Logan Lucky
"Logan Lucky" is his return to filmmaking, but the audiences didn't seem to care. Here's why.
Steven Soderbergh's indie 'Logan Lucky,' despite its starry ensemble led by Channing Tatum and Daniel Craig, came in third.
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Steven Soderbergh’s return to cinemas is being touted as a big experiment for the movie business, but its success could mean better things for TV, too.
"Logan Lucky" is another stellar Steven Soderbergh heist movie, packed to the hilt with memorable scenes of robbing wildness. Here are seven more that will make you want to plan something hare-brained.
Soderbergh's career has been one of constant reinvention and refusing to accept Hollywood conventions of how to make and distribute films.
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From landmark indies to star-studded blockbusters, Steven Soderbergh has restlessly forged an eclectic body of work.
If "Logan Lucky" proves to be a hit, it could change the way auteur filmmakers go about producing and distributing their movies.
It appears Steven Soderbergh has pulled a fast one on everyone, including the actors of "Logan Lucky."
Soderbergh is back, and he's taking it easy. But if "Logan Lucky” begs you not to take it seriously, that doesn’t mean it lacks real soul.
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