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"Logan" is not for the faint of heart.Featuring Hugh Jackman's final turn as Wolverine, "Logan" isn't a shiny, colorful, superhero-style film, either. It's gritty, dark, and a deeply satisfying conclusion for fans who've followed the clawed character through Jackman's past eight movie outings with the X-Men and alone as Wolverine.Writer-director James Mangold, who directed 2013's "The Wolverine," clearly loves the character as much as Jackman does, and both seem liberated by this film's R rating. "Logan" is not a kids' movie. It's viscerally violent – lots of claws-through-the-face shots – and emotionally profound as it explores the relationship between Logan and Professor X (Patrick Stewart).Jackman doubly delivers as Wolverine.
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