If you’re a fan of all things Toy Story and Cars, then you need to turn your sights to “Luck.” It’s the latest and greatest movie currently playing on Apple+ TV, and it’s an absolute blast to watch!
When it comes to finding a good family movie, this one checks off all the boxes. It’s funny, the animations are incredible, and the cast and voices will have you rolling. It’s hard to imagine all the work that goes into creating a movie like this, but it involves hundreds of people literally to make it happen!
I was recently part of a roundtable parents discussion with some of the cast, and I was in awe of everything that goes into making a movie like this from start to finish!
Luck on Apple+ TV
Sam Greenfield (voiced by Eva Noblezada) is the focus of the movie Luck. She’s been in the foster care system throughout her life and is now out on her own at age 18.
To say she feels like the unluckiest person in the world is probably an understatement, and she finds herself in and out of shenanigans all the time.
Her luck is about to change once she discovers a lucky penny – but then, as her luck would have it, she loses it! Determined to get her lucky penny back, the film follows along with all the friends and crazy adventures along the way.
Cast of Luck
Some of the stars that shine brightly in this movie are:
Eva Noblezada – Sam
Simon Pegg- Bob
Jane Fonda – Dragon
Whoopi Goldberg – Captain
The producer is John Lasseter, and the director is Peggy Holmes.
Parental Rating of Luck
I give this a G rating. There are a lot of funny parts and some adult jokes thrown in here and there. Overall, it was a great family movie, and I wouldn’t hesitate AT ALL to let our kids watch this animated film.
What I loved about the movie Luck
Honestly, it was just so funny to watch. There are some very sad parts to the movie, but following along when she was determined to become lucky had me smiling through many of the parts.
It has a good balance of sadness, affection, love, and longing to find a family, I really felt like it was a good balance of emotions to work through in a movie.
The time passed by quickly watching it, which is always a good sign that it’s not boring or slow! I found myself following along easily with the storyline and loving all the various characters that were coming in and out of the scenes. It flowed really well and kept my attention the entire time.
Where to watch Luck
It’s steaming now on Apple+ TV, so don’t delay! This is the only way that you’ll be able to view the movie and join in on the fun!
Set up the house for a movie night, pop some popcorn, grab the snacks and enjoy! This is the perfect way to snuggle down for a family movie night!
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