Get Lucky



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Luke Treadaway Photo
Luke Treadaway as Lucky
James Cosmo Photo
James Cosmo as Mr. Zigic
T.J. Ramini Photo
T.J. Ramini as Raphael
Richie Campbell Photo
Richie Campbell as Brown George
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701.43 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 26 min
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1.24 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 26 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by leonblackwood2 / 10

Rubbish! 2/10

Review: This movie is an awful attempt at a English heist movie, because the storyline is terrible, along with the acting. From the beginning the film is all over the place, which just made me loose interest. The main character looks more like a geek than a criminal, an once again, there using Eastern Europeans as the criminals. To be honest, I wasn't expecting that much from this film because most of Craig Fairbrass movies. The ending was a clear indication that there is going to be a sequel, which I definitely won't be rushing to see. Disappointing!

Round-Up: I'm yet to see a good crime caper movie come out of England since Guy Ritchies older movies. This country seems to be stuck in a rut for ideas, but that's not to say that America has come out with anything that decent nowadays. Ever since the writers strike in Hollywood, everyone has seemed to have turned to TV sitcoms and the movies that come out of Hollywood are either remakes or just complete rubbish. Independent films have taken advantage of the lack of originality in the big budget movies, and a few of them have paid off. This is just to show that know matter how much the technology has moved forward, the premise of a good movie ALWAYS relies on the storyline. I just hope that things pick up soon.

Budget: $5million Worldwide Gross:

I recommend this movie to people who like there crime capers that are set in the UK. 2/10

Reviewed by bowmanblue2 / 10

Shockingly bad

From the opening scene you know you're in for a rough ride. It's the acting. I could deal with the tired and worn plot, or the multitude of London gangster clichés, but having every line delivered like the actor or actress is hyper aware of the camera is just too much to watch.

I can only assume the multitude of 5 star reviews on Amazon have been written by people connected to the film (either that or very easily pleased!). 5 star reviews should be reserved for films which are going to stand the test of time. This doesn't even come close to a film that will last. If you can make it through the first fifteen minutes then you're doing well! For a London film, don't expect too many Londoners - the main character is a posh boy who looks about fifteen years old, but just happens to be a criminal mastermind when he gathers a gang of out of work actors (or London wideboys - one of the two) to pull off a heist to pay off someone for something. It really doesn't matter. You won't care.

This is the definition of 'low budget.' There's nothing here you haven't seen before, the only problem is you've seen it all soooo much better. Save yourself an hour and a half and just put Lock Stock on again. Even if you spot this in the 'bargain basket' DVD section in some motorway service station and it's going cheap, don't bother. Buy a packet of Fruit Pastels instead - they're more enjoyable.

Reviewed by kosmasp3 / 10

Another one

There are quite a few movies out there who emulate the same kind of formula. So behind the betrayals and double stabbings or plot twists, there is a shallow shell waiting to be opened. But as it is with those things, nothing good waits inside of it. Actually it's almost better not to watch at all.

That's not to say this does not have its fair share of moments (the relationship between two bouncers/hit men is pretty neat and probably the best thing) or the fact that the actors are really trying and almost succeeding in conveying their emotions. But in the end you just won't care for anyone or anything that is coming at you ... literally.

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