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Recensieoverzicht: Logan Lucky ‘shines through in everything lol’

Recensieoverzicht: Logan Lucky ‘shines through in everything lol’

With Logan Lucky makes director Steven Soderbergh – known for Ocean’s Eleven, a film about a bank robbery. The reviewers are excited about this comeback.

AD – four stars

“Feature films (bank)robberies are there in all shapes and sizes. But as insane as it goes in Logan, Lucky, see you rarely. The responsibility of his two brothers (played by a bloated Channing Tatum and a one-armed Adam Driver) who decide the cash register to steal a large sporting event, the traditional NASCAR race, where tens of thousands of Americans. (…) Logan Lucky offers great entertainment. It is clear that the actors with visible pleasure on their roles have deposited. Dry humor is the connecting link in this movie with a plot that is actually quite ingeniously put together.”

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The Volkskrant – four stars

“It is clear that Logan Lucky, not a mandatory number for the director: in everything gives the film lol. (…) Channing Tatum, the least vain hollywood star of the moment, shows itself in this, his fourth collaboration with Soderbergh again an excellent actor. His comic timing is flawless and he looks touchingly sincere as twattish, divorced father. The biggest stunt of Logan Lucky is not an impossible kluisroof, but the way Soderbergh with a highly entertaining mix of ironic exaggeration and blatant genreclichés at unexpected moments and knows how to move.”

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Het Parool – four stars

“With the strong blueprint and craftsmanship of Soderbergh, it is up to the actors to the icing on the cake. They do so with verve and contagious joy. Logan Lucky is a redneckversie of common overvalfilms and the whole ensemble takes the opportunity to it comes creamy and smooth to play. Bondvertolker Craig steals the show as helblonde bajesklant, Tatum, and Driver hit a sensitive nerve as the losers you all the luck in the world with the tuki. Soderbergh, keep it up!”

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The Guardian – four stars

“Logan, Lucky is the perfect way for Soderbergh to re-name to create as a film director after a busy sabbatical of five years. (…) If someone can manage to the biggest heist of all-to-commit – to do something different than the traditional business models of Hollywood prescription is he.”

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