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Sometimes all you need is for everything to go wrong.Aug. 05, 2022105 Min.
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Watch: Luck 2022 123movies, Full Movie Online – The curtain is pulled back on the millennia-old battle between the organizations of good luck and bad luck that secretly affects everyday lives..
Plot: Suddenly finding herself in the never-before-seen Land of Luck, the unluckiest person in the world must unite with the magical creatures there to turn her luck around.
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6.4/10 Votes: 18,126
48% | RottenTomatoes
48/100 | MetaCritic
N/A Votes: 978 Popularity: 322.197 | TMDB


**Overall : Luck feels as warm and familiar as a favorite blanket reminding us of some of our favorite Pixar movies from 25 years ago.**

A sweet movie with a sweet message. John Lasseter’s return to animation felt like a return to the Pixar stories of the 90s – hope-filled stories about finding meaningful friendships and family. Luck had moments of laughter and moments that touched your heart. It didn’t rise to the level of Toy Story or Finding Nemo, but it is definitely a good one. My three-year-old immediately wanted to start it over again when it ended, and she loved the fun creatures and bright-colored worlds. So it looks like Luck will be around the house quite a bit for the next few months.

Review By: mooney240

In theory, this ought to have been much better – but somehow it just doesn’t ever get going. The story centres around “Sam” who has the most damnable ill-luck. If it can go wrong for her (and those around her) then you can bet your last lucky penny then it will! Sitting, despondently, outside a café one day, she shares her sandwich with a black cat and thereafter her adventures start as she discovers this cat comes from the land of luck. Good luck, actually, reigned over benignly by the dragon (Jane Fonda). As with everything, though, it’s an equilibrium and there is a fine balance to be had with bad luck – which they try to contain in a machine. Her arrival spells doom for this finely stable environment. Soon she and the cat “Bob” are having to spin plates a-plenty to stop their universe collapsing into chaos. It’s far too wordy and worthy – the sentiment was all just a bit too sweet, sugary and over-whelming for me. It is a perfectly adequate production and the animation does enough, but at 1¾ it’s all just to thinly stretched out and actually quite slow. It will be fine for the kids on the television at Christmas, but it’s very limited cinema release speaks volumes…
Review By: CinemaSerf
First 10min fantastic, the last 5min pretty good, the rest meh…
I was laughing almost constantly for the first minutes, lovely stuff. The finale of the show was fun, loveable and had a good point. The problem is all the stuff in-between. It get very quickly convoluted, convenient and sure it is a cartoon but what are the rules of this world/s? This also has a pacing problem, which is not often you say about a cartoon..

The main character is great and despite me not being a huge fan of this movie I can still see the good and this is by no means bad. I also think that kids might like this a lot more than I did.

At the end of the day I had a decently good time. This was just not that good and entertaining in the middle parts (they should have made the movie 15min shorter) but overall not bad, and I will recommend this to parents and kids – I am fairly certain children will like this.

For me I give this a 6/10. Worth the watch but as an adult I recommend having a few glasses of wine ready for the boring middle parts.

Review By: namob-43673
the first from Skydance Animation
Greetings again from the darkness. “Find a penny, pick it up, and all day long you’ll have good luck.” That’s how the old saying goes, and it plays a prominent part in this first animated feature film from Skydance Animation. Directed by former Disney animation choreographer Peggy Holmes, and co-written by Kiel Murray (CARS, 2006) and writing partners Jonathan Aibel and Glenn Berger, who teamed on the “Kung Fu Panda” franchise (as well as other projects), the film’s approach shifted when Skydance hired John Lasseter as head of animation. You may know Mr. Lasseter as the creative force behind Pixar and such groundbreaking films as TOY STORY (1995), but he’s also the guy that faced multiple accusations of workplace sexual impropriety and left Disney Pixar in late 2017. His Skydance hiring brought a change of director to the project, and was the reason Oscar winner Emma Thompson recused herself, replaced by Oscar winner Jane Fonda, who evidently had no such qualms about working for Lasseter.

Sam Greenfield (voiced by Eva Noblezada) is a klutzy 18-year-old who has ‘aged out’ of the foster home where she has lived. Never experiencing a ‘forever family’, Sam has maintained a positive outlook on life, despite what she sees as a never-ending streak of mishaps, accidents, unfortunate coincidences, and overall bad luck. She’s been very supportive of her younger friend Hazel (Adalyn Spoon), who holds out hope for adoption and is a collector of good luck charms … missing only a lucky penny. While bumbling through her first days as an independent woman, Sam finds a lucky penny, only to have bad luck strike (in the form of an automatic toilet) before she can deliver it to Hazel. And soon, Sam is chatting up a talking black cat (Simon Pegg) before they both enter a portal that whisks them to the Land of Luck.

It might seem odd that a black cat brough Sam her first taste of good luck, but as the story develops, so does their friendship. The Land of Luck is run by a dragon (Jane Fonda), and it’s her Captain (Whoopi Goldberg) that has it out for Bob … and the shenanigans that Sam brings to this new world certainly don’t help. The Land of Luck consists of leprechauns and four-leaf clovers, rabbits (none missing a foot), and pigs (never knew they were considered lucky). Down below the Land of Luck is the land of Bad Luck, and it’s Jeff the Unicorn (a terrific Flula Borg) who is charged with keeping the ‘right’ mixture of good luck and bad that gets sent to the land of humans. Yes, it’s all a bit convoluted, but what the movie gets right are the colorful visuals and the fun characters. Sam, Bob, the Dragon, and Jeff are all memorable in their own way.

It seems pretty clear that John Lasseter’s fingerprints are on the final film, as influences from INSIDE OUT and SOUL are quite evident … although those films are far superior. Where this one falls short is in memorable and pointed storytelling, always a strength of Pixar. We are left a bit befuddled on the takeaway message. Are our lives determined by a mixture of good and bad luck? What about making our own luck and forging our own path? Taking responsibility for our own actions and building our own network of friends and acquaintances seems every bit as important as whether the toast lands jelly-side up or down. Despite all that, it’s a pretty solid first animated feature from a studio likely to continue to improve as more projects are released – assuming they have the best of luck!

In select theaters and on AppleTV+ on August 5, 2022.

Review By: ferguson-6

Other Information:

Original Title Luck
Release Date 2022-08-05
Release Year 2022

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 45 min (105 min)
Budget 0
Revenue 0
Status Released
Rated G
Genre Animation, Adventure, Comedy
Director Peggy Holmes, Javier Abad
Writer Kiel Murray, Jonathan Aibel, Glenn Berger
Actors Eva Noblezada, Simon Pegg, Jane Fonda
Country Spain, United States
Awards 1 nomination
Production Company N/A
Website N/A

Technical Information:

Sound Mix Dolby Digital, Dolby Atmos
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera N/A
Laboratory Company 3 (finish)
Film Length N/A
Negative Format N/A
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format N/A

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Original title Luck
TMDb Rating 7.957 978 votes

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