood and gore is also way over the top in Logan. Things like nudity felt thrown in. I am surprised Logan did not earn the NC-17 rating from the MPAA.

The year is 2029 and most of the mutants are gone. It is referenced in Logan but not exactly explained. The Reavers (part human, part robot) are hunting down children who escaped from a laboratory. These children are laboratory grown mutants. There have not been mutants born in some time. X-23 is Logans biological daughter since they had some of Wolverines DNA.

Logan is dying in this movie. His healing factor is finally diminishing and the adamantium is poisoning him. Or so he thinks. Again certain plot points of Logan are not completely revealed. A character thinks something but does not get it checked out for certain. Professor X is old, going senile and having seizures. When he has a seizure everyone with a block or so is completely frozen.

There are references to God in Logan. Too many characters in Logan die needlessly. SPOILER ALERT! Logan and Professor X both die in Logan. As far as we know the only mutants left at the end of Logan are the kids who were grown in a lab. In a way Logan deals with end of the life, growing old, getting dependent on drugs, and passing things on to the next generation.

The bonus content on Logan is Deleted Scenes with Optional Audio Commentary, and Audio Commentary. Both of the audio commentaries are with the director James Mangold. I value Logan at one penny. Too much needless bad language, too much blood, gore, and violence, and other things thrown in there for no intelligent reason. Logan is a let down in so many ways. Logan is weak, pathetic, and his daughter is shown as way more powerful.
- Paul


Graphics: 10%
Sound: 10%
Replay/Extras: 30%
Gameplay: 40%
Family Friendly Factor: 10%

System: DVD
Publisher: 20th Century Fox
Developer: Marvel Entertainment
Rating: 'R' - Restricted. Under 17 requires accompanying parent or adult guardian. {for strong brutal violence and language throughout, and for brief nudity}

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