Logan 2017

By on May 21, 2017

Your kids probably really want to see Logan, and who can blame them? It looks awesome, and it is awesome. But it’s also awesomely violent. They really luxuriate in their R-rating here, allowing Hugh Jackman’s title character to make the most of the damage he can do with those Adamantium claws. You would not believe the wide variety of body parts they can pierce in the blink of an eye. This is Jackman’s final outing as the iconic X-Men character, and while director James Mangold’s film is tinged with a gritty melancholy, it’s also repeatedly, explosively thrilling. An ailing Logan wants to leave the drama of his life as Wolverine behind, but he gets dragged back into action when he’s asked to care for a little girl (Dafne Keen) with whom he’s got a surprising amount in common. Young viewers may ask if they can see this, especially if they’re comic book fans or if they’ve seen previous X-Men movies. Say: “No.” This takes the blood and gore to a whole new level. Teenagers can handle this, but it’s not appropriate for anyone younger.
Out in theatres June 1, Age 14+

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