For example, Logan (also known as the Wolverine and who is the main protagonist), is injected with a metal from outer space and becomes indestructible to bullets and cuts from ordinary metals. From this perspective, technology can be identified to benefit humans.
Nevertheless, the plot revolves around Logan and his brother Victor, who were born mutant from childhood by their parents. however, Logan accidentally killed their father by stabbing him with his spiked hands. As a result, this marked the beginning of conflict with his brother. Logan chooses to in an isolated place but Victor finds him and fakes killing his wife. Logan’s hunt for Victor to seek revenge introduces the other characters who are also mutants and the scientist who injects him with the “alien” metal. However, Logan refuses to use his mutant skills in army as expected by the Major William Stryker and this makes Major develop another mutant, Weapon XI which is controlled by him to kill Logan but with the help of his brother, Victor, he defeats the “mutant killer”. The film ends with Logan being taken to a team referred to as Mutant-X, comprising of mutants with different supernatural abilities. The secret organization of mutants is established to help humans fight local crimes and other adversaries (Jackman, 2009). As such, one can argue that technology in this case, benefits the normal human population. however, the mutant characters in the entire plot demonstrate that negative side of technology. As much as others may argue in support of technology in this film, it is evident that technology causes more harm than good.
Being mutant makes characters in this film to be free from harm. For example, they do not age. Logan and Victor are shown to have fought the World War I and World War II which took place about 60 years ago. Still, their physical appearances do not change in the year 2009.