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|Mary Higgins Clark Lucky Day|
Actors: Amanda Donohoe, Gregor Törzs, Karen LeBlanc, Andrew Gillies, Guylaine St-Onge
Director: Penelope Buitenhuis
Genres: Comedy, Drama, Television, Mystery & Suspense
After winning the lottery bill regan is killed. His best friend nora investigates the last few hours prior to his murder. Plot twists and suspects abound as nora retraces bills delivery stops the day he vanishes - only to ... more »
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Elizabeth B. (bethieof96) from NINETY SIX, SC
Reviewed on 5/29/2013...
Very good mystery as are all of Mary Higgins Clarks movies. Not to violent and language not bad. 3 1/2 stars.
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Marc B. (marcb)
Reviewed on 10/30/2011...
MHC purists should know that this movie differs drastically from the short story, to the point that it's essentially an entirely new plot with MHC's characters and basic idea. As it happens, though, I actually prefer this plot to the original. The acting isn't great, nor is the photography, but MHC's cameo, while obviously forced into the script (she plays the grandmother of one of Nora's "friends," who never appears or is mentioned outside of that scene), is good fun. While I don't know that I'll watch the movie again, if you're a fan of mystery shows like Murder, She Wrote and Magnum, P.I., it's quite entertaining for at least the first time around.
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Not Bad for What It Is
Carlos Laflauta | New York, NY USA | 01/20/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Well, I just loved it. Sure, it's predictable, the direction it tries to steer you in is obvious and it wasn't hard to figure out. But the story unfolded nicely and it was richly entertaining. I liked that there actually was a good story, and not just blood and action in every scene. Amanda Donohoe may not be a household name but I found her performance sympathetic. Lots of people watch mysteries not for their depth but for a chance to get out of their lives for a couple of hours. I thought this film fulfilled that expectation quite well.