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Despite the title’s suggestion, the Logan family could not be called lucky – Adam Driver’s droll bartender Clyde lost an arm in the Iraq war, while big brother Jimmy (Channing Tatum as an ursine, divorced dad) has been fired from his job fixing sinkholes. Younger sister Mellie (Riley Keough, tough, funny and underused here) fares a little better as a joyriding hairdresser, but she’s not superstitious. The three follow Jimmy’s to-do list (“Rules For Robbing a Bank”) to stage a heist in a bid to rewrite their family history, enlisting the help of local prison inmate and explosives expert Joe Bang (Daniel Craig).
Soderbergh films the movie with swing, relishing the overlapping and intertwining strands of the complex plot, the brightly lit personalities of the characters it involves, and the magnificently conceived, essential tiny details ...