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Luckiest Girl Alive (2022)

3.6 of 5 from 3 ratings
1h 55min
Not released
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Mila Kunis stars in this US thriller based on the novel by Jessica Knoll. Ani Fanelli (Kunis/Chiara Aurelia) is living a seemingly perfect life: engaged to wealthy fiancé Luke (Finn Wittrock) and about to become an editor at The New York Times Magazine. However, as her wedding day approaches, a series of traumatic events from her past return to haunt Ani, forcing her to reckon with her past decisions and the life she has built.
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Erik Feig, Lucy Kitada, Mila Kunis, Bruna Papandrea, Jeanne Snow
Jessica Knoll
Drama, Thrillers
Release Date:
Not released
Run Time:
115 minutes
DVD Regions:
Region 2

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Good Solid Modern Drama - Luckiest Girl Alive review by GI

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A very watchable drama that spoils itself by being too self serving and latching itself heavily to the #MeToo movement unnecessarily because a half sharp viewer would get it without it being so obviously explained just in case you missed it! In any event the story has a tension and mystery that builds into something unexpected. Ani (Mila Kunis) is a successful magazine writer, engaged to a handsome chap and living a prosperous lifestyle. But when she's approached by a documentary filmmaker to recount her experience in a high school shooting massacre when she was a teenager the traumas of her past are bought back affecting her life. The traumas are also more than expected and involve events that lead to the shooting and her involvement which is crucial to the narrative as another survivor has alleged she was partially behind the killings. Ultimately it's a drama about empowerment and the focus is not about the American problems of gun control as you might expect. The massacre is only the catalyst for later events. Anyway it's a well made film and whilst the psychology of the characters is often skimmed over there is a powerful story here that is worth watching and quite compelling.

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