Good Luck Chuck
begins with 10-year old Charlie Logan who breaks the cardinal
rule of spin-the-bottle and refuses to kiss a strange and quirky
Goth girl at a party. Angered by his unwillingness to
participate, this girl places a hex on our unlucky hero in love.
Fast forward twenty-five years later and Charlie (Dane Cook) is
a successful dentist, however his love life is still cursed.
Stu (Dan Fogler), pursues as many of his patients as possible,
however Charlie can’t seem to find the right girl. Even worse,
he discovers at an ex-girlfriend’s wedding that every woman he’s
ever slept with has found true love with the next guy after him.
Before he knows
it, Charlie’s reputation as a “good luck charm” has women from
sexy strangers to his overweight receptionist lining up for a
quickie, hoping to find their soul mate. But a life filled with
all sex and no love has Charlie lonelier than ever, that is,
until he meets Cam (Jessica Alba), an accident-prone penguin
romance blossoms between the two but Charlie realizes he’s got
to find a way to break his good-luck curse before the girl of
his dreams winds up with the next guy she meets. A hilarious
comedy about the luckiest and unluckiest guy on earth in this
comedy that is not for the light hearted viewer! It's all about
one-liners, political incorrectness and some truly amusing
scenes that puts Something About Mary to shame.
The Blu-ray video
quality of Good Luck Chuck is exceptionally clear with vibrant
colours, rich black levels and a quality that is unparallel.
With a 7.1 uncompressed mix, Good Luck Chuck has some
exceptionally high quality sound quality that unfortunately due
to the movie is not really appreciated. Featuring a plethora of
special features such as the "Sex-Matrix" multi-angle featurette
and some extremely entertaining audio commentary, this is one
Blu-ray disc that has it all.