Dagen and Kenny are two best friends in their early thirties living in New York who are looking for love in all the wrong places. One of them finds his dream girl, who just happens to be the daughter of the biggest mobster in town, and the other friend swindles her mob boss Dad out of a million dollars.
- Stars:Jefferson Brown, David J. Phillips, Carlo Rota, Tony Nappo, Vivica A. Fox, Corey Haim, Samantha Gutstadt, Jordan Madley, Skye Collyer, Dylan Ramsey, Michael Gelbart, Sean Tweedley, Adam Rodness, James Lafazanos, Christopher Dyson,
- Director:Dan Eisen,
- Writer:Evan Shear (original screenplay), Evan Shear (story), Justin L. Levine (story), Sean Tweedley (revised screenplay)
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(ru) wrote: I been Callin my Boyfriend's this for years LMAO they stole My shit But i wanna see it
(ca) wrote: When it's not ripping off 8 1/2 it has some really good moments.
(br) wrote: I grew up watching this countless times...used to retell the jokes/re-enact the skits @ school and I have him to thank for people thinking I was funny LOL I still, to this day, ask if people have seen it and if not, I make them LOL
(ag) wrote: Near-perfect semi-sequel to if.... finds Mick Travis (McDowell again) adrift in the world of adulthood. We trace his beginnings as a fresh-faced young coffee salesman through a series of misadventures, some comic, some surreal, forcing him into some painful realizations about life on the planet Earth. Based on an idea by McDowell, which David Sherwin turned into a script, O Lucky Man! is every bit the equal of if.... while being a completely different film. The tone here is darker but more overtly humorous, and laden with a subtle anguish which becomes progressively more overbearing, even up to the film's probably-sarcastic finale. The performances by the cast treat the film like a comedy, bringing a lightness of touch to even the film's grimmer moments. Anderson's dry English sense of the bizarre lends to a disorienting atmosphere ably brought to life once again by Miroslav Ondricek; the film is visually different from if.... but in its own way quite beautiful. A story of youthful idealism withered by the vagaries of life in a pathologically materialistic world, O Lucky Man is one of the quintessential 70s films.
(ru) wrote: Is to near with Elfen Lied anime, I think this psycollogic teenager thing with superpowers is very strong.
(es) wrote: I'll admit it, I do enjoy my occasional pulp action flicks (Mel Gibson action flicks, even), and this one is actually solid.
(mx) wrote: It was good, the movie cover makes it look way worse than it is