He's a single man who doesn't really have romantic problems because he's usually too shy to talk to a woman, let alone convince one to be his girlfriend. Lucy is later terminated when she decides to crash a meeting chaired by her former flame so that she can share some highly unpleasant personal and sexual details with everyone in the room. Handcock Tamala Jones as Victoria Karon Joseph as Roderick Brandon Luck as Web Cowboy Jill Marie Jones as Coco Darius McCrary as Nick West Ethan McDowell as Fan 1 Ramsey Moore as Man 1 Mari Morrow as Toi Westley Nguyen as Restaurant Patron Nicolette Nightingale as Hot Girl in Club Clifton Powell as Zane Wendy Raquel Robinson as Callise Kendrick Redfearne as Grip Samantha Schacher as Counter Girl Justice Smith as Mr. The story is older than dirt but I liked the execution. Well life is like that sometimes.
For most stories that would be the end but not here. Sometimes that's a problem with indie films like this. Lucky directed by Gil Cates Jr. Phil Keith Robinson struggles gamely along as a hard working water delivery driver and extremely dedicated father and husband, who silently suffers and broods over his wife Coco's Jill Marie Jones intensely disrespectful and dismissive attitude. The cast is rich with funny people like Mike Epps, and Kevin Hart and talented actresses like Nicole Parker. Phil has a ratchet of a wife who takes no part in the raising of their children. The normal way to describe independent films like Lucky is to say that they are quirky.
Lucy Ari Graynor is a plain jane executive assistant at an accounting firm. But all in all it wasn't a bad film. Nicole Ari Parker is one of the world's most beautiful women. They are changing clothes and putting on makeup as evidently they are also groupies, who just did the usual activities to get backstage and party with their favorite rock band. I think this level of talent really picks up a story line that might be a little dry. She is also the side dish of one of the firm's up and coming young partnership track go-getters.
Masohn does her best with limited material. Lucy is a very material sort of girl. Mimi Rogers and Jeffrey Tambor also have small roles. For these kids an alien invasion is just another day at the office as they already spend their time trying to avoid run-ins with bigoted police and violence prone older gangsters. It's not really lowbrow but it's not afraid to occasionally go for a few cheap laughs. Watching the development of this movie is a little slow but as time goes on it starts to pick up and do just fine. The rest of the plane's passengers pretty much touch on all the demographic cliches-there's old cat lady, old couple, yuppie scum couple, fat guy, foreign couple, black chick, black guy, and maybe one or two others I've forgotten.
The film had its limited release in theaters on May 20, 2011. Of course they aren't getting away from it. These aliens are much larger and nastier. There was an unfortunate misunderstanding with Hi-Hats. No, you see Ben is a serial killer who takes items from his victims, who are all young blondes, just like his wife. They kill the police and only miss killing Moses because of the intervention of Sam and his gang.
This infection turns people into drooling raving berserk cannibals. Dollar signs in her eyes, now it's Lucy who starts doing her best to show up on Ben's radar. Believe it or not if they had stayed on the plane for a while longer and ramped up the tension, this movie might have worked. She's dealing with zombies on one hand and government agents enforcing a quarantine on the other. There's also the little matter of Cleavon not having a job.
Victoria wants children very badly. The doctor has a case of rats he insists they're hamsters which he somehow got past security. The film stars a mostly featuring , , , , , , , , , , , , and. We like do this all the time The brunette, Jenny, Mercedes Masohn who is the only actor I even care to identify by name here, is tasked with watching over a young teen passenger of course he's too smart for his age who is visiting one of his divorced parents. I always thought that's what stewardesses did in their spare time and now I have proof.
Is there anyone who does deadpan better than Mike Epps? Though Victoria has come down with a bad case of baby fever, her husband resists the idea of fatherhood. We ladies want no realism in our rom coms, damn it! The camera work was more realistic and made you think you were there. Watch for Clifton Powell in a hilarious cameo as an older man trying to impress his date. Or maybe I just liked Nicole Ari Parker. I was disappointed at how her story turned out but I suppose it was the most realistic.
Mike Epps and Wendy Raquel Robinson also provide laughs as a perpetually battling and reconciling couple who live across the hall from one of the four major characters. So I thought the film was worth mentioning. On the downside, the ending wraps up a little too neatly for my tastes. Lucy's childhood acquaintance Ben Colin Hanks-who looks almost exactly like his Dad also works at the same firm but he's even lower on the totem pole than she is. Quarantine 2 directed by John Pogue Sometimes sequels are better than the original but usually not.