Logan Review – Chris Stuckmann

Chris Stuckmann reviews Logan.

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8 Comments on "Logan Review – Chris Stuckmann"

SpikeGal
Guest

Poor guy, he looks so pale and he’s literally sweating. Don’t kill yourself for US, Chris. We love you, but don’t put yourself through this just to give us reviews. Get to bed and rest for a while, we can wait for The Great Wall review. Get your own Cure For Wellness first!

Babinro
Guest
This movie as described by your review sounds terrible to me. You make it sound like DC Superman movies in that everything is hopeless, depressing and there is no joy. Sounds good if your a walking dead fan but nothing you described here sounded fun. The idea of going to watch an x-men movie for BRUTALITY is a bit of joke to me. I mean that’s great if its how you like your Wolverine on screen but I see it like Batman using guns. It’s not what I want to see the character do…this isn’t how I’ve seen Wolverine growing… Read more »
The Real Silverstar
Guest

I agree. I’m torn as to whether I should go see this movie or not. I’ve never been a fan of bleak and dark but at the same time, I’m curious to see where they go with this.

Prince Lemon
Guest

Wolverine has always killed people in these movies, a lot of people just don’t realize it because they don’t show any blood so as to make it PG-13

happymel
Guest

My thoughts on the X-Men movies range from love to meh. I know I’m not going to be able to handle the gore so this is a skip for me. Jeeks. It’s going to be like the time when I tried to watch Kingsman. Still, I’m glad that the movie turned out well from a critical point of view. Lastly, I had that same type of flu as you. It lasted for two weeks. Feel better.

SpikeGal
Guest

Get plenty of rest, Chris, and drink plenty of water and orange juice. We can wait for your next review, you get better first!

OldManHermit
Guest

I thought wolverine wasn’t suppose to age? Hugh Jackman is definitely getting up there. Or is that a plot point in the movie?

The Real Silverstar
Guest

Wolverine does age, just much, much slower than a normal human, as his healing factor retards his aging tremendously. He’s long-lived, but not immortal. Also, this movie seems to be borrowing a bit from the Old Man Logan comic series.

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