Review: 'The Lucky One' is an unconvincing romance
Opening in theaters today is his story “The Lucky One,” starring Zac Efron as a Marine who finds in the rubble a snapshot of a woman and comes to think of it as his lucky charm. After he is discharged, he finds her. Sparks, 46, has been married 23
This is an adaptation of the 2008 novel of the same name, a comfort-food romantic drama that may be formulaic but that delivers dependably for its target audience.
The latest cinematic adaptation of a Nicholas Sparks romance novel, The Lucky One is a messy, tone-deaf, and laughable movie outing, an embarrassment to.
There are two ways for me to go about reviewing The Lucky One. One is a lay-up, which would be to take aim at every ridiculous moment from the lead character's cross-country Forrest Gump-ing from Colorado to Louisiana, the philosophy quotes and the
If you think the idea of Zac Efron playing a badass Marine in a sensitive romance sounds ridiculous, you can skip “The Lucky One.” If you think the idea of Efron playing a badass Marine in a sensitive romance sounds, like,