Lucky Them

Lucky Them

More interested in partying and flirting with young musicians than work, veteran rock journalist Ellie Klug has one last chance to prove her value to her magazine’s editor: a no-stone-unturned search to discover what really happened to long lost rock god, Matt Smith, who also happens to be her ex-boyfriend. Teaming up with an eccentric amateur documentary filmmaker, Ellie hits the road in search of answers.

Ellie Klug is a veteran rock journalist loves party and flirt. One day, she is forced to team up with an amateur documentary filmmaker to track down her ex-boyfriend who is lost without reason. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Lucky Them torrent reviews

Sabine B (ru) wrote: Really, some interesting and abstract ideas in this film. Not a fantastic film, but a very great one. The way that Jarman twists stories so that they are incredibly bizarre makes them all the more probable.

richard g (ag) wrote: it was a beautiful movie, touching and interesting and engaging. it felt like i was simply easedropping on the lives of these people.

Nicholas S (kr) wrote: I was surprised how much I liked this film. It is a series of very interesting plot threads that very quickly all come together to create an intricate weave of karma. A definite morality play that while not a comedy has funny moments in its very serious message.

Jules H (nl) wrote: This film is sheer reason why shows have to be careful about how they handle a script if they want to expand into theaters. Hey Arnold: The Movie, quite frankly, packs so much 30 minute episode material into a 70 minute film that it forgets what makes the TV show memorable. And when it doesn't come off as a mere extended episode, it does everything that the show stood against.Unless the audience is a child or a fan of the TV show, I'm afraid I can't vouch for this thing.

Zahid C (es) wrote: Day: FridayDate: 3 Jan 2003Amt: 55 RsTime: 3.45pmOver at: 5.30pmWith: ShreekantTheatre: Eros, MumbaiSeat No: W101 - W102Name: BOLLYWOOD HOLLYWOODGood

Rob C (ag) wrote: A depressed pathologist, links the death of his former medical school friend with a videotape given to him by a reporter. Rasen takes a complete turn of events in its plot and introduces new elements to the film. I believe the route Rasen took was ludicrous and made the film out to be more of a thriller than any. The dramatic approach coupled with its sensual overtones was a bad move on George IIda. It made the spirit out to be some girl on a fatal attraction trip. It was great to have the film intertwined with the last and include the same characters, but changing the feel of the film was a mistake on IIda. There was no horror, only a film about evolution and its pretentious realisation for the future of the world. A completely different film that had nothing to do with the first one.

Mark B (gb) wrote: Absolutely loved this. Burns & Co. nail it again.

Bryan I (nl) wrote: Cute if VERY VERY light. Not quite the fast pace of a farce (though it wants to be one)...

Ian C (us) wrote: A solid sequel which is a lot nastier but the revenge premise isn't as good.

Les E (it) wrote: Laughton shows his versatility in this wonderful innocent comedy. Every character was a joy and just nudged the ridiculous. This is the reason I love movies from this era. Wholly dependent on story and acting we get 90 minutes of pleasure.

Matt R (au) wrote: This is a dumb movie, but enough of its absurd moments are so hilariously bad that it attains a fun B-movie status.