Ben Keller is sort of a bumbler who carries a torch for Lucy, a co-worker he's known since childhood. She's indifferent until he wins $36 million in the Iowa lottery; trouble is, he murdered the young woman who bought the ticket (it's not his first murder), but the mercenary Lucy doesn't discover Ben's secret until their honeymoon. She figures out that he murders women who look like her, so she's probably safe: she'd like to wait for the next lottery check to come in the mail, then run away. Ben knows she knows and wants her to love him anyway. With a police detective sniffing around and Ben's protective mother watching things carefully, can Lucy make a great escape? Written by
Even a serial killer can win the lottery
Motion Picture Rating
Rated R for language, some violence and brief sexuality
Did You Know?
Colin Hanks also played a serial killer in season 6 of "Dexter" See more
When Grace finds the 2nd check and opens the envelope the check is correctly made payable to Benjamin Keller, however the 'Authorized Signature' is also Ben's name (signature) (which also looks like a handwriting font as the 2 L's and E's in Keller are exactly the same) See more
You seem like such nice people. Such nice people!
We're still nice people, Grace, but we're also in love. And love's kinda scary. I'm starting to realize that now.
References The Dukes of Hazzard
Kissing The Day
Written by Anthony Whiting, Emily Phillips and Simon Barnicott
Performed by Transcargo See more