- Actors: Leo Howard, Abigail Isom, Booboo Stewart
- Directors: Kyle Lawrence
- Format: NTSC
- Language: English
- Number of discs: 1
- Release Date: Nov. 10 2010
- Average Customer Review: 1 customer review
- ASIN: B0046WCM7M
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #163,364 in Movies & TV Shows (See Top 100 in Movies & TV Shows)
13-year-old Logan has a seemingly impossible idea to make a movie. After facing rejection from his peers at school and his careless parents at home, he turns to the one he knows he can always count on...his older brother Tyler. The two are nearly inseparable, but when Logans last hope lets him down, he wonders if it is all really worth it. At the turn of a tragic mishap, the brothers relationship is altered forever as Tyler is challenged to decide whether he ll do whatever it takes to see his brother s project succeed, even if it means risking it all. Directed by 22 year-old Kyle Lawrence, LOGAN shares a moving story about two brothers which is sure to capture the hearts of many.
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The write-up I had read about it was accurate: it is a moral tale, and like some USA films aimed at families carried a fairly prominent Christian message. I was relieved to find that this did not in any way spoil the film because sometimes such a stance does affect the 'reality' of the storyline.
I found it an uplifting tale, well-acted and filmed. The youngsters were pretty credible; I am a long-serving state school teacher so I know what is and is not believable in screen portrayal of children. In short, it's an engrossing and largely realistic tale, well told, and one feels genuinely uplifted at the denoument. I have kept actual description of the storyline to a minimum here so as not to spoil anyone's enjoyment.
The first part of the movie is setting up the situation, and gets a little slow in places. The last part of the movie tries a little too hard to make the point. To tell you what the point is however would be a major spoiler.
The DVD also has a director's commentary which is ok, and both a gag reel and deleted scenes which are both fun.