Lucky You movie trailer - starring Robert Downey, Jr., Robert Duvall, Drew Barrymore, Eric Bana, Debra Messing, Kelvin Han Yee. Directed by Curtis Hanson. Theatrical Release Date: 5/4/2007
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Undercover FBI agent Frank Castle (Thomas Jane) is crushed when his wife and children are killed. With nothing left to lose or to live for, Castle becomes "The Punisher" -- a one-man judge, jury and executioner.
Former FBI Agent Frank Castle travels to New York to fight the criminal underworld.
What parents need to know before their kids see Lucky You.
Lucky You movie trailer - starring Robert Duvall, Robert Downey, Jr., Drew Barrymore, Eric Bana, Debra Messing, Kelvin Han Yee. Directed by Curtis Hanson. Theatrical Release Date: 5/4/2007
Third and final trailer for Lucky You is the most unique of the set. The trailer starts by introducing both Huck Cheever (Eric Bana) and Billie Offer (Drew Barrymore), who both have completely different lives. With more emphasis on the couple's relationship, the trailer shows both their ups and downs.
Second trailer for Lucky You opens the same way as the first domestic version, but features a few different clips sparsed in-between.
In the world of high-stakes poker, Huck Cheever (Eric Bana) is a blaster a player who goes all out, all the time. But in his personal relationships, Huck plays it tight, expertly avoiding emotional commitments and long-term expectations. When Huck sets out to win the main event of the 2003 World Series of Poker and the affections of Billie Offer (Drew Barrymore), a young singer from Bakersfield there is one significant obstacle in his path: his anger toward his father, L.C. Cheever (Robert Duvall), the poker legend who abandoned Huck's mother years ago. As these two rivals progress toward a final showdown at the poker table, Huck learns that to win in the games of life and poker, he must try to play cards the way he has been living his life and live his life the way he has been playing cards.
Ante up for a sure entertainment bet from L.A. Confidential director Curtis Hanson, who co-wrote this charmer with fellow Academy Award winner Eric Roth (Forrest Gump). Pro gambler Huck Cheever (Eric Bana) meets irresistible Billie Offer (Drew Barrymore) and learns to treat love the way he treats cards: trusting his heart instead of his head. He also scrambles to raise the entry fee for the high-roller World Series of Poker, even though - or maybe because - the tournament may pit him against his estranged father (Robert Duvall), a two-time Series winner.
The one aptitude Billie and Huck seem to share is a knack for reading people--the difference is what they do with that gift. When these two meet, the real game begins.
When his problems threaten to distract him from what could be his biggest win ever, poker pro Huck finds comfort in the company of Billie. Preparing for the biggest card game in the country, Huck realizes that his problems have only just begun.
Undercover FBI agent Frank Castle (Thomas Jane) is crushed when his wife and children are killed after accidentally witnessing a mafia hit. With nothing left to lose or to live for, Castle becomes "The Punisher" -- a one-man judge, jury and executioner who declares open season on criminals throughout America. Based on the Marvel Comics character, the film also stars John Travolta, Laura Harring, Samantha Mathis and Rebecca Romijn-Stamos.
After his wife and family are killed, G-Man Frank Castle takes it upon himself to distribute punishment to those responsible for the vendetta.
The Punisher walks through a world darkened by war, crime, cruelty and injustice and has no superpowers to battle the evil he sees. Yet his intelligence and years of combat experience only help his resolve to avenge those wronged by society's villains.
When one of their own disappears while undercover, the team must work alongside LAPD on a case involving human-trafficking, money laundering and drugs.
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