Good Luck Chuck

Good Luck Chuck

Cursed since childhood, dentist Charlie Kagan cannot find the right woman. Even worse, he learns that each of his ex-girlfriends finds true love with the man she meets after her relationship with him ends. Hearing of Charlie's reputation as a good-luck charm, women from all over line up for a quick tryst. But when Charlie meets the woman of his dreams, he must find a way to break the curse or risk losing her to the next man she meets.

In order to keep the woman of his dreams from falling for another guy, Charlie Logan has to break the curse that has made him wildly popular with single women: Sleep with Charlie once, and the next man you meet will be your true love. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Good Luck Chuck torrent reviews

Phillip K (au) wrote: Video game movie... don't need to put much else.

Knox M (it) wrote: This thought provoking meditation on contemporary technology is a biting satire from Werner Herzog.

Grant S (ru) wrote: Dull, superficial, trashy and very stupid.

Sanjay D (nl) wrote: Just watchable (but not worthing missing your bicycle ride for). A very standard story-line & caricature like depiction of a madrasi marrying into punju family. Alia's performance is good, Arjun unimpressive, Ronit excelled, Amrita a half-baked stereotype.

Jenny P (gb) wrote: The only thing that kept me going was seeing Shahid's face cause man Rani Mukherjee was so annoying in this. It was a decent movie. I think it's definitely worth watch with a friend.

Elisa T (gb) wrote: Un film libanais trs touchant.

Jeff T (es) wrote: About love through divided culture and age gap.

Kanya A (it) wrote: Should be one of the greatest memoirs of the Jewish resistance. Full of twists

Betty L (it) wrote: haha i watched this 4 years ago and just re-watched during this easter holiday when it was played on tv. i think i understood it better this time, and i like it better too.

jessica c (mx) wrote: I like this movie because its A great movie I think people out there would like it too. Why don't people like this movie its a good movie you should like it but you don't have to cuz its your life not mine but if you watch this movie you might cry but it'll be ok lots of people cry I think this movie is really cool. You would like this movie if you ever watch it I think you have maybe. Movie is really cool if you want I can tell you more about it whatever you know send messages to the iPad . Well if you want to know more just ask me well whatever well I got to go but ask me more if you want to SIA .

Gabo T (es) wrote: Malita. Dolph Lundgren demuestra por que razn es llamado the Killing Machine. Como buena mquina no piensa mucho y eso se nota tanto en el guin como en las caractersticas del personaje y sus dilogos. Una escena de sexo entre Icarus y su esposa cuando ella an no sabe lo que ha pasado con su hija es realmente poco creble. Violenta y con harta accin, pero ser una pelcula B le afecta. Prcticamente no hay final. Dolph Lundgren toma algo del Schwarzenegger de Comando y True Lies, pero incluso Arnold tena algo de carisma y ms diversin.Decepcin extra: el clich (C) hueco del nombre Icarus.

Bill C (fr) wrote: psychologist impersonator heal thyself. If it doesn?t play in Peoria ? I really love this movie because all the character are people you would meet walking down main street America. Each character is even more likable than the rest. Mumford escapes the big city and big city attitude for small town hypochondria. I?ve not scene such an in depth view of middle America since Talking heads ?True Stories? Yes people are as neurotic as Woody Allen in other places other than New York. I really love how he reaches (kinda self serving and voyeuristically) into other peoples lives in a since to reach his own karmic balance. Definitely reaching out to help other people to help himself this movie is the anti- serotonin up take inhibitor advertisement. If you know what that sentence mean you in all probability will not really get into the concept of this movie.

William M (es) wrote: heh good thing I wasnt a nerd

MF J (ag) wrote: Another random remake from a Sydney Poitier film starring Ashton Kutcher & Bernie Mac. Nothing really new under the sun, Kutcher seems as dumb as ever & he rest of the cast seem to be wondering why the hell they are in this dud? Oh yeah they all got a big pay check i forgot.

Allan C (nl) wrote: Movies like "Ocean's 11" or "Mission Impossible" would not exist without their forebearers, "Topkapi" in particular with it's classic museum jewel heist scene at the end of the film, memorably done in almost complete silence. The rest of the film is fun too, particularly Peter Ustinov, but it's the final heist scene, brilliantly directed by blacklisted filmmaker Jules Dassin, that sets this one apart.

Brandon A (us) wrote: How does a movie so beautifully directed and plotted end up contradicting it's own message? Well, Traitor seems to do that. Perfectly.The first thing you'll notice during your first watch is the film's perspective on its characters. For once, we see things through the eyes and mind of a terrorist. And to be truthful, it's pretty damn realistic. For a movie that starts out promising something as deeply-plotted and dramatic as it sets out to be, Traitor seems to perform a complete 180 right during the halfway point.The movie sets you up by sympathizing with the main character, Samir, played by the legendary Don Cheadle. As the movie places you with the terrorist organization Samir is dedicated to, you begin to realize the true motifs and philosophies of a terrorist. Now, take the other half of the story, the FBI's story. They're portrayed as hot-headed, persistent, and blank-as-a-wooden-board. You do not care for them. Even Guy Pearce, one of my all-time favorite actors, couldn't bring the slightest interest or care from me.*SPOILERS AHEAD*So, the terrorist group's plan is to place 30+ suicide bombers into America and have them all blow up on transit buses across the country, all at the same time. As evil as this may sound, the movie's perspective WANTS you to want these terrorists to fall through with the plan. You WANT exploding buses. You WANT the Americans to pay for their crimes. And no, this is not what I, ME, would want, but the movie makes you sympathize with the terrorists. You feel bad for the "bad guys." But no, this is where the movie decides to disregard everything. The ending scene shows the plan just about to follow through, and the big twist was one that ruins the entire plot. Don Cheadle's character was actually a TRAITOR (wow, just like the name!). Yes, he had spent his entire life devoted to the terrorists, became them, killed innocents for them, but NOPE. He's actually the GOOD GUY! He is the hero! He actually placed all the suicide bombers on the same bus! It doesn't make sense. Nothing in this movie makes sense, and it's all because of the ending. I feel as though this movie was caught by Hollywood producers and decided to give it a "good guys win" ending. But... the entire movie made you believe the good guys (FBI) were actually the BAD GUYS. So... why make THEM win in the end? It's contradictory and ruins the entire purpose of the film. Also there's an infinite number of plot holes. All I can say about that.The only good things I can bring about this movie are its realistic settings and the incredible themes it could have presented, if only it didn't contradict itself. What potential this could have had.

Frances H (ca) wrote: I wanted to see this film because of the actors, especially Tom Courtney, but after reading the description of the plot, decided it was just too depressing. Why do the critics always love films that are depressing as hell?