Is it me or "Logan" is a bit too much OVERRATED? Don't get me wrong, I love Wolverine and I'm a huge X-Men films (and comics) maniac. I created and elaborated an X-Men films timeline which fixed all incongruences in the movie saga and ammassed 150.000 visitors so far. So I'm a big fan, not a detractor. Yesterday I watched "Logan" on BD, in all it's full HD glory, and I think it's a very good movie... but eventually disappointing or at least not as brilliant as the critics and the fans pictured it. The plot is too similar to many other escape movies out there, there's nothing brilliant or groundbreaking about it. The direction is average, except for the "Charles Xavier's telepathic bursts" sequences, which felt very Nolanesque (Inception) and were well executed. Cinematography was mostly good, but in the last third of the movie it turned out seemingly "TV-like" (the battle in the woods), even if high quality television-like. Nobody noticed the parallel with "Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome" LOL. Hero + children. Weirdly, Mad Max 3 at the time was bashed and criticized, "Logan" wasn't. The deconstructionism on Charles Xavier was too brutal and it destroyed the character: there's no trace of his past "nobilty" or even "intelligence" here. I don't think deconstructionism is always good or great. See what happened to Zack Snyder and his Superman. Hugh's performance was stellar and having some crude Wolverine violence was great... but it's not enough to keep the movie "artsy" or "superior" to any other great superhero movie effort out there. All in all, this works as a standalone "what if"/alternative world story. It's not a masterpiece. I think it's a great movie, but not a masterpiece like "The Dark Knight" or "Days of Future Past". And believe me, I'm very sorry for that.