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Lucky Day

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Canada, France · 2019
Rated R · 1h 39m
Director Roger Avary
Starring Luke Bracey, Nina Dobrev, Crispin Glover, Ella Ryan Quinn
Genre Action, Crime, Thriller

A newly released from prison safe cracker tries to keep his family together and also deal with a hitman seeking revenge for the death of his brother.

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The New York Times by Glenn Kenny

If you’re one of those people who believes the Tarantino of today still needs to “grow up,” this movie will provide an oblique but vivid insight into how much worse things might have been.


The Hollywood Reporter by Jordan Mintzer

Generic and too self-indulgent, if energetic and occasionally funny, the film’s greatest attribute is by far co-star Crispin Glover, who steals the show as a deranged French-speaking assassin named Luc Chaltier.


Los Angeles Times by Michael Rechtshaffen

As wannabe Tarantino misfires go, at least one can say that Avary, who in addition to sharing story credit on “Pulp Fiction” also contributed (uncredited) to “True Romance,” comes by the affectation more honestly than most.


Variety by Peter Debruge

The trouble is, apart from Glover’s unforgettably weird contribution, Lucky Day isn’t a particularly memorable offering. It’s enough to get Avary back in the game, one hopes, but considering his talent, this is hardly the film his fans have been waiting for.

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