This film takes place in 2029, and we see that Logan is deteriorating, both inside and out, and is pretty dependent on alcohol. He and Caliban are taking care of Dr. Xavier in a deserted building in Texas, while Logan saves money to buy a Sunseeker, so that they can sail away from everything.
Supposedly there haven't been any mutants born in 25 years, but Dr. X tells Logan that he can sense one coming. And true enough, we meet a new generation of mutants that weren't born, but engineered in a lab.
Logan resists having a "normal" family, a "normal" life since everybody he cares about gets hurt or dies. But we all know that underneath that his tough exterior and adamantium skeleton, there's a warm heart.
They showed food in several scenes. Calivan chopping green peppers and possibly other vegetables. Laura eating Corn Flakes and Pringles, and possibly an energy drink. Logan, Laura, and Charles sitting down to a nice family dinner with the Munson's that consisted of meatloaf (I believe), mashed potatoes, corn, and green beans. Saw what may have been some corn muffins on the table.
While the family meal would have been a nice way to represent Logan, I think this booze-soaked spotted dick represents to crude, raw, gritty atmosphere much better.
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