Just My Luck runs out of luck long before it runs out of film.
| Original Score: 2/5
The definition of dumb Luck has been captured on celluloid.
| Original Score: 1.5/4
It's safe, competent and bland.
| Original Score: 2/4
From my perspective, it's watchable, but barely, and nothing I would go out of my way to locate, even if going 'out of my way' represents using a remote control to change TV channels.
Looking tired and sallow and drained of her customary glow, Lindsay Lohan marches grimly through this mechanical tween comedy as if it were a particularly tedious homework assignment.
Just My Luck takes an intriguing idea and goes nowhere with it.
| Original Score: 1.5/4
... a real piece of junk.
even if it offers Lohan her first role as a grown-up, places her in a corporate New York, and contrives a scene in which she gets to wear a dress owned by Sarah Jessica Parker, the sex in this city never seems to get beyond first base.
Every single scene is an abominable assemblage of mind-boggling stupidity, completely unmotivated behavior, and unfunny slapstick.
| Original Score: F
I can't think of a movie that matters less than Just My Luck. It's just negligible.
I have no problem with Lohan desiring to be Lucy, but she's got to find a better director than the torturous Donald Petrie to help get her to that level.
| Original Score: D-
Just look at little Lindsay Lohan, all grows up, doing romantic comedy like a big girl. It's just a shame Just My Luck is just too inane for words.
Word on the street -- we're not sure which street -- has it that Just My Luck is Lindsay Lohan's final teen comedy. If so, the timing couldn't be better.
Just My Luck is the worst kind of comedy -- one that assumes the audience can't think for itself, and therefore feels the need to punctuate each sight gag with obnoxiously jaunty music.
The assumption must be that those who see this PG-13 movie have been raised on a diet of bathroom-humor comedies and are not quite ready to let that go.
Slight, pointless and convincingly witless. Lohan's cinematic Luck runs out instantaneously...[this] convoluted comical piece is as lucky as a mutilated 2-leaf clover
| Original Score: 1/4
Is this movie actively hoping people will hate it for being so stupid?
| Original Score: 1/5
Just My Luck is the kind of film that's too romantic for younger viewers and too redundant for young teens.
Does anyone really consider the result of running water on a crackling blow-dryer to be 'bad luck'?
| Original Score: 0.5/4