YOU’D expect a heist comedy from the creator of the Oceans trilogy to become cool, smart and funny.
Logan Lucky is pleasure, and brushes against being excellent.
Channing Tatum plays with Jimmy Logan — a John Denver adoring miner who, faced with redundancy and mounting attorney bills with his ex-wife, decides to rob a bank comprising racing money.
Fans of Oceans, you know the drill — that is the redneck model.
Where Clooney needed a tuxedo, Logan has snap-backs and false arms (it even references itself brightly as Oceans 7/11 in the film).
However, the assumption is similar — great man with his back against the wall to commit a offense in a manner with his built motley crew.
It’s enjoyable easy and functions well.
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Soderbergh creates a world filled with surreal and absurd characters brought to life from the cast, such as a Daniel Craig, who looks like the love-child of Jean-Paul Gaultier along with Rutger Hauer.
Weirdly, Seth McFarlane is the only bad stage.
But it’s a little gripe whenever you have such ace moments such as the best Game Of Thrones scene that is not in Game Of Thrones.
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