Lucky Fritz (2009)

  |  Comedy, Sci-Fi


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After he's struck by lightning for the third time, a shy country bumpkin discovers that everyone who comes in contact with him finds him irresistible.


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4 April 2014 | dauthier
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| Bright Sunny Fun!
Corey Feldman proves to be a very good actor a few times a decade. This and "The Birthday" (2004) and I suppose, "Lost Boys:The Thirst" are those films. This is a movie you can watch every few months or so when you're feeling lazy and want a ray of sunshine.

A story about a young man whom has been struck by lightening and survived so many times, he is given the nickname "Lucky" Fritz.

It has nice twists and turns and light, fun performances throughout. Filled with good humour and likable characters, it is highly recommended. This is my first review. I couldn't believe there were none supporting or against this film. I had to write one. It deserves some recognition.

I've been a fan and comeback supporter of Corey Feldman for years. As a result I've watched many mediocre and bad films, but this was a rare treat. This is what he can do when given a chance, a good character and a funny script.

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