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  1. Sefer Taslı Sapık's rating of the film Logan Lucky

  2. Henrique Garcês's rating of the film Logan Lucky

  3. Addy K.'s rating of the film Logan Lucky

    It is easy to mistake the laid-back charm of LOGAN LUCKY for dull, airless directing. A Robin Hood fantasy set in West Virginia, there's zero condescension from writer Rebecca Blunt (secretly Jules Asner) or the supremely confident Soderbergh as small-town folk bumble their way through life in a repressed economy. Only Craig's stunt casting and an extended GoT joke dampen the well-orchestrated hillbilly authenticity.

  4. Sarah J.B.'s rating of the film Logan Lucky

  5. Cbarky99's rating of the film Logan Lucky

    A decade from now (assuming that there IS a 2027) that Game of Thrones joke is going to be dated and confusing as all get out. In 2017 though, it was perfect.

  6. Didier Pigeon-Perreault's rating of the film Logan Lucky

    3,5 Tout le monde est bon, mais il y a quelque chose qui cloche...

  7. gematoma's rating of the film Logan Lucky

    1 star for the soundtrack, 1 star for the bar name

  8. José Neves's rating of the film Logan Lucky

    Digital. A crap that repeats and reads the series of Ocean's films, moreover mentioned in the film itself, which accumulates a wealth of bad frames and actors in a crude and stereotypical charge - one more of the usual contemporary films and filmmakers who appropriates cinema to make a stand up comedian show shock. Just gross.

  9. PeterK94's rating of the film Logan Lucky

    Parts of the film felt barren with nothing much happening, but the comedy lands frequently and hard. Great cast, especially Craig and Driver. The story is charming with a lot of heart. That one Game of Thrones joke is going to age badly once the next book releases in a decade.

  10. Lourenço Crespo's rating of the film Logan Lucky

    "Hilary Stank!" - mary "bué sétimo ano"- leo

  11. VincentVendetta's rating of the film Logan Lucky

    If Jeff Nichols and Steven Soderbergh are united on one front, it's that the South cannot be left in the hands of conservative and reactionaries, and cannot be left ignored by the liberal bubble. Everyone needs to dream of better tomorrows. Some might call it stealing, I call it redistribution of the wealth.

  12. msmichel's rating of the film Logan Lucky

    Soderbergh's return to the director's chair is an entertaining enough 'movie' but certainly lacks the spark and creativity of previous efforts. As his 'Oceans' films demonstrate there is nothing wrong with providing entertainment, but the Soderbergh of 'Bubble', 'Schizopolis' and 'Sex, Lies and Videotape' is nowhere in sight here.

  13. A.B. II: The Return's rating of the film Logan Lucky

    It's definitely not as consistently funny or tightly paced as other comedic crime films. But, it did make me laugh a lot, certainly enough to keep me entertained. One big plus it does have is getting to see some very unique performances from the established cast, particularly Daniel Craig (who I wish was in more of the film). It's not "Baby Driver," but it is a good time.

  14. Z's rating of the film Logan Lucky

    Very well crafted with a sharp, funny and fun script. It is a genuine pleasure to listen to the character's dialogue as they plan and execute their rather brilliant heist. Daniel Craig is a delight and Adam Driver's many hilarious, perfect reaction shots are hysterically funny. Channing Tatum gives the film a grounded and touching center. Riley Keough and Katherine Waterston are both superb. A late summer surprise.

  15. Sean Patrick Stevens's rating of the film Logan Lucky

    Not condescending as I imagined it would be. In fact, I really loved everything about this one. The efficiency of the OCEAN 11 movies perfectly merges with the idiosyncratic humor of the art house variety for a crowdpleaser. Great performances all around especially with Daniel Craig's line readings which are totally hilarious!

  16. Ethan's rating of the film Logan Lucky

    This is a fun little heist film and Soderbergh makes it feels like those good ole boy films from the 70s. Everybody here is brilliant and at times it even feels like a Coen Brothers film.

  17. Renton47's rating of the film Logan Lucky

    The trailer shows that LL could have been edited into a tight heist farce, but Soderbergh's interests seem more humane. Rather it's an embrace of character and community, choosing personality over the gloss and mechanics of an Ocean's film (until unnecessary twist). It's implausible, perhaps as a corrective to Ladykillers or Hell & HW, because it won't condescend, choosing competency and good nature.

  18. Artemis's rating of the film Logan Lucky

    Soderbergh returns in pitch-perfect form, once again proving himself to be one of the smartest and most stylish filmmakers working today.

  19. Lola Finch's rating of the film Logan Lucky

    i didn't understand it at any point but adam driver was a grade a hottie

  20. konochingo's rating of the film Logan Lucky

    Let down. May get better with age, as Soderbergh movies sometimes do. Main issue: the plotting is off (too much Seth McFarlane, who does a good job with a dead end story line). Splits the difference between Ocean's 12 (deconstruction of heist genre) & Magic Mike (economy induced self loathing) but didn't hit as hard as either. Some of the humor felt like bits from a sketch show that got cancelled after 1 episode.

  21. G. Thomas Esmay's rating of the film Logan Lucky

    6.5/10. A silly, southern fried caper. LOGAN LUCKY is amusing and well-acted, but ultimately forgettable. The film's pacing is rather uneven: the first hour moves at a breakneck pace that seems to be careening towards something surprising, but then it slows down and resolves itself into something rather familiar.

  22. THE APOLL0's rating of the film Logan Lucky

  23. Ghostman's rating of the film Logan Lucky

    The best heist film since I dunno when (take that baby driver). Soderbergh again shows himself to be a master; his shots are economical, purposeful, and pretty. It also deals with great subversion, its redneck imagery and characters are used to rebel against the corrupted culture, namely a corporate one where they use the perverted system against itself to win (like Soderbergh & Co.). One of the best of the year.

  24. Nathan Grey Hollis's rating of the film Logan Lucky

    Thinks its more clever than it is...

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