Logan

Logan (2017)

Continuity mistake: When Pierce first begins to interrogate Caliban in the safe house in Mexico, a large portion of Caliban's albino makeup is smudged below his nose, revealing the actor's natural skin in his first close-up of the scene; after switching to a close-up of Pierce, then back to Caliban, the smudge has been fixed.

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Continuity mistake: When Logan shoots Dr Rice at the start of the final fight, the shot changes to Logan and shows him firing a gun using his right hand. The shot changes to Pierce being shot, then to a wide shot showing all three men. The gun is now suddenly in Logan's left hand.

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Plot hole: In the hotel attack scene, the bad guys were paralysed when Charles went into a seizure. Logan came in and drove his claws into several men's head. These men died and their brain function should have stopped and no longer affected by Charles. They should have fallen over, but they remained standing until Charles had his injection.

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Trivia: The katana seen in Logan's room is the one that Yashida gave him in The Wolverine.

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Trivia: The black suit wore by Logan is a reference to the comic book "The death of Wolverine".

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Trivia: Originally the villain Mr. Sinister was going to make his cinematic debut in this film, as was teased by the post-credits scene from "X-Men: Apocalypse." However, the character was cut as it was deemed he wouldn't fit with the tone of the film.

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Logan: Nature made me a freak. Man made me a weapon. And God made it last too long.

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Charles Xavier: Two days on the road, only one meal, and hardly any sleep. She's 11, I'm fucking 90.

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Laura: You are dying. You want to die.
Logan: How do you know?
Laura: Charles told me.
Logan: What else did he tell you?
Laura: To not let you.

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Question: This question and answer may contain spoilers. The film made it seem like once the mutant children cross the Canadian border, they would be safe. Dr. Rice (I believe it was him) even says they (the Reavers) need to hurry or they'll lose the children if they cross. My question is why? Did I miss something? Who was suppose to meet the children in Canada? Or is Dr. Rice saying they can't follow the children into Canada, and if so, why not? Alkali Lake was in Canada and it doesn't seem they have any regards for laws and borders. And surely if the children were that valuable, or the need to destroy them so important, why would Dr. Rice not send his army of Reavers to battle whoever was helping the children?

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Chosen answer: It is subtly shown that Rice has a deal with the US government to conduct his business without conflict, something he won't have in Canada. There is also a strong theory that the people helping the children is Department H. The Canadian organization that started the super team, Alpha Flight.

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Question: I don't remember if Logan said it or if it was said on the radio. But what happened to the mutants?

Chosen answer: Dr. Rice tells Logan the mutants have been wiped out due to a drug in the food and water supply that suppresses mutations, thus no new mutants had been born in 25 years. In the film series, it's indicated mutant powers usually come out during puberty, so parents don't know their children are mutants until around 12 or 13. So it took over a decade to realise no new mutants had been born. However, the government had been breeding mutants for weapons, which is where the mutant children come from in the Logan film. Furthermore, it is implied the "Westchester Incident" was an uncontrolled seizure of Charles Xavier that resulted in the death of many of the mutant students.

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Question: In Origins, Wolverine gets shot twice by Stryker with the adamantium bullet - his brain heals, just without his memories. In Logan, Laura shoots X-24 from the back of the head and he dies. Why the difference?

Chosen answer: X-24's healing factor is much weaker and slower than Logan's, and Dr Rice has to give him the serum to heal his injuries at the farm, so presumably he couldn't heal fast enough to survive the shot. It may also have been a different bullet type - the one in Wolverine didn't do nearly as much damage on impact. Makes sense that Wolverine would have possibly designed one to overcome any healing factor.

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