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Sun, Jun 4, 2017 4:44 PM

Live Face-Off Poll: 'Logan' vs. 'Wonder Woman'

Critics' darlings and Box-Office hits.
One was the gracious end of the franchise. Other just started a revolution.

Which of these films is your favorite?

List: http://www.imdb.com/list/ls068025643/
Poll: http://www.imdb.com/poll/6n8XWcw9YWI/

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3 years ago

Wonder Woman

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Thanks for your vote dgranger!

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You are welcome.

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:)

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3 years ago

Logan

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Thanks for your vote, Jordan!

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3 years ago

There is no competition Logan is far better movie than Wonder Women.

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Thanks for your vote, Abdul!

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Respectfully, I disagree Abdul Aziz. While "Logan" is by far the more maturer and somber sober film, it is also about endings and resolutions to previous situations before it started dealing with the rebirth part of the circle of life theme at the end of the film. It is dependent plot elements of the previous films in the 20th Century Fox's Marvel's X-Men film series. It constantly referred to them throughout the movie. If you haven't seen those films, you really don't get the full impact of the situation at the start of this film. Aka, it is really dependent of the previous movies. It can't stand alone on its own two feet.
In fact, I think it stole a little bit of the themes of a Mosses-like figure, rebirth, and exodus (I mean leading a group of children to the promise land) and leavening their Mosses figure behind from both Exodus and "Mad Max: Beyond Thunderdome". (Sorry, as I was writing this, I had just realized how much these two films have the biblical themes of Exodus in them.)
"Wonder Woman" was about beginnings and, yes, it too carried religious themes like good vs. evil, light over darkness (yes, she was light and Ares was darkness that was how they were photographed) and the whole discussion on the nature of man. It did need to rely on the previous films or deal with a film canon. Weather that changes in up coming Films remains to be answered. Also the whole tone of Wonder Woman was up beat while Logan was mainly done and gloom.

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Thanks for the explanation, mate!

Even though I agree with most of the things you mentioned and even if my vote goes to Wonder Woman, I enjoyed Logan as well. I agree that it can't be enjoyed as a standalone movie, but it was the only movie from that franchise which treated Wolverine more as a human than a superhero because of which it's impact was much higher than expected. 

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Agreed. In fact, throughout the series to, Hugh Jackman's Wolverine was always prorated as more human than the others.

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dgranger, I agree. But especially in this film, he was portrayed more as a human than as a hero or a savior. eg. There were scenes where he gets angry as the kids were cutting his beard. You won't find such scenes in other films from this franchise. I mean this is not generally seen in a 'superhero'-movie.

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Totally agreed . Btwi just noticed a typo in my post. It was meant to say "Portrayed", not "prorated."

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logan

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Thanks for your vote, Shatiish!

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Logan

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Thanks for your vote, LD!

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Your welcome.  Great idea.

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Logan

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Thanks for your vote, Sam!

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3 years ago

bump

(It has already got 5 votes. Make it a Poll!)

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bump

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bump

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bump