Logan

Logan
Logan

Year

2017

Duration

137 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure, Drama, Science Fiction and Fantasy

Language

English

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Synopsis

It’s the year 2029, and no new mutants have been born in recent generations. Logan’s powers have depleted, and he is eking out a living as a limo driver near the Mexican border, with an ailing Professor X to take care of. Suffering from pain when he needs to use his Wolverine abilities, and no longer as quick to heal as he once was, Logan is forced into an uncomfortable position when a young girl who appears to be a new generation of mutant is brought to his care. Logan finds himself taking to the road with the girl in his protection, chased by forces keen to take possession of the girl for unethical ends.

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15 Classification

Strong bloody violence, strong language.

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