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If you are a Marvel fan, you have seen your share of disappointing and heartwrenching endings to their movie adaptations. Most recently, the end to Avengers: Infinity War has totally interrupted my sleep patterns. Another time in which I just was not ready for the ending was in the film, Logan. I should have known by the title something was not right or was it. If you are a real film buff, you know that the ending is not always the ending. Sometimes the ending is just the beginning. Is this the case with the Logan ending?
The entire promotion for the Logan movie was centered on giving his fans a chance to say goodbye to Hugh Jackman as Logan. Afterall, while Jackman is still is great shape, he is aging, and one of the characteristics of Wolverine is that he does not age. When you have invested 17 years into a character with the same actor playing the character, it is hard to simply throw in another actor without a good preceding explanation.
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Logan seems to have been the explanation of a new younger Logan at some point, right?
I think that I am one of the few people who can watch a move in which the protagonist is never overpowered or overcome. Yet, that is rarely the story. It seems the more vulnerable you make a superhero, the more you draw the audience in. Prefer to just see the hero kick butt. As with other things, I don’t always get my way. The director of Logan. James Mangold did an exceptional job of breaking down Logan in every possible way before sending him out in a blaze of glory.
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