Si vede subito che è opera dello stesso regista della saga Ocean's, stesso tipo di riprese e stesso tipo di colonna sonora e stessa scelta di usare il finale per spiegare il twist nella trama. Non mi ha fatto altrettanto ridere, ma è stata una visione piacevole dall'inizio alla fine, con personaggi interessanti, battute sagaci ed una sceneggiatura che riesce a nascondere qualche piccola sorpresa, nonostante tutto.
I lived in florida for 7 years (i'm sorry too), and I just couldn't get there with this movie. Everyone taking their very best hollywood stab at impersonating southerners just didn't cut it for me. That said, Soderbergh still edits and paces like nobody's business, so if you can get past all the patronization of the "everyman," it makes a decent flick for a plane ride or something.
Channing Tatum can act??!! This whole cast is freaking amazing. Soderbergh is great at heist/caper movies. I loved the Ocean's Eleven-style reveal at the end. And that scene at the pageant. Sobbing. Also, they should've called it "Ocean's Seven-Eleven" like the joke the reporter made.
Soderbergh's much anticipated little comeback was fun indeed but lacked the gravity of his previous work. The script is ok, kinda messy to be frankly but the way the story worked in the last part was interestin. Logan Lucky or Ocean’s 7-Eleven had some good moments especially when Daniel Craig teachs a simple chemistry lesson or while he's IN-CAR-CE-RA-TED. J.Denver / F.Mackenzie moment was one of the best. 7.75/10
Pretty excellent entry in the Logan's Run Quadrilogy. Why they place them so far apart (and seemingly jump back a couple hundred years) and have nothing to do with each other in regards to plot is something I'm hoping the next two entries can explain. But I swear to fuck if they Prometheus/Covenant the next two I'm going to cry and throw birthday cakes inside of grocery stores. I react to things how I like, fuck off.