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Loses a star for Seth MacFarlane and Hilary Swank, but otherwise excellent!
LOGAN LUCKY is a welcomed return for filmmaker Steven Soderbergh who goes for smart and cool as oppose to dumb and goofy. This is no Ocean's 7-11, this is American cinema at its finest. Don't believe your friends who are most likely fans of lowbrow Hollywood schlock and coincidentally loved Soderbergh's OCEAN'S ELEVEN series, Logan Lucky is hardcore Americana fun. The cast is fantastic but without standouts because their performances were equally brilliant and thanks to flawless writing, it was integral to the film that they all play off each other. The actors seemed to be acting in unison, much like the team of unpolished bandits they were portraying in the film. While Logan Lucky scores some solid laughs, it is less a mainstream cookie-cutter comedy caper and more a slick heist picture throwback. Everything about this movie works with the exception of the obviously forced casting of Seth MacFarlane and Hilary Swank, which was clearly done to add a few more household names to the roster and get asses in the seats. Fortunately Soderbergh uses these two hacks sparingly and reduced their roles to more-or-less cameos. In summation, see Logan Lucky, it's just too damn good to pass up.
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