Film Club: The deliberate, character-driven Logan stands apart from the superhero pack

On this week’s Film Club, A.V. Club film critics A.A. Dowd and Ignatiy Vishnevetsky discuss their shared admiration for James Mangold’s Logan, an R-rated comic book movie that stands out in an industry saturated with superheroes not because of its extreme violence, but because of its measured and understated sense of character and its refusal to make any franchise callbacks that aren’t in the service of story.

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