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Lucky 7 (2011)

PG | | Drama, Mystery | 3 May 2014 (USA)
Lucky 7 is a movie starring Philippe Buckland, Rachel MacMillan, and Ginger St. James. Given up for dead, Patrick Farley (Lucky 7) returns home to pay a gambling debt to the mob but finds himself framed for murder.

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Philippe Buckland ... Lucky 7
... Julia
Ginger St. James ... Nurse
Derrek Peels ... The Reverend
... Tamara (as Deborah Demestre)
Brian Vukovic ... Vinny Andreoli
Doran Damon ... Frankie
Carlos Jimenez ... Joey Andreoli
Aaron Cameron ... Harry
Robbin Armstrong ... Nicholas
Robbin MacDonald ... Nicholas
... Brian
Julian Nicholson ... Alan
Jane Smythe ... Sharon (as Jane Smyth)
Pamela Farrauto ... Mrs. Andreoli
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Given up for dead, Patrick Farley (Lucky 7) returns home to pay a gambling debt to the mob but finds himself framed for murder.

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Drama | Mystery

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Ne Fuck Pas Le Mix
Written by Nathan Fleet and Steve Parton (French Translation)
Performed by Nathan Fleet and Steve Parton
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Great Film
12 July 2014 | by See all my reviews

I really enjoyed this movie and the actors. The male lead Phillipe Buckland ,was very appealing and I think he could be a leading man in Hollywood anytime. I really liked both actors in the crack house scenes Deborah Demestre as Tamara and Doran Damon as Frankie. I love that the movie was made in Hamilton and with local talent and landmarks are recognizable throughout the movie. Derrek Peels the former Canadian Football League player is awesome in the movie as The Reverend. His persona fills the screen and holds your attention in every scene.

Really good soundtrack, Great to support some local talent and local location...Go Hamilton!


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