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Why ‘Logan Lucky’ is So Much More Than a Redneck ‘Ocean’s Eleven’

“They’re calling it Ocean’s 7-11,” a character says near the end of the goofy and wonderfully charming new film Logan Lucky, marking a welcome return for filmmaker Steven Soderbergh to the big screen. The winking in-joke, nodding to the 2000s-era trilogy that Soderbergh directed with a slew of massive movie stars making up the eponymous […] The post Why ‘Logan Lucky’ is So Much More Than a Redneck ‘Ocean’s Eleven’ appeared first on /Film.
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