Movie review: Wolverine 3 ‘Logan’ exceeds expectations - critic

Wolverine 3 ‘Logan’ hits cinemas this weekend.

The film starring Hugh Jackman and Sir Patrick Stewart is the third and final chapter of the wolverine series.

Gabi Zietsman gives a brief review on the movie and says its exceeded expectations.

It takes so much time crafting the background story and when it finally comes to the intense action sequences it makes so much sense and it creates a perfect picture of a real life super hero story

Gabi Zietsman, Movie Reviewer at Channel24

I think there were people crying that you have never seen cry… its such a tragic story but it makes so much sense in the cinematic universe and I think that is what X- Men was lacking in the last film.

Gabi Zietsman, Movie Reviewer at Channel24

Listen to the full review below...


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