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Good Luck (1996)

R | | Comedy, Drama | 7 March 1997 (USA)
Hines plays a former dental student, Bern Lemley, who had to quit school just before finals because of a car accident that left him in a wheelchair. D'Onofrio plays a former pro football ... See full summary »

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James Bing
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Himself
Roy Firestone ...
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Bartender
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Drag Queen
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Santa Claus
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Heidi
Ross Huffman-Kerr ...
Olsen
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Doris
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Hines plays a former dental student, Bern Lemley, who had to quit school just before finals because of a car accident that left him in a wheelchair. D'Onofrio plays a former pro football player, Ole Olezniak, who was blinded in a freak accident on the field. Before their accidents, Bern had been a tutor for Ole, and, after quitting his post-accident job as a denture technician, he approaches Ole about teaming up to enter a white-water rafting race on Oregon's Rogue River. Written by Katherine Smith

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Reach for your dreams!

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Comedy | Drama

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Rated R for some sex-related language | See all certifications »
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7 March 1997 (USA)  »

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$39,962 (USA) (9 March 1997)

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$39,962 (USA) (9 March 1997)
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1.37 : 1
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Tony 'Ole' Olezniak: She wants to do things to me they don't even do in CUBA!
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What A Thing To Say
Performed by Ricky Kershaw
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Enjoyable
6 November 1999 | by (florida) – See all my reviews

Recently I found this movie at the video store and being a Vincent D'Onofrio fan I decided to give it a chance. I found the movie very entertaining. The beginning is a little cheesy but I think it gets going fairly quickly. There was a scene or two that could have been chucked out the window. I thought Lem and Olee were two good characters and both actors portrait was excellent. A better job could have been made at hiding mikes and editing scenes. However, Vincent D'Onofrio was terrific and I also liked farmer John who played Wojo on Barney Miller.


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