Logan Now Playing In Vero Beach At Majestic 11, AMC Indian River 24

Vero Beach movie theaters now playing Logan at Majestic 11 and AMC Indian River 24 at the mall.
Vero Beach movie theaters now playing Logan at Majestic 11 and AMC Indian River 24 at the mall.

VERO BEACH – Logan is now playing at AMC Indian River 24 at the mall and Majestic 11 in Vero Beach. This rated R movie is also #1 this week at the box office.

When Wolverine first appears in Logan, he looks old and tired. With age, his claws are getting stuck between his knuckles.

He’s also drinking a lot and is suicidal, and the people he used to take out with his quickness can get him on his back.

Logan reveals a rage-filled drunk who never got had a major part in the previous X-Men movies. But he’s back, and joins his buddy Deadpool in this film.

This is also the perfect movie to end the Wolverine’s run.

By 2029, Logan is living in Mexico and driving a limousine to make money while taking care of his ailing Charles Xavier (Patrick Stewart). He’s off the grid and saving up for a boat.

However, he meets a young girl named Laura (Dafne Keen) who shows up wielding some very familiar-looking adamantium claws. She, along with scores of other children, were created by a nefarious research firm to be child soldiers. They escaped, and are heading to Canada to seek refuge.

Laura got separated from her brood and is being tracked by the doctor who made her. She needs Logan’s help.

From this point, the movie gets crazy. We don’t want to say too much because it will spoil the film.

Go see it, we think you’ll like it.

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Andy Hodges grew up in Jupiter, Florida where he began his career in radio and TV broadcasting for over 12 years. He would make a career change to computer programming. Andy spent seven years working for tech companies in Atlanta before moving to Indian River County in 2002. He returned to the news sector in 2005 as a writer. Andy joined Sebastian Daily in 2016 as our editor in chief.