Logan

Theatrical Release: September 10, 2010
DVD Release: November 30, 2010
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Synopsis

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 can always count on…his other brother Tyler. The two are nearly inseparable, but when Logan’s last hope lets him down, he wonders if it’s 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.

Logan shares a moving story about two brothers which is sure to capture the hearts of many.

Dove Review

Logan appears to be your typical junior high student. He is close to his brother and has a good friend. However, he feels as if no one is listening to him. When he tries to make a movie and runs into a few brick walls, he decides that no one cares and his life isn’t important.

This film is an important one for all teens to see. It explores a difficult subject matter but handles it in a loving and positive way. Dove is pleased to award our Dove “Family-Approved” Seal to this wonderful film but recommends that parents watch it with their teens and discuss its content after viewing.

Content Description

Sex: Girl kisses boy on cheek.
Language: Butt Head-2; Jesus used appropriately.
Violence: Boy pushes teacher; boy pushes another boy.
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: Themes such as teen suicide; cutting and an attempted hanging.

Info

Company: Real Bean Entertainment
Director: Kyle Lawrence
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 94 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe