is a mixed-up romantic comedy set in the Las Vegas poker world.
It shows the funky rundown sides rather
than all the glitz and glitter of Vegas, and, yes, there's even
a championship show-down poker game.
I found this hit-and-miss movie is worth
seeing just for the hits--but if you're betting that it's got
some surprises up its sleeve, you're out of luck.
Those of you looking for a romantic pairing
will be sorely disappointed in Lucky You, a poker film
with no heart, diamonds, spades, or clubs.
With zero chemistry shared between the
two leads, it's up to the scenes on the green felt to peak your
curiosity -- and that's a royal flush!
Bluff? Call me!
The subject of the movie Lucky You
is gambling, which addresses the themes of obsession and redemption.
The story is a test of wills between father
and son, mentor and student, and ego-driven opponents.
The force and interesting appearance that
drive the main character in this film is the way in which he
interacts with those around him.
The cast and production are dramatically