Logan Lucky

Logan Lucky
Logan Lucky

Year

2017

Duration

119 minutes

Genres

Comedy, Crime, Drama

Language

English

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Synopsis

Jimmy Logan is a labourer in southern America whose once promising football career was wrecked by injury, and has just lost his job as a construction worker. His brother Clyde has recently returned from a tour of duty in Iraq in which he lost a hand. Hoping to reverse a family curse, the pair team up with a group of rogues and criminals to attempt to pull off a robbery worth millions of dollars at a legendary American motor race. Full of a deliberately broad group of misfits, this madcap heist film does not take itself too seriously, but is distinctively the stylish work of one of modern American cinema’s most acclaimed directors, with a remarkable cast.

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12 Classification

Infrequent strong language, moderate violence.

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