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October 20, 2009
Man Oh Man, No Car chases, Gun fights, Rape, Murder, Theft or Bad language, Drug or Alcoholic melt downs. Come On!!!! With today?s arrogant critics, audiences who demand things that explode and or burst into balls of blood filled fire and special effects every five seconds will surely find this film limp and uninteresting. For me it was just a chance visit with three soulful and
September 21, 2008
Heartfelt, funny, comedic timing, soulful look at 3 soldiers on stateside leave. It makes you laugh hard at the comedy of life, and you find tears in your eyes for the poignancy. SEE this film, it is not an Iraq war film.
August 16, 2008
This movie will be awesome. he writer/director is brilliant and the cast is excellent. The timing is perfect. A must see!!
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The Hollywood Reporter
This moderately engaging, offbeat film requires a patience that audiences haven't demonstrated recently for stories concerning the fate of soldiers at home or abroad. Full Review
Could be filed under "wacky misfire." Full Review
Though the lead performances are uniformly good, the film seems hazy in its focus from the start. Many of the scenes seem to simply meander. Full Review
The weakest aspect of The Lucky Ones is by far the conclusion, which is flat and contrived. Full Review
The New York Times
Because the lead actors work so well together, adding depth and levels of vulnerability to fairly underwritten roles, the emotional consequences of the sense of displacement these "lucky" characters -- lucky to be alive, lucky to have met one another -- must deal with always ring true. Full Review