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: Luke Cage, 2016 – Season 1, Episode 7

Show Premise: A hoodie-wearing, unbreakable ex-con fights to clear his name and save his neighborhood. He wasn’t looking for a fight, but the people need a hero.

Season 1 Episode 7: Manifest: Mariah’s political career comes under fire, and Cottonmouth picks up information that could put Luke on the run.

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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: The Black Panther, 2018


“Black Panther” follows T’Challa who, after the events of “Captain America: Civil War,” returns home to the isolated, technologically advanced African nation of Wakanda to take his place as King. However, when an old enemy reappears on the radar, T’Challa’s mettle as King and Black Panther is tested when he is drawn into a conflict that puts the entire fate of Wakanda and the world at risk.

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Logan’s Movie Reviews: Breaking Bad – Season 4 Episode 13: Face Off, 2011

Walter White (Bryan Cranston) and Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul) – Breaking Bad_Season 4 – Photo Credit: Ben Leuner/AMC

Breaking Bad – Season 4 Episode 13: Face Off, 2011

Jesse is brought to the FBI for questioning on his knowledge of ricin. In a last effort to kill Gus, Walt must ask for help from an old enemy.

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Logan’s Movie Reviews: Which Way is Up? 1977

Richard Pryor, playing three different roles, stars in one the craziest madcap movies of all time. Leroy Jones (Pryor), a poor orange picker, mistakenly joins a labor strike against his employer and is promptly fired. Forced to leave his wife and family behind – which also includes Leroy’s father (also played by Pryor), Leroy heads to Los Angeles where he meets and falls in love with a beautiful labor organizer, Vanetta. Splitting time between his wife Annie Mae and his new mistress, Leroy finds out that the Reverend Lenox Thomas (also played by Pryor) got his wife pregnant while he was absent. Leroy then make the moves on the reverend’s wife.

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Logan’s Movie Reviews: Jack Frost, 1998

As a touring musician clinging to dreams of stardom, aging rocker Jack Frost (Michael Keaton) never had much time for his wife, Gabby (Kelly Preston), and young son, Charlie (Joseph Cross). A year after Jack’s tragic death in a car accident on Christmas Day, Charlie plays a mournful tune on his father’s harmonica. Much to his surprise, the elder Frost is magically brought to life as a snowman on the family lawn. Given a second chance, Charlie and Jack struggle to make up for lost time.
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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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