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The Lucky Man is a movie starring Jesse James, Burton Gilliam, and Mariana Paola Vicente. A young charismatic preacher and his hot Latina girlfriend travel Route 66 scamming the small churches along the way only to find that the...

Drama, Sci-Fi, Action
Norman Gregory McGuire
Brad Hawkins, Burton Gilliam, Jesse James, Mariana Paola Vicente

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Genres Drama, Sci-Fi, Action
Director Norman Gregory McGuire
Writer Norman Gregory McGuire
Stars Brad Hawkins, Burton Gilliam, Jesse James, Mariana Paola Vicente
Country USA
Runtime 1 h 38 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Traveling Route 66, a charismatic preacher, Reverend Johnny Jones, and his seductively beautiful Latina girlfriend, Rebecca, find their lives spiraling out of control as they travel from small town to small town; running their scam on the churches they encounter along the mother road. He's able to convince people he has the power to heal their illnesses and solve their most dreadful life experiences. But what the couple think is their scam begs the question does he really have the power? It's a question that haunts him and only intensifies his inner demons. Scarred for life, his childhood abuse from his evil father won't soon go away. He finds temporary refuge at the bottom of each bottle of tequila and endless grams of cocaine that goes up his nose. His childhood demons will not subside, neither will his vices. In the end, his powers serve as a blessing and a curse. Hang on tight while we follow this perilous couple's journey into the abyss of miracles and tragedy.

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Tuesday, 30 Jun 2020 03:07

I never thought I would enjoy a film like this as much as I did. It's a different take on the idea of flying with a completely unknown and first time director at the helm. He wants to show us a world that looks very much like ours. A world that just can't be told without using machines and information. With the engine races and ocean life going on. We're surrounded by it all. The whole cinema seemed to be trying to hide the lack of information. And then at the end, we suddenly see the characters standing in front of the vast open sea. In the distance there's this huge ship that can be seen from a distance. And you know the rest. A world of info where nothing can be seen. And you can feel the strange absence of information in our world. I liked how they kept the opening up as an information dump to show us the discovery of the world. You get information about the city, the colours of the sea and the weird things about this world. And then we meet the lead characters who are trying to find the information. The mysterious characters could be seen as a guy who just likes to show up in movies. This is a character that's not too bad. He's like a normal guy, just trying to get out of his office, to get a drink of water and a sandwich. But he seems to have a certain charm that makes him a cool character. He's kind of our guide into this strange world. The world of information. It's strange, almost on the brink of madness, and yet also kinda touching. We can see this in the characters, in the little messages the main character sends to his father and in the face that he gets when he gets his first info. There's something about him that makes us feel something, just a touch of something new. And there's a lot of secrets in this film. One of the main characters has a sort of fever, so he doesn't really know what's going on. The one thing that really strikes me about this film is the cinematography. It's perfect. The lighting and the way they use the colours to be able to show us what's going on, but we're not aware of it. In a way, it kind of reminds me of a samurai film. The main characters are being chased by some animals, and when they start to feel the presence of the creatures, they're suddenly able to see the power of it all. The film is also filmed really well, like the landscapes, the trees, and the sun being shining on them, and how the day and night is growing and changing. It's really pleasing to watch. The only problem with the cinematography is the lack of dialogue. You can tell that the writer has some issues with what's going on, like it's almost like the main character was having a nightmare about something and can't tell what's going on. The film never explains why there are so many people in this place, and that it's actually the main character who's talking to the beasts. They could have been a bit clearer about it. But that doesn't really bother me too much. I can't really say much more about this film, because the ending is a bit of a let down. At the end, you know what's going to happen, and I could have seen more, but it just didn't seem to fit with what the film was going for. At the end, you're kind of happy that the main character is still alive and in the right place, but I also feel that the next film should have a lot more scenes of him running around or exploring. The way he was shot was pretty good, but I wish the director could have made the story and the character much clearer. This film is a visual treat and a visual experience of a whole new world that we haven't seen before.
Saturday, 20 Jun 2020 11:30

The first and biggest reason why I love this movie is that it is very much different to the Star Wars films. The characters are much less ruthless, and more human than those we saw in the original trilogy. I don't remember seeing the Emperor, and he is such a great character in this film, even though he's not the main villain in the film. I also have a lot of respect for the the producers of this film, who actually put some of the best acting talent in the world. I think people need to be reminded that everyone's acting is their own. At first I thought that all of the actors (except for VFX) looked a little old, but I have since realized that it was actually really bad. The characters are not always in the same spot on the screen, but they are usually at a great angle. It's so refreshing to see something like this. I was surprised that I had some issues with the "spoiler" alert. The fact that the villain had a voice was not a spoiler, and the fact that he was voiced by Lance Henriksen is not a spoiler either. I've seen several people say that they thought the story was horrible, and I must agree. However, I think this movie will do very well when it gets the notice of the general audience. It is very unique, and although it is not on par with the original trilogy, it is definitely superior to the first Star Wars movies. Also, I am getting sick of all of the rumors that say the Star Wars films are becoming homages to Star Wars. I don't think that they are, but I also don't think that they will be. I think the original films are what helped make the series what it is, and this film shows that the series was much better before the prequels and the prequels got some of the best acting talent around. I was glad that the scenes with Anakin Skywalker, Darth Maul, and Yoda were extended. They were a lot of fun to see. I was also glad that it wasn't just about the First Order. I really liked the scene where Darth Maul killed Anakin Skywalker's father, which was awesome. I was also happy that R2-D2 was not in the movie. I really loved his scene with Anakin. The music was great. It fit very well with the scene. The shooting, the visuals, and the music all added up to make this film very unique. It is hard to believe that it has been about two decades since the last Star Wars movie came out, and this one is one of the best I have seen. Everyone in the audience and me really enjoyed this film. I have had friends ask me to go see it, and I have had people come up to me and thank me for seeing it, so I guess it was a success. I am very happy to have been able to see this movie. I had a great time. I will definitely be going back to see it again.

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