When three very different U.S. soldiers find themselves on an unplanned road trip across America, they form a deep bond that may be the closest thing any of them has to real family. A humorous and timely drama about coming home, The Lucky Ones stars Rachel McAdams (The Notebook, Wedding Crashers), Tim Robbins (Mystic River, The Shawshank Redemption) and Michael Pena (Crash, World Trade Center), and is directed by Neil Burger (The Illusionist) from a screenplay by Burger and Dirk Wittenborn.
T.K. Poole (Michael Pena), Colee Dunn (Rachel McAdams) and Fred Cheever (Tim Robbins) arrive in New York from Germany only to find their connecting flights canceled due to a power outage. Anxious to get to their respective destinations, they agree to share a rented minivan to suburban St. Louis where Cheever is to reunite with his wife and teenage son. From there, the other two plan to fly to Las Vegas where the macho T.K. wants to make an important stop before seeing his fiancee and the tough yet naive Colee plans to pay a visit to a fallen fellow-soldier's family.
But when Cheever's homecoming turns out to be a far cry from what he anticipated, the trio's one-day drive expands into an impromptu cross-country marathon. Along the way, they experience a string of surprising adventures ranging from the hilarious to the heartbreaking. As their interstate journey takes them from a barroom brawl to a high society dance to a bizarre Sunday morning church service, T.K., Colee and Cheever discover that home is not quite what they remembered and the unlikely companionship they've found in one another might be what matters most of all.
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Three soldiers -- Colee (McAdams), T.K. (Pena) and Cheaver (Robbins) -- return from the Iraq War, after suffering injuries, and learn that life has moved on without them. They end up on an unexpected road trip across the U.S., with Colee on a mission to bring her boyfriend's guitar back to his family because he saved her life, T.K. seeking confidence to face his wife after a shrapnel injury threatens his sexual function, and middle-aged Cheaver planning to hit the casinos in a desperate effort to pay for his son's college tuition.
Tim Robbins, Rachel McAdams and Michael Pena costar as three returning Iraq War vets in this modern update of the 1946 classic The Best Years of Our Lives. Presented by SundanceTV.
A timely drama about life in America today, THE LUCKY ONES is a story of three soldiers on leave trying to make sense of their lives during an unexpected road trip across the United States.
Three soldiers - Colee, T.K. and Cheaver - return from the Iraq War, after suffering injuries, and learn that life has moved on without them. They end up on an unexpected road trip across the U.S., with Colee on a mission to bring her boyfriend's guitar back to his family because he saved her life, T.K. seeking confidence to face his wife after a shrapnel injury threatens his sexual function, and middle-aged Cheaver planning to hit the casinos in a desperate effort to pay for his son's college tuition.
Air Bud knocks one out of the park when he takes up baseball in this fun and heartwarming Disney adventure! This time, Buddy joins in and shows that he's a natural baseball player with major league talent. In the middle of the season, however, a terrible discovery is made: Buddy's now-grown puppies have mysteriously begun to disappear from their new homes! Now it's up to Buddy to stop the dog-nappings and find his pups before it's too late!
When Andrea joins her school's baseball team, golden retriever Buddy follows suit. Meanwhile, two scheming scientists are dognapping Buddy's puppies.
Air Bud knocks one out of the park in this fun Disney adventure!
Neil and Grace deal with the fallout from their secrets and Adriana is startled by a new arrival.
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Even though Dean continues to feel the effects of the First Blade, he strategizes a plan with Castiel and Sam to take down Metatron once and for all!
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Castiel captures one of Metatron's angels and asks Sam and Dean for help with the interrogation - Dean eagerly accepts, which doesn't go unnoticed by Sam.
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Julie questions Susan's parenting skills.
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Allison begins having nightmares from the film "Night of the Living Dead," after scenes from the movie are put in her mind. This results in her getting cuts and bite marks but also finds some clues that lead to her funeral director's killer.
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Various skeletal remains of a long-missing ex-Marine lead to the investigation of an elite private school and the powerful families there.
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