Watch Logan (2017) Full Movie Online Streaming & Download

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Quality: HD
Title : Logan
Director : James Mangold.
Release : 2017-02-28
Language : English,Espanol
Runtime : 135 min.
Genre : Action, Drama, Science Fiction.
Synopsis :

What happens when our superheroes get old? It’s essentially something that never happens in our movies, where our heroes are always virile and robust, and if they get a little long in the tooth, we just reboot the series and start over with a younger model. But that’s not the case with Logan, which follows maybe the most famous of the X-Men, Wolverine, as he not only deals with his own broken-down body, but with nursing the longtime leader of the X-Men, professor Charles Xavier. Xavier is now in his 90s and struggles to take care of himself, occasionally slipping into dementia and having trouble recognizing Logan or understanding just what’s going on at any particular time.

And this is just part of what separates Logan from any other superhero movie we’ve seen. I’ll admit that I’ve grown a bit tired of superhero origin stories and crash-and-bang ensemble pictures, but Logan is neither of those things. The characters here feel lived-in and real, and the violence is shocking and gritty. When innocent people are killed in this movie, it doesn’t feel like collateral damage; it’s genuinely disturbing and actually makes us realize that real people’s lives are at stake in this universe.

And even all of this barely scratches the surface. Logan gets involved in trying to save a little girl who’s far more like himself than he’d like to admit, and we eventually follow them as they work with a group of young mutant refugees trying to cross the border into Canada to escape persecution. If that doesn’t resonate with our times, I don’t know what will. The X-Men stories have always reflected racial and ethnic tension and fear, and that’s brought to the forefront here in ways I won’t spoil.

But ultimately, it’s the grounding in reality that makes Logan a special film. We see the broken bodies of our superheroes laid bare, we feel the difficult emotional reality of trying to care for an elderly loved one who has difficulty understanding his own condition and can snap in strange ways at any moment, and we know that nothing can last forever, not even our greatest heroes.

12 Responses to “Watch Logan (2017) Full Movie Online Streaming & Download”

  1. Jeff says:

    jkroon, you helped me twice now revive two broken Gentoo boxes. Thanks!

  2. Jonas Lihnell says:

    Please update ” mount –bind /$i /home/multilib/$i” to use –rbind instead.

  3. Jaco Kroon says:

    Thanks. Update made.

  4. Jonas Lihnell says:

    This btw, should be listed in the official documentations on how to convert non-multilib to multilib. It was painless, straight forward, easy to understand and worked like a charm. Thanks.

  5. Jaco Kroon says:

    Yea well. Officially you shouldn’t make mistakes that requires this kind of trickery :). But then again – I’ve never re-installed a Gentoo box – EVER. Other than stolen laptops and completely buggered hardware.

  6. Tiago says:

    Going back and forth from multilib to no-multilib shouldn’t be considered a mistake nor require trickery – and in fact I don’t consider what you suggested here trickery, it’s actually a very clever solution.
    I just bookmarked this page and will give it a try this evening.
    You should consider adding this to the gentoo wiki 🙂

  7. Tiago says:

    Worked like a charm, as expected.
    Just a few other useful tips:
    – Avoid using /dev/shm as temp folder for portage, both in the chroot and in the main system, as it may run short when using buildpkg and create an unecessary mess
    – I rebooted (just to unmount everything) and deleted the binary packages before rebuilding world. Takes a bigger while, but satisfies my paranoia

  8. Kholan says:

    After setting CONFIG_IA32_EMULATION in my kernel config, which of course is necessary, it worked like a charm.
    Being a clean and easy solution this really should be on gentoo-wiki

  9. Dmitry says:

    Whoa… Although rebuilding @system just to get binary packages may be entertaining, I would like to add some shortcuts for Gentoo systems of a recent vintage:
    1) Actually, the only binary package we really need to go multilib is glibc. However, it would be wise to take precompiled gcc too, just for the sake of timesaving.
    2) So, grab a multilib stage3 and unpack it to, say, /var/tmp/gentoo:
    # mkdir /var/tmp/gentoo && tar xpC /var/tmp/gentoo -f stage3-amd64-latest.tar.bz2
    Bind mount the Portage tree (and $PKGDIR, in case you have set it to a non-default location, don’t forget to update the make.conf of the stage in that case).
    # mkdir /var/tmp/gentoo/usr/portage && mount –rbind /usr/portage /var/tmp/gentoo/usr/portage
    You don’t need to mount anything else – we ain’t gonna run emerge.
    3) Since we are working with stage3, we already have a compiled toolchain. There’s no need to rebuild it, unless your target system (the one, that should be converted to multilib) has a glibc of a different slot (in that case, you must sync versions first). Instead, we’ll just make tarballs of in-stage packages:
    # chroot /var/tmp/gentoo quickpkg glibc gcc
    4) umount what you have mounted and get rid of /var/tmp/gentoo – we don’t need it anymore
    5) Now, in the target system, switch to multilib profile
    # eselect profile list
    # eselect profile set $profilenumber
    # env-update && . /etc/profile
    6) Install the binaries from multilib stage3:
    # emerge -1K glibc gcc
    Switch to the binary gcc:
    # gcc-config -l
    # gcc-config $binarygccnumber
    # env-update && . /etc/profile
    7) Now, we have a binary multilib toolchain from the stage3 in the target system. You may use it as is, but, technically, it’s cross-compiled, so I encourage you to sequentially rebuild both glibc (be careful with CFLAGS) and gcc to reveal possible problems with headers/dependencies/useflags:
    # emerge glibc && emerge gcc
    And switch to the freshly built gcc:
    # gcc-config -l
    # gcc-config $newgccnumber
    # env-update && . /etc/profile
    8) Remove old gcc versions, it there are any
    9) Tune Portage configs, if that is required. Proceed as usual on a profile switch:
    # emerge -DuN @world && emerge -DuN @system && emerge @preserved-rebuild
    # revdep-rebuild

    That’s it, basically.

  10. jhon987 says:

    Hi,
    Thank you very much for the guide!
    I’m not sure all this (emerge system twice) is necessary but it eventually got me on the right track, so I wanted to show my appreciation.

    On a side-note, I too share Dmitry’s (comment above me) notion that all we really need is gcc and glibc. Once we have those I believe it’s basically should be enough to emerge -auND world (or not, depends on what we wish to do with our system).

    Anyways I cannot confirm since I followed your guide initially then Dmitry’s comment, got lost along the way and had to improvise, at the end of it I did emerged system once then gcc and glibc as per Dmitry suggestion and once I did that I could convert fully to multilib…

  11. jhon987 says:

    Alright, so I had to repeat this experiment (of going back and forth from no-multilib to multilib and vice versa) I can now confirm Dmity’s method 100% working (at least for me) and it’s certainly is a shortcut…

  12. n0idx80 says:

    +1 to both; thanks!

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