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On March 3, 2017, Logan came out in theaters and stunned many with its intricate story line and unique plot twists. The movie is a sequel to the X-Men: Wolverine series that originally came out in 2000. The film is set in the year 2029, showing that the world has ended its fascination with mutants and they are hiding.

Logan, or Wolverine, is a limo driver that is saving up to get a boat so that he and Professor X can live on it. During one of his jobs at a funeral, a woman recognizes him and rushes up to ask for help because men are coming after her. Being a grumpy old man, he told her to “go away…” in a much ruder way.

Later, Logan is told by the senile Professor X that there is a new mutant. Logan doesn’t believe him and gives him his medicine and leaves,. He gets a call for a job to go to a hotel, soon discovering it’s the woman that approached him before he declines. Soon, he changes his mind when she offers $50,000 to take them to another state.

On the journey to the other state, they are being chased by a private agency that is mass producing mutant children for an army, which is why they want the child back. It’s obvious throughout the movie that the she is Logan’s child, accepting this causes Logan to become protective of her.

They soon get to the place he was getting paid to take her and find more children like her with more mutations. He leaves them the money because they need it more than him. But the agency catches up with them and he has to once again  protect her and her friends.

This movie was very well thought out and shows an amazing development of a father/daughter relationship and love. It’s also one of the few sequels that is actually good and non repetitive than the movies before. It will put you in tears and warm your heart every time you watch it.

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