Blu-Ray/DVD Review: Logan (Fox)

I was able to get a Blu-ray/DVD Combo of Logan, The last in the Wolverine trilogy.  It contains 3 disks: one is a DVD copy of the theatrical version of […]

I was able to get a Blu-ray/DVD Combo of Logan, The last in the Wolverine trilogy. 

It contains 3 disks: one is a DVD copy of the theatrical version of the movie, the Blu-ray version of the movie and a Noir version of the movie.  Both DVD and Blu-ray has special features in it.  

The movie Logan is the final one in the Wolverine saga (X-Men Origins: Wolverine and The Wolverine).  It is based on two story lines Old man Logan saga and the x-23 saga both of which I read.  The movie is set in the future where Logan is getting old and taking care of Professor X (who has Alzheimer’s disease and is now a threat to both mutant and mankind) and now is living with Caliban.  He is met with a woman who wants him to drive her and her young child to a place called Eden while being chased by Donald Pierce and his Reavers.  I love the direction and how the director had merged and changed the story to really fit this story.  Yes, I hated X-Men Origin: Wolverine (mainly because it had Deadpool but didn’t use him the right way) and couldn’t keep up with The Wolverine, but this movie really caught me off guard by getting it right.  I really loved the action scenes in it especially with X-23, the one that stood out for me was when she fights Donald Pierce and shows her claws to Logan.

The first thing that you have to try is the Noir version of Logan (which is a black and white version of the movie).  The DVD/Blu-ray special features are deleted scenes with optional audio commentary with the director James Mangold [mutant kid puppet master (one mutant kid who controls peoples), medical tent: connect the dots (where Donald Pierce learns where the “new mutants” are hiding at), bobby’s action figures (where a young mutant named Bobby has a figures of both Wolverine and Sabretooth and ask Logan about it being real), Caliban death ( I think that the scene really didn’t work), alternate dinner scene (where Professor X tells a story about Logan to the Munson family), Logan gets a ticket (where a police officer pulls Logan over for speeding) and the movie with Audio Commentary with the director James Mangold. I felt that some of the deleted scenes would have worked like Mutant puppet kid, alternate dinner scene.  In the end, I could see why this was rated 92% on Rotten Tomato with all the action, drama and comedy in this movie. 

Logan is available on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray and DVD on 5/23 and now available on Digital HD

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