1. Logan (2017): 7/10 This is how you make a great end to an iconic character whom we've been watching on silver screen for years. The most beautiful thing of the movie is story itself which completely justifies end of Wolverine. Story is linear and avoids any sort of complexity, there is not much of desirable twists and turns. Albeit that makes the story predictable for some instances, but it never misses the point and is very clear about what it wants audiences to watch. What I love here is lead character Logan is not all about showing off his superhero powers, but he has human characteristics as well who thinks about casualties before performing any action. He may become older and weaker but he is not coward. Portrayal of superhero who is going through great dilemma and fighting his inner conflict with outer conflict gives it more humanlike attributes, that's rarely you get to see in a superhero movie. Also, the movie carries on story mostly as this instalment has least action sequences among all X-Men franchise movies. There is no hotchpotch and bullshiting of brainless actions. Even if you are used to watch great action scenes in X-Men movies, you won't put much complaint about Logan for not showing up much in this department because story is so fulfilling.
Hugh Jackman as Logan has given his heart to the movie. The best of his for entire franchise. And, it's not the end of the world of Wolverine, you have incarnation of Laura, offspring of Logan. Get ready for upcoming fun.
2. Commando (2017) : 1/10 One of the worst movie I've watched in recent years. It's so worse that even writing about it seems wasting my precious time. It's trauma, a nightmare for 2 long hours. The best part of the movie was the moment it ended.