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Unlike every other weapon in and out of science fiction history, LR's "blasters" do not actually shoot anything.There is simply an explosion at their designated target.Living in a city within an enclosed dome, there is little or no work for humans to perform and inhabitants are free to pursue all of the pleasures of life.There is one catch however: your life is limited and when you reach 30, it is terminated in a quasi-religious ceremony known as Carousel.See more » Beyond the entrapment of lavish special effects (for which "Logan's Run" won an Oscar anyway), few science fiction films actually present a good story, much less one that makes you think and/or presents new ideas. Before "Stars Wars" enraptured audiences with its stunning special effects and created a precedent for a string of similarly effects-laden knock-offs and genre wanna-be's (mirroring what "The War of the Worlds" had done for audiences in the 50's), true science fiction films such as "Logan's Run" were giving us stories simply complimented by special effects, not about them.I say "true" because "Star Wars" is of the fantasy genre; it is not a science fiction story, though it does share some common elements."Logan's Run" presents us with a vivid, somewhat horrifying vision of a possible future.
Logan is such a man and with several years before his own termination date, thinks nothing of the job he does.
Though, in all honesty, I care more about and become more closely associated with the characters in "Star Wars," the disassociation I feel for LR's characters somewhat aids the lack of individuality that the story tries to convey. Beautiful cinematography and settings greatly compliment the film's mood and timeframe, from the sterile domed city to the decimated Washington D.