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If you’ve ever wanted to see a 25 going on 26 year old man cry, just put on this movie.
I love it.
It’s my favorite super hero movie and a beautiful ending to the Hugh Jackman’s portrayal of Wolverine.
One of the most interesting things about this movie is that it’s set in the timeline of the original X-Men, years after Wolverine fixes the timeline in Days of Future Past.
Another interesting thing is how they leave it vague as to how the mutants all died out.
In the “Old Man Logan” comic, Mysterio tricks Wolverine into killing all the X-Men but here they make it very clear that Xavier killed “7 mutants along with other students” which is why his brain was classified as a weapon of mass destruction.
Add to that you have Zander Rice using slowly wiping out mutants and the X gene by tainting corn syrup with a “cure” for the X Gene, virtually stopping any natural births of mutants.
A fun theory I always had was that the person on the other side of the border in “Eden” is none other than Jean Grey.
Hear me out, at the end of Days of Future Past you see 8 mutants prominently featured(Beast, Kitty, Cyclops, Rogue, Ice Man, Storm, Cyclops, and Jean) and the news makes mention of 7 mutants dying.
My theory is that Jean Grey would’ve been the only one strong enough to survive Xavier’s seizures and had spent the time since finding and recruiting her own team of whoever’s left to finish our Xavier’s vision.
Sorry for the five paragraph essay about my love for Logan.
I’ll see you guys Summerslam weekend where we’ll possibly record our review for Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie?