Watch Animated Movie “Luck”:- This is the story of Sam Greenfield, She is the most unlucky person on the earth. Suddenly her luck started changing in an unknown magical creature world and everything turned up. Movies were released on 5th August 2022. This movie is directed by Peggy Holmes. The total budget was $14 crore. You find Luck in 2 different languages Spanish and English. Luck is distributed by Apple TV+.
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A great feel-good movie that doesn’t come off as cheesy. The animation was great and well done. It honestly could hold up with a Disney film. One thing I appreciated was the G rating. Most G-rating films nowadays are often too childish and bland, but this was one the whole family enjoyed. I thought it was awesome that the writers didn’t have to rely on crude humor or other un-family-friendly concepts to sell it. Loved the unique concept and fantastic storytelling!
This movie was grand
This movie was grand. Although a bent towards children, adults can appreciate the humor and enjoy the cleaver romp through these imaginary lands. Some may think that no one could be as unlucky as Sam, but I am Sam and those are the kind of things that happen to me. The animation was top-notch–watch out Disney.
That’s really a good animated movie.
That’s really a good animated movie😌. Yes, it feels like this was inspired by Disney or Pixar but the luck is that this is truly Skydance’s first feature film😏, as John Lasseter is now the new head of this animation studio. That green color really makes this odd out, the color itself means neutral☘️. The movie tries to tell about that both good & bad exists, and that’s what makes life more interesting. Well, it also tells the story through little complex things like using the concept of gravity and two opposite mirror worlds, at some point, it feels boring but few things get right in the way to grab attention. The color tone 🤔 makes it perfectly stand out from usual Disney-Pixar content, giving it a totally new different vibe while explaining about having good-bad things is needed or not.
Worth watching if you like Pixar-type stories that tell complex parts of life in the simple way possible.😼☘️