Lottery Ticket

Lottery Ticket

Kevin Carson is a young man living in the projects who has to survive a three-day weekend after his opportunistic neighbors find out he's holding a winning lottery ticket worth $370 million

Lottery Ticket is a American comedy film directed by Erik White released on August 20, 2010. The story revolves around a young man who wins a $370 million lottery. And he soon realizes that people around him are not his real friends, but are just after he has money. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Lottery Ticket torrent reviews

Craig T (de) wrote: Love it. This movie is very heart warming in many way. The sound is awful and cast is new and not the old one. Hopely there making a 3rd one.

Tiger L (de) wrote: Better than the original

Eau F (gb) wrote: when there're more than two people in one love, problems always come.

Sheridan P (nl) wrote: Not hilarious, but smiled enough I guess

Dan S (au) wrote: A thought-provoking, well-produced documentary charting America's obsession with the horror movie under the social constraints of the late 1960s and 1970s. It features excellent contributions from all the major players involved with some enlightening and, at times, saddening real life footage from the time. A must-see for genre fans.

Cody Y (de) wrote: More Zooey Deschanel please.

Claire T (jp) wrote: hated it, do not want to watch this movie ever ever ever again, I expected better from Kirsten Dunst and Kirstie Alley, I didn't think it was a good movie and I don't want it on DVD

Joe C (gb) wrote: Mazes and Monsters-- great film, or GREATEST film? You be the judge.

Sharon S (us) wrote: Excellent movie & cast of a biracial girl who goes away to school and passes for white, tries to deny her love for a white doctor who adores taking care of her grandmothers wealthy friend, she Finds her calling

John O (br) wrote: I quite enjoyed this it was very twilight zone you can't cheat death Plot What if you can see the future and there was way that you could change the out come but every change you more people die fate Great story and suspenseful Visual effects were great Worthwhile watching

Jonathan C (mx) wrote: The cast of 11 & 12 (minus the leading ladies) goes back to Vegas as the franchise gets back to it's roots. A decent sequel made better by the presence of Al Pacino.

Brian V (mx) wrote: Octopussy had a couple of amusing points, but wasn't a great outing. It was shot during the campy bond era, where emphasis was on bad puns the pretense that bond was essentially a playboy swinger who happened to carry a gun.