It is so refreshing to see a heist film that has a good blend of comedy, wittiness, and cleverness. Sometimes, heist movies try too hard and have too many twists and turns until it becomes a mess. Logan Lucky is the complete opposite of that. It is truly hilarious and written so well that its difficult to look away from the screen. The entire cast is great as well, making it one of the summer’s best films. Continue reading Logan Lucky: Ensemble of the Summer Shines in This Witty Heist Movie (Review)
2017 has been a refreshing year for the heist movie. Edgar Wright’s Baby Driver kicked off the summer with a highly entertaining movie with a kickass soundtrack. Logan Lucky is a heist movie of a similar fashion. Steven Soderbergh returns to form with a hilarious robbery film with an awesome cast that excels in a different roles than audiences might expect from them. Continue reading Logan Lucky is Another Highly Entertaining Soderbergh Heist Film (Review)
I was surprised by how crowded the theatre was when I went to see Bond. It was Sunday afternoon, the movie had been out for two days already and the place was still packed. That’s rare for Lethbridge. James Bond is pretty popular and it’s not hard to see why. You know what you’re getting into – there’s car chases and fights and seductions and witty repartee all of these things done very very well. They must have sunk a ton of money into that thing, it was breathtaking to watch.
From EON Productions, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and Sony Pictures comes Spectre, the upcoming new James Bond film directed by Sam Mendes (Skyfall, American Beauty). The film stars Daniel Craig, Christoph Waltz, Ralph Fiennes and Monica Belluci. Spectre hits theaters November 6th.