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Hoping to reverse a 'curse' that's hung over his family for generations, Jimmy Logan (Channing Tatum) hatches a plan to rob the Charlotte Motor Speedway during the Coca-Cola 600, NASCAR's biggest race of the year. He convinces his bartender brother Clyde (Adam Driver) and hairdresser sister Mellie (Riley Keough) to help him pull everything off--but first they have to break the bomb maker Joe Bang (Daniel Craig) out of jail in broad daylight. Academy Award® winner Hilary Swank plays a no-nonsense FBI agent determined to bring the Logans to justice and keep them from racing away with the loot in this high-speed caper from Academy Award®-winning director Steven Soderbergh.
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Critics Consensus: High-octane fun that's smartly assembled without putting on airs, Logan Lucky marks a welcome end to Steven Soderbergh's retirement -- and proves he hasn't lost his ability to entertain.
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Very funny, clever heist movie has some action, language.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Logan Lucky is a comical caper movie from director Steven Soderbergh. It's a highly entertaining cousin to his Ocean's movies, with a more southern drawl (it's set in North Carolina and West Virginia, rather than Las Vegas). The heist itself is largely nonviolent, but there's a minor bar fight, with some hitting, wrestling, and a few bruises. A car is set on fire, another crashes through a store window, and a prison riot is staged. Language includes a use of "f--k," and a few uses of "s--t" and "damn." A woman who wears short shorts and tank tops is referred to as "sexy," but otherwise sex isn't an issue (though neither are central female characters -- or diverse ones). One character is eager to gulp a couple of beers at the race track, a major character works as a bartender, and some scenes are set in a bar, with lots of social drinking (beers, martinis, etc.), though nobody seems to overdo it. Plenty of branding is seen at a NASCAR race, but it's treated as incidental. Channing Tatum, Daniel Craig, and Adam Driver co-star.
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- Genre:Action, Comedy
- Release Date:August 18, 2017
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