Lucky Day

Lucky Day

Lucky Day

Hacksaw Ridge's Luke Bracey is a a fresh-out-of-jail safe-cracker whose past catches up with him in this action thriller directed by the Oscar-winning co-writer of Pulp Fiction, Roger Avary. While trying to keep his family together and start his life anew, Red (Bracey) finds himself being hunted by an insane assassin (Crispin Glover).

201999 minsFrance, CanadaEnglish and French with English subtitles
ActionCrimeThriller

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

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If anyone's going to get that Tarantino-esque vibe right, it might as well be one of the guys who invented it, and Avary delivers his select brand of snappy dialogue, cartoonish characters and cutthroat comic brutality with a sure hand.

The New York Times

The New York Times

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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.

Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

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That fortunate feeling runs out early on in "Lucky Day," a thoroughly unappetizing serving of regurgitated "Pulp Fiction" flung out by Quentin Tarantino's early writing collaborator, Roger Avary.

Variety

Variety

press

The trouble is, apart from Glover's unforgettably weird contribution, "Lucky Day" isn't a particularly memorable offering.

Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

If anyone's going to get that Tarantino-esque vibe right, it might as well be one of the guys who invented it, and Avary delivers his select brand of snappy dialogue, cartoonish characters and cutthroat comic brutality with a sure hand.

The New York Times

The New York Times

press

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.

Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

press

That fortunate feeling runs out early on in "Lucky Day," a thoroughly unappetizing serving of regurgitated "Pulp Fiction" flung out by Quentin Tarantino's early writing collaborator, Roger Avary.

Variety

Variety

press

The trouble is, apart from Glover's unforgettably weird contribution, "Lucky Day" isn't a particularly memorable offering.

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