Mary Higgins Clark's 'Lucky Day' (2002)

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Another of the PAX network's adaptations of the suspense novels of Mary Higgins Clark, the Toronto-filmed Lucky Day stars Amanda Donohoe as Nora Barkin, an aspiring actress who supports herself by working for a courier service. No sooner has Nora's friend and coworker Bill Reagan (Gino Marrocco) jubilantly announced that he possesses a lottery ticket worth 13 million dollars than Bill is killed by an unknown assailant. Though discouraged from doing so by investigating detective Marinello (Tony Lo Bianco), Nora insists upon trying to solve Bill's murder herself -- and in the process she follows a trail of evidence leading to her own husband Jack (Gregor Torzs). Mary Higgins Clark's Lucky Day was originally telecast on April 27, 2002.
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PG-13
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Art House & International , Drama , Mystery & Suspense , Television
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I shouldn't have liked it, but oddly I did. It has many thing wrong with it - sub-par acting, some predictability, the dialogue is not particularly well written. It is nothing special in any way, but the story is a good mystery and that held my interest. Amanda Donohoe really doesn't do a good job in the main role, but somehow her performance was very likable. It really makes no sense to like the film.

James Higgins
James Higgins

Must be a made-for-TV movie. A happy-go-lucky guy is murdered for his winning lottery ticket. Nora is a friend, and is trying to figure out why he disappeared, enlisting the help of a sympathetic co[/

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Red Lats

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5.5/10. I shouldn't have liked it, but oddly I did. It has many thing wrong with it - sub-par acting, some predictability, the dialogue is not particularly well written. It is nothing special in any way, but the story is a good mystery and that held my interest. Amanda Donohoe really doesn't do a good job in the main role, but somehow her performance was very likeable. It really makes no sense to like the film.

James Higgins
James Higgins

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