Excerpt: Introduction I had to order this movie from iLoveFilm, i remember watching it on TV when I was a child. It is still an excellent movie now as it was in the mid 80's and even then it was 10 years old.
Excerpt: This film was something I watched the other day to see if it was any good as i'd previously heard mixed reviews. Overall it is actually pretty good, slightly short of being great but very good nonetheless.
Conclusion: Although the disc cover states the picture is 1:85 to 1 this is excactly them same format as the Region 1 DVD, even though that describes it as "Wide Screen". The version of the film on both Region 1 and Region 2 is identical so buying the Region 2 DVD means you do not loose any of the picture...
Excerpt: Welcome to the 23rd century, a future where war, disease, pollution and overcrowding are things of the past, where man now resides in great domes where every desire and need is catered for by machines.
Conclusion: This is one of my favourite si-fi films from the 1970's with only Alien and Star Wars being better around that time. The story of Logan's Run is that humans live in a massive city which is inside a dome, and they go to a better place when they reach the age of 30.
Excerpt: I found the video of Logan's Run on a shelf behind my television; I thought to myself 'Maybe my Dad bought it awhile ago - he likes sci-fi films'. Though the sleeve looked terribly dated I considered that I should at least give it a go, not least because I was very bored on this particular weekend...
Excerpt: Logan's Run provides a reasonable debate centred on a moral dilemma - Would you live in a utopian society if you had to commit voluntary euthanasia at the age of thirty? Its setting is typically futuristic for a 1970's film and it's a worthy effort for the genre of science-fiction.