Logan’s Movie Reviews: Light It Up, 1999

The topical story of a group of high school students who form a protest when they become fed up with their school’s poor conditions. After a shot is accidentally fired and a police officer is wounded, the resulting stand-off results in a media frenzy that pits the dirt-digging media against the well-intentioned students.

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Logan’s Movie Reviews – Atlanta, Season 2, Episode 6: Teddy Perkins, 2018


Darius answers an ad off of a message board for a piano and ends up at a mansion owned by an pale, idiosyncratic man with a mask-like face named Theodore “Teddy” Perkins, who also cares for a mute, wheelchair-bounded individual named Benny Hope whom he claims to be extremely photosensitive and his brother.
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Logan’s Movie Reviews: To Live and Die in LA, 1985

When his longtime partner on the force is killed, reckless U.S. Secret Service agent Richard Chance (William L. Petersen) vows revenge, setting out to nab dangerous counterfeit artist Eric Masters (Willem Dafoe). Along with his new, straitlaced partner, John Vukovich (John Pankow), Chance sets up a scheme to entrap Masters, resulting in the accidental death of an undercover officer. As Chance’s desire for justice becomes an obsession, Vukovich questions the lawless methods he employs.

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Logan’s Movie Reviews: 48 Hours, 1982

Renegade cop Jack Cates (Nick Nolte) pulls bank robber Reggie Hammond (Eddie Murphy) from a federal prison on a 48-hour leave to help him capture Hammond’s old partner, Albert Ganz (James Remar). Having escaped from a prison work crew, Ganz is on a killing spree around San Francisco, on the trail of half a million dollars that went missing after one of his robberies. The cocky Reggie knows where the money is, but spars with the hotheaded Jack as he enjoys his temporary freedom.

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Logan’s Movie Reviews: Bad Influence, 1990

Los Angeles marketing analyst Michael Boll (James Spader) struggles with insecurity despite his successes — until he meets a mysterious man, Alex (Rob Lowe), who promises to help him gain confidence. However, Alex’s guidance becomes toxic when he introduces Michael to sex, drugs and crime. When Michael’s life begins collapsing, he comes to realize that his mentor is a sociopath. Is it too late, or can Michael escape Alex’s sinister web of machinations?

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