The film centers in a distant future where an aged Logan (Hugh Jackman) continues to survive after the loss of the X-Men and taking care of a frail Charles Xavier (Patrick Stewart). However when a mysterious girl named Laura (Dafne Keene) arrives at Logan's door, the Wolverine is forced backed into things as he deals with cyborg mercenaries called the Reavers led the tenacious Donald Pierce (Boyd Holbrook). After discovering that Laura has more in common with him that he thinks Logan find himself on the run with the girl and he, as well as Prof.X, must get X-23 to safety.
The X-Men franchise, and most superhero films for that matter, is no stranger to action. Yet despite the series' multiple thrilling Logan easily some of the most gruesome and ecstatic action in the entire series. The film's gutsy moment spins circle around the likes of Deadpool as the action was exciting and fitting for the character of Wolverine. Logan sense of action is reflected on its gritty tone and direction. Much like the previous Wolverine spin-off this film had a subtle atmosphere to it , but it was handled in a manner that felt appropriate for both the movie and the X-Men franchise.
As a film in the X-Men franchise and a superhero movie Logan is dynamic. Yet I cannot say that this spin-off is perfect as its quick sense of storytelling and rough direction does get the best of it at times. However with its stellar performances and strong presentation Logan more than makes up for its shortcomings as it turns out to the most intense X-Men spin-off to date and a fitting way to conclude Wolverine's tale.