Even though it suffers from a very non-generic and mundane villain, and there are easily lots of flaws in screenplay and plot development, Its still way better than the prequel, the new characters also don't seem to be a burden as was in the case of BvS. Hopefully this franchise keeps getting better with every movie.
"I can always tell when adults are about to cry."
My 2nd film by Sean Baker takes place on the rural suburbs of Florida where a single mom and her kid try to make a living as hardships begin to rise. This movie is so genuine and realistic that it could pass out as a documentary. Every aspect in this film, from the handheld camera movements and to the shot compositions seems so original and life-like. The acting for me…
"Nature made me a freak. Man made me a weapon. And God made it last too long."
Saw Logan on the first day of its release in my country and its nothing like your average superhero film. At times it had the Dark and Serious tone of something expected from a DC Film.
Easily, the 2 best aspects about this film were The Action Scenes and the Rated R scenes.
There were a lot of curse words used by Hugh…
”Sometimes to love someone, you got to be a stranger.”
A bit biased on the rating, main reason being the prequel is my all time favourite film.
For the most part, Denis has done a fantastic and remarkable job in creating an atmosphere similiar to the original. The Cinematography by Roger Deakins is absolutely jaw dropping. There are so many picturesque scenes in the film that I can’t really pinpoint his best shot in the film. The score is obviously…