Producers: Reid Carolin, Dan Fellman, Gregory Jacobs, Mark Johnson, Ken Meyer, Michael Polaire, Zane Stoddard, Matt Summers, Channing Tatum
Director: Steven Soderbergh
Writers: Rebecca Blunt
Major Cast: Daniel Channing Tatum, Riley Keough, Katie Holmes, Charles Halford, Adam Driver, Seth MacFarlane, Dwight Yoakam, and David Denman
Rating: PG-13 for language and some crude comments
Running Time: 1 hour and 58 minutes
Lucky Logan is about two brothers looking to better themselves financially in a heist that is also part revenge for what has happened in the past (sort of). I’m assuming they are from different fathers or mothers because Adam Driver and Channing Tatum look nothing alike. They concoct their plan, which includes a convict by the name of Joe. He’s still in prison, but his younger brothers aren’t. Outside the barb wire fence, Fish and Sam Bang are about as smart as two broken pencils in a box, but they are necessary. The deadpan voice of Adam Driver (Clyde Logan), the comedic interaction between Channing Tatum (Jimmy Logan) and Daniel Craig (Joe Bang), and the interaction among the whole cast makes it highly entertaining and watchable. This story has been done before, but it has enough content to leave you wanting more especially when the closing scene is done. Whether a sequel is made remains to be seen, but either way is fine with me.
Pisaries Creator rates Lucky Logan at 90%