Arden Lambert


November 20, 2019


November 20, 2019


November 20, 2019

Have you watched the movie, Logan? Well, if you did, you might have heard Johnny Cash‘s great song “Hurt.” It was featured in the last installment of Hugh Jackman’s character of Wolverine. The song was appropriate to the theme of the movie as it is very dark and is full of anguish.

Johnny Cash in Logan

The song “Hurt” by Johnny Cash was used in the trailer, and in some scenes in the movie. It was used as a tool to explore the pain and anguish that the character was experiencing. In the movie, Wolverine is dealing with mortality and this was something that was new for him. He is getting older and his regeneration ability is getting weaker.

Image result for hurt logan, johnny cash
via YouTube

With this premise, his character becomes vulnerable to his enemies and he is showing his weakness. This is where the track comes in as Wolverine battles with his enemies and his desire to stay alive. Fortunately, he found a young girl that he needed to protect against the bad guys and this gave him the motivation to fight back. As the plot progresses, so does the impact of Johnny Cash’s song.

And you could have it all
My empire of dirt
I will let you down
I will make you hurt
If I could start again
A million miles away
I will keep myself
I would find a way

The line where the song states that he would start again is where the movie starts. Hugh Jackman’s character, Logan, wanted to move away from the life of mutants as it only gave him heartaches and feelings of hurt. There was a character development within the story as he discovered his true goal and that he is willing to sacrifice himself to achieve it.

Listen to Johnny Cash’s song here:


Johnny Cash



Latest Stories

Post Malone Graduates From Country Covers To Country Single With The Help Of Morgan Wallen
CMA Fest 2024: What You Need to Know
How “How Do I Live” Skyrocketed the Career of 15-Year-Old LeAnn Rimes
Waylon Jennings’ “Luckenbach, Texas” Highlights Honest Living
Martina McBride and Dad Share “I Saw the Light” on Grand Ole Opry
How AI Dexter’s “Pistol Packin’ Mama” Became an Anthem