This movie is the best punch in the face you'll ever receive. Hilarious and magestically cut together. It's a knitted scarf of anger, hatred, love and humanity. One I'll rewatch for sure, because for a long time I struggled to see where it was going with just how polarising and indigestable almost every character was.
"hurr durr i read a bible once"
- big daz aronofskles
Seriously though, if you can get past Jennifer Lawrence's resting "I'm really worried" face, and the fact it loves itself so damn much. This film is undoubtedly terrifying and intense. JLaw says they only called it a horror so they could prepare the audience,but god damn if it isn't unsettling. Michelle Pfieffer is my worst nightmare in life.
An excellent look at the divide between high class and popular culture and the ignorance that one is more relevant than the other is. Also an excellent way of looking at how actors will view themselves in the contexts of their popularity despite that not really being something that really matters at all.
The cinematography style was flawless and well executed making the film flow almost as if it was the theatre.
This is a story about ordinary people, with extraordinary abilities just trying to live their lives. Or in the case of Logan himself, living without even knowing why anymore. It's a road movie. It's a thriller. It's an action movie, but most of all, Logan is living proof that the superhero genre still has a hell of a lot of staying power, giving the most unique, ambitious, and risky depiction of a Superhero franchise yet.
It's Patrick Stewart's best performance…