Logan Lucky ist eine Räuberkomödie von Steven Soderbergh, die am August in die US-amerikanischen Kinos kam. Logan Lucky. |12 |1 Std. 59 Min.|Komödien. Ein ehemaliger Bergarbeiter, dem das Leben übel mitgespielt hat, plant bei einem der größten Autorennen des. israelartistagency.com - Kaufen Sie Logan Lucky günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu einer.
LOGAN LUCKYLOGAN LUCKY. Die Brüder Jimmy und Clyde Logan werden vom Pech verfolgt. Während der impulsive Jimmy (Channing Tatum) einen Job nach dem. Logan Lucky ein Film von Steven Soderbergh mit Channing Tatum, Adam Driver. Inhaltsangabe: Die Brüder Jimmy (Channing Tatum) und Clyde Logan (Adam. Logan Lucky [dt./OV]. ()IMDb 7,01 Std. 59 MinX-Ray Die Brüder Jimmy und Clyde Logan werden vom Pech verfolgt. Während der impulsive.
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Channing Tatum Jimmy Logan. Adam Driver Clyde Logan. Farrah Mackenzie Sadie Logan. Riley Keough Mellie Logan. Daniel Craig Joe Bang.
Katie Holmes Bobbie Jo Chapman. Charles Halford Earl. Seth MacFarlane Max Chilblain. Jack Quaid Fish Bang. Brian Gleeson Sam Bang.
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View All Critic Reviews Apr 27, I had a pretty good time. May A Super Reviewer. Nov 06, Sometimes first impressions are everything, particularly in the film world.
Uwe Boll made a terrible first impression and the consensus, which has been earned for the most part, is that he's an absolutely fucking terrible filmmaker.
I've always found that even a blind squirrel finds a nut twice a day and, for all I know, Uwe Boll has made a good movie by now.
If he has, it's probably not gonna be good enough for me to actually want to see it. Another person this could be said about, at least in terms of acting, is Keanu Reeves.
Reeves, who seems like a really cool guy from what I can tell, has never actually improved as an actor and he's been doing this now for a few years longer than I've been alive.
With that said, however, I think Reeves has endured as an beloved star not because of his talent, but because of that likability factor and his charisma.
People like Reeves and it has absolutely nothing to do with his acting talent, or lack thereof. If he's improved, honestly, it's been incrementally, to the point where you wouldn't even notice it.
However, the reason I bring this up is because Channing Tatum was one of those actors that made a poor first impression.
It's obvious that he was cast in that dancing movie, whose name I don't care to remember, because of how he looked and, of course, the fact that he could legitimately dance.
For the longest time after that, I did not like him one bit because, again, I perceived him to be cast more for his look as opposed to his acting talent.
But, boy, oh boy, has Mr. Tatum proven me wrong throughout the years with constant growth and improvement as an actor throughout the years. I think the first time I, and a lot of people, noticed this was how good he actually was in 21 Jump Street.
From his comedic timing, his chemistry with Jonah Hill, he completely flipped the switch and turned into a really funny comedic actor.
I mean, maybe that comedic talent was always there and he just needed someone to give him the shot to showcase it and he managed to do so in 21 Jump Street and its sequel.
And, really, ever since then, my perception of the guy has changed completely. And, of course, this is also because I've seen him give good performances in other movies.
I don't know how the guy would be at a straight up drama, though he was quite good in Side Effects another Soderbergh feature.
Regardless, the point I'm trying to make is the fact that I'm glad to have been proven wrong about Channing Tatum as he still shows signs of improvement, which is quite noticeable in this movie.
Having said that, after four miserable first days of this month, where every movie I watched was rated 2 stars or below.
So this movie was a more calculated choice yesterday night. Gleema Purdue. Delivery Man. CMS Receptionist. CMS Office Worker.
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Female FBI Agent. CMS General Manager. Fair Goer uncredited. County Fair Announcer uncredited. Carnival Goer uncredited. Purple Lady's Friend uncredited.
Prisoner uncredited. NASCAR Fan uncredited. Pageant Girl uncredited. Courthouse Onlooker uncredited. Black Inmate 5 uncredited.
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FBI Agent uncredited. CMS Worker 2 uncredited. Security Guard uncredited. CMS Spectator uncredited. Boone Deputy Sheriff uncredited.
Jailhouse Inmate uncredited. Spectator uncredited. Gas Station Employee uncredited. Cellie uncredited. Cashier uncredited. Pageant Dad uncredited. Thomson Reuters.
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Main page Contents Current events Random article About Wikipedia Contact us Donate. When Jimmy Logan Channing Tatum gets fired, he convinces his brother Clyde Adam Driver and sister Mellie Riley Keough to help him rob the Charlotte Motor Speedway during a NASCAR Race.
But they will need the help of Joe Bang Daniel Craig , a convicted safe-cracker who is currently doing time. All they have to do is break Joe out, blow the racetrack vault, get away with the cash, return Joe to prison, and get Jimmy to his daughter's beauty pageant on time.
What could possibly go wrong? Well, there is the Logan family curse. Written by Cinemaniacal. A few years ago director Steven Soderbergh made no secret of his waning passion for filmmaking.
He announced his intention to retire from feature films following the release of 's Behind the Candelabra and cited his desire to pursue other creative interests.
Well, it may have taken four years and a brief stint directing TV's The Knick to reignite his filmmaking passion, but Soderbergh proves his hand behind the camera is as assured as ever in the rollicking heist caper Logan Lucky.
Aptly described by Soderbergh himself as an "anti-glam version of an Ocean's movie", Logan Lucky is a return to the style of filmmaking that made his Ocean's trilogy box office hits.
The film moves at a neat pace, features a strong ensemble cast and is packed with enough twist and turns to keep things interesting throughout its two hour running time.
The story follows the Logan family, brothers Jimmy Channing Tatum and Clyde Adam Driver and their sister Mellie Logan Riley Keough , who are known for their family history of bad-luck.
After loosing his job at a mine located underneath the Charlotte Motor Speedway, Jimmy plans to pull of an elaborate heist to put the Logan's financial woes behind them and break the family curse.
With intricate knowledge of a series of underground tubes that run from the Speedway to a central bank vault filled with millions of dollars, Jimmy sees the perfect opening to rob the vault during a NARSCAR race.
To pull it off, he enlists the help of his siblings along with bomb expert Joe Bang a scene stealing Daniel Craig and his two brothers, Sam Brian Gleeson and Fish Bang Jack Quaid.
The only problem: Joe's in prison. So on top of concocting a plan to steal the cash, they'll need to figure out a way to break Joe out of prison and get him back with no one the wiser.
No pressure. It's a zany comedy about unremarkable characters punching well above their weight but through sheer luck managing to pull things off.
Half the fun of the film is seeing things not happening to plan but somehow working out in the end. To its credit, the film never treats itself too seriously and invites you to laugh along with the character's mishaps and the farcical parts of the story are frequently the funniest.
One gag involving a prison riot and a jab at Game of Thrones writer George R. Martin's glacial writing pace is as screwy as it is funny.
For the most part, the film moves along at a nice pace. Just like in the Ocean's films, Soderbergh who edits his own film employs slick, fast cut editing to keep the heist scenes interesting and involving.
He also manages to make good use of an impressive ensemble cast, with the likes of Seth MacFarlane, Katie Holmes, Katherine Waterston and Sebastian Stan all making minor but memorable appearances.
And while Adam Driver and Channing Tatum both give impressive performances, the standout is an almost unrecognisable Daniel Craig playing blue-collar criminal Joe Bang.
An explosions expert sporting a heavy southern accent and bright blonde hair, he's an anti-glam version of Bond if you will. It's Craig's impeccable comedic timing that will make you wish the Bond films would let him exercise his comedic chops a little bit more.
It's only in the last act that the film starts to feel a little played out. The introduction of Hillary Swank as a Special Agent in the last 20 minutes of the film feels a little rushed and ultimately doesn't really go anywhere.