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The Ticket (2016)

Not Rated | | Drama | 7 April 2017 (USA)
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A blind man who regains his vision finds himself becoming metaphorically blinded by his obsession for the superficial.

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... Sam
... James
... Jessica
... Carla
... Bob
... Jonah
... Arnold Dixon
... Grace
... The Principal
... School secretary
Maryann Urbano ... Scheffield
... Pastor Jennings
... Doctor
... Millennium Realty Rep.
... The Lawyer (as Rich Lounello)
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A blind man who regains his vision finds himself becoming metaphorically blinded by his obsession for the superficial.

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Το εισιτήριο  »

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Oliver Platt and Peter Mark Kendall both star in Chicago Med See more »

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James: A man prays to God for 50 years. The same prayer every night. "God, please let me win the lottery". Year after year after year after year. "Please God, let me win the lottery". And finally, an angel goes to God and says: "God, this man has been praying so long. Why don't you let him win?" You know what God says? God says: "I'd love to help him out. I'd love to help him out. But he has never bought a lottery ticket".
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Sabrina's Smile
Written by Fred Haas
Performed by Fred Haas (Saxophone), Gene Bertoncini (Guitar) and Michael Moore (Bass)
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Waste of talent
7 May 2017 | by See all my reviews

It's always sad to see good actors in badly made movies, and this is one of those. The story in itself isn't half bad, but there's simply too much to adequately cover in less than two hours. If every plot arc in this movie were made into a TV episode, it would be worth watching. As it stands, however, I found myself questioning the characters' common sense at best and IQ levels at worst.

As for the ending: it's a blatant disregard of the ego; humans simply don't work that way. Just saying.


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