Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation just released their new action/super hero flick: "Logan" into theaters today, March 3rd, 2017, and all the reviews are in from the top critics. It turns out that most of them were quite delighted with the turn out, awarding it an overall 77 grade out of a possible 100 across 50 critic reviews at The movie stars: <b> Boyd Holbrook, Dafne Keen, Elizabeth Rodriguez, Hugh Jackman, Patrick Stewart, Richard E. Grant and Stephen Merchant.</b>

The best one

Joe Morgenstern from the Wall Street Journal, ended up, giving it a perfect 100 score, telling us that he thinks it's the best superhero movie to come out of the comic book world so far.

So, wow! That's some really high praise from him.

Peter Hartlaub from the San Francisco Chronicle, also gave it a 100, saying that Logan destroys his indestructible metal claws and he just thought that was great.

Very compelling

Amy Nicholson from MTV News, gave it a 91 score, claiming that the quiet moments offered up just as much compelling content as any of the fight scenes, so that's pretty interesting.

We got an 88 grade from Rolling Stone's Peter Travers. He said that this installment was one of the most heartfelt and valedictory ones.

Rip-roaring action

Richard Roeper over there at the Chicago Sun-Times awarded it an 88 grade as well, saying that the movie delivered lots of rip-roaring action, along with some really funny moments.

However, he also said it was moody and melancholy.

Kyle Smith from the New York Post, gave it a an 88. He said this one could possibly lead the franchise away from all the sci-fi flash and trickery. He also thinks it ranks as one of the best X-Men movies. In fact, he thinks it's comparable to the to the recent “X-Men: Days of Future Past” installment.

It could change the game

Brian Tallerico from, gave it an 88 as well, saying that it could definitely be a game changer, changing the way we judge other superhero movies. So, that's pretty huge.

Brian Truitt from USA Today, gave it an 88, saying that it was easily the best Wolverine movie of all of them! It transcends the comic book genre by delivering an important message.

Lastly, Michael Phillips from the Chicago Tribune, gave it a lackluster 50 grade, saying that the film was extremely serious. It offered up some gamer-style killing sprees. However, he thought they were numbing and borderline offensive. Oh well. You can't please everyone. Stay tuned.