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Szczesciarz Rating: 43 out of 100 based on 20 reviews.
Obsada
Jay R. Ferguson

Keith Clayton
Adam LeFevre

Judge Clayton
Robert Hayes

Victor (as Robert Terrell Hayes)
Joe Chrest

Deputy Moore
Russell Durham Comegys

Roger Lyle (as Russ Comegys)
Sharon Conley

Principal Miller (as Sharon Morris)
Ann McKenzie

Charlotte Clayton
Cameron Banfield

Younger Marine
Ritchie Montgomery

Cottage Owner
Courtney J. Clark

Logan's Sister (as Courtney J. Clark)
Produkcja
Director:Scott Hicks
Producer:Denise Di Novi (producer)
Kevin McCormick (producer)
Bruce Berman (executive producer)
Alison Greenspan (executive producer)
Kerry Heysen (co-producer)
Ravi D. Mehta (executive producer)
Writer:Will Fetters (screenplay)
Nicholas Sparks (novel)
Recenzje dla Szczesciarz
Advocate (Baton Rouge, LA)
“The Lucky One” is yet another adaptation of a Nicholas Sparks novel, so you know exactly what you’re getting walking into this thing. It’s predictable and schmaltzy and sappy and smothered with voiceover that explains the film’s already...
New York Post
I’m beginning to think writer Nicholas Sparks isn’t one person at all, but a roomful of ladies doing Harlequin-romance Mad Libs. Occasionally they’ll hit a winning combination, as in the Sparks novel “The Notebook,” which yielded the shameless but sexy...
Filmcritic.com
Rest easy: in spite of similarities in both theme and appearance, The Lucky One is actually not Charlie St. Cloud 2. The specter of deceased loved ones does linger over the proceedings, but it's done in a very amorphous mannet.
Boxoffice Magazine
Author Nicholas Sparks has certainly found the magic formula for novels that translate into box office success. With sizable hits including The Notebook, Dear John and Message in a Bottle, Sparks has defined the modern-day...
RedEye
Don’t just assume “The Lucky One” is some schmaltzy, ordinary Nicholas Sparks (“The Notebook”) adaptation in which a dreamy guy (Zac Efron), who says stuff like “You should be kissed every day, every hour, every minute,” comes to the aid of a...
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Advocate (Baton Rouge, LA)
“The Lucky One” is yet another adaptation of a Nicholas Sparks novel, so you know exactly what you’re getting walking into this thing. It’s predictable and schmaltzy and sappy and smothered with voiceover that explains the film’s already...
New York Post
I’m beginning to think writer Nicholas Sparks isn’t one person at all, but a roomful of ladies doing Harlequin-romance Mad Libs. Occasionally they’ll hit a winning combination, as in the Sparks novel “The Notebook,” which yielded the shameless but sexy...
Filmcritic.com
Rest easy: in spite of similarities in both theme and appearance, The Lucky One is actually not Charlie St. Cloud 2. The specter of deceased loved ones does linger over the proceedings, but it's done in a very amorphous mannet.
Boxoffice Magazine
Author Nicholas Sparks has certainly found the magic formula for novels that translate into box office success. With sizable hits including The Notebook, Dear John and Message in a Bottle, Sparks has defined the modern-day...
RedEye
Don’t just assume “The Lucky One” is some schmaltzy, ordinary Nicholas Sparks (“The Notebook”) adaptation in which a dreamy guy (Zac Efron), who says stuff like “You should be kissed every day, every hour, every minute,” comes to the aid of a...
Aisle Seat
The Lucky One is the latest movie adapted from a Nicholas Sparks novel. Ah, Nicholas Sparks. I haven't read any of the man's books, but the films based on them have all been the same. Two damaged people meet and fall passionately in love.
Screen Jabber
And so another Nicholas Sparks novel heads to the big screen. In fact, The Lucky One is the seventh of his books to reach the cinema.
Movies.com
A good movie reveals new pleasures with each viewing. Everytime I see Vertigo, something new hits me in the face. I even had to have several edge-of-the-frame sight gags in the recent comedy surprise 21 Jump Street pointed out to me after the fact by...
Reel Film Reviews
Based on the novel by Nicholas Sparks, The Lucky One follows soldier Logan Thibault (Zac Efron) as he tracks down and befriends the woman (Taylor Schilling's Beth) that he believes kept him alive in Iraq - with the film, for the most part, detailing...
7M Pictures
Look, I get the fact that I am a cynical dude, which makes me pretty much the opposite of the demographic that the entirety of Nicholas Sparks’ film catalogue is marketed to, but there’s still no excuse for “The Lucky One.”
The A.V. Club
The Lucky One, a Nicholas Sparks adaptation directed by Shine’s Scott Hicks, spends the first chunk of its running time using extraordinary circumstances to maneuver Zac Efron’s protagonist into the position to embark on a perfectly ordinary romance.
ScreenWize
You get just what you’d expect from this Nicholas Sparks romance – good-looking people, ever so soft lighting, and music just tender enough to stir your soul while you watch the inevitability of soul mates finding true love - with a few tear-jerking...
Eric D. Snider
There are people (mostly young men) whose knee-jerk response to Zac Efron is that he's a terrible actor whose movies are all terrible -- but who feel that way not because they've seen and disliked anything he's done but because he was in the...
iHaveNet.com
You don't need a message in a bottle to get the word out: Author Nicholas Sparks knows his audience. Conservative moviegoers (along with plenty of centrists and liberals) take to the latest Sparks adaptation, gratefully.
Sacramento News & Review
On his last tour in Iraq, a Marine (Zac Efron) finds a picture of a woman (Taylor Schilling) that becomes a good-luck charm for him. Back home and mustered out, he walks from Colorado to Louisiana to find her, then can’t find words to say what brought...
Entertainment Weekly
The Lucky One marks the latest attempt to turn Zac Efron into a major dreamboat movie star, and more than ever, he looks the part. No longer the winsome boy of Charlie St. Cloud, he has grown up and filled out. In theory, that makes him the perfect...
Fresno Bee
If you've seen any film based on a Nicholas Sparks book, there should be no surprises with the latest adaptation, "The Lucky One." It features the same small-town setting, likable characters, emotional crossroads and multi-generational elements that he...
Shadows on the Wall
The Lucky One Zac Efron isn't a bad actor, but this kind of sappy movie will do nothing to build his credibility. The flimsy plot might just about hold a pre-teen girl's interest, but lazy writing and bland production waste the decent filmmaking and...
MovieXclusive.com
I can presume that producer Denise Di Novi must be quite the Nicholas Sparks fan, having produced all of the author's works for the big screen from The Notebook to this latest film with Zac Efron headlining the cast. In some fashion, Sparks fans and...
Birmingham Mail
THERE are some really good stories at the heart of this adaptation of yet another novel by Nicholas Sparks. Read More http://www.birminghammail.net/what-is-on-in-birmingham/film-reviews/2012/05/04/film-review-the-lucky-one-97319-30902126/#ixzz1vcv1XZOM
Obsada
Zac Efron...Logan
Taylor Schilling...Beth
Blythe Danner...Ellie
Riley Thomas Stewart...Ben
Jay R. Ferguson...Keith Clayton
Adam LeFevre...Judge Clayton
Robert Hayes...Victor (as Robert Terrell Hayes)
Joe Chrest...Deputy Moore
Russell Durham Comegys...Roger Lyle (as Russ Comegys)
Sharon Conley...Principal Miller (as Sharon Morris)
Ann McKenzie...Charlotte Clayton
Kendal Tuttle...Aces
Cameron Banfield...Younger Marine
Ritchie Montgomery...Cottage Owner
Courtney J. Clark...Logan's Sister (as Courtney J. Clark)
Jillian Batherson...Amanda
Nedal Yousef...Iraqi Translator
Trey Burvant...Logan's Brother in Law
Amanda Fetters...Grace
Cole Jackson...Teasing Boy
Dorian Davis...Teasing Boy
Gavin Reyna...Logan's Nephew
Matthew Michaud...Logan's Nephew
Naim Alherimi...Cursing Old Man
Douglas M. Griffin...Bartender
Donna Heckel-Reno...Dog Owner
Hunter Reno...Dog Owner's Son
Calvin Quatroy...Hamden Fisherman
Marcie Antony Courtney...Choir Member
Michael A. Cowan...Choir Member
Deborah Denise Graves...Choir Member
Gary Harris...Choir Member
Melba Marie Harris...Choir Member
Consuella Johnson Lumas...Choir Member
Tina Marie Lumas...Choir Member
Gregory J. Probst...Choir Member
Valerie Diane Vaughn...Choir Member
Mayfield...Rock Band
Zigg West...Rock Band
Jett...Rock Band
Dustin Bergene...Pastor
Sam Knight...Rock Band
Bailey Celeste Sacco...Neighborhood Kid (uncredited)
Monica Rene'e Anderson...Carpool Mom (uncredited)
Gustavo I. Ortiz...Wealthy Party Attendee (uncredited)
Produkcja
Director:Scott Hicks
Producer:Denise Di Novi (producer)
Kevin McCormick (producer)
Bruce Berman (executive producer)
Alison Greenspan (executive producer)
Kerry Heysen (co-producer)
Ravi D. Mehta (executive producer)
Writer:Will Fetters (screenplay)
Nicholas Sparks (novel)
Composer:Hal Lindes
Mark Isham
Cinematographer:Alar Kivilo
Editing:Scott Gray
Casting:Ronna Kress
Production Design:Barbara Ling
Art Director:Paul D. Kelly
Set Decorator:Kathy Lucas
Costume Design:Dayna Pink
Makeup:Kimberly Amacker (key makeup artist)
Sean Flanigan (hair department head)
Courtney Lether (additional makeup artist)
Seanne Simon (additional makeup artist)
Adam Gaeta (hair stylist)
Tania McComas (makeup department head)
Remi Savva (makeup artist)
Production Management:Bob Dohrmann (unit production manager)
Kelley Smith-Wait (executive in charge of production)
Sylvia Walker-Wilson (post-production supervisor)
Bill Daly (post-production executive)
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