Logan (film)

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Logan
Directed byKyle Lawrence, Caleb Doyle (co-director)
Music byDavid Clevenger
CinematographyJohn Grove
Editing byKyle Lawrence
StudioLogan Films
Distributed byReal Bean Entertainment
Release dates
  • September 10, 2010 (2010-09-10)
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish
Budget$135,000
Box office$10,474
 
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Logan
Directed byKyle Lawrence, Caleb Doyle (co-director)
Music byDavid Clevenger
CinematographyJohn Grove
Editing byKyle Lawrence
StudioLogan Films
Distributed byReal Bean Entertainment
Release dates
  • September 10, 2010 (2010-09-10)
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish
Budget$135,000
Box office$10,474

Logan is a 2010 film directed by Kyle Lawrence and Caleb Doyle by Real Bean Entertainment.

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The film begins with Tyler (Patrick Probst) and little brother Logan (Leo Howard) at the movie theater watching a brand new action film, that Tyler thinks was amazing, while Logan thinks it was bad and had no content. Then Logan tells Tyler about his plans to make a movie. Tyler says that he can make a movie. Then, while looking for actors, and crew workers, he faces rejection from his peers at school and his careless parents at home. Then Logan turns to the one he can always count on- Tyler. But when Tyler gets mad at Logan because of a misunderstanding about losing his jacket for his concert, Tyler tells Logan that the movie was a stupid idea, and that it was so bad he couldn't even finish reading it. He tells Logan, "you're only doing this for the attention anyway. It's not worth it. You're never gonna finish it, Logan". Then, while the parents are out and Tyler is at his band concert, Logan does what Tyler never thought he would- he tries to hang himself. Tyler comes up after getting angry at his orchestra leader, he looks all over the house trying to find Logan- and when he does, he is hanging from a tree in the backyard. Logan lives but if Tyler was two minutes late, he would have been brain dead. Although Tyler tries to get through the tragedy with the help of his friends, Ben (Booboo Stewart) and Carlie (Nicole Cummins), he just cannot. At the turn of the unexpected tragedy, the brothers' relationship is altered forever and Tyler is challenged to do whatever it takes to see his little brother's project succeed, even if that means risking it all.

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