Just My Luck
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Just My Luck
Rating & Content Info
Why is Just My Luck rated PG-13? Just My Luck is rated PG-13 by the MPAA for some brief sexual references.
This lighthearted movie, which is played for laughs, presents its greatest content concerns in the areas of language and sensuality. A handful of moderate scatological profanities are heard, along with a few minor terms, including references to deity. Women are shown in low-cut dresses throughout and in underwear in one scene. At a large party, a silhouetted man and woman are depicted in the early moments of sexual relations and it is later discovered the man is a prostitute. Violence is limited to slapstick situations involving bad luck. Parents should also note the theme of the film depends on the belief of luck and fate. Advice is sought from a Tarot card reader and from horoscopes.
Page last updated April 27, 2009
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News About "Just My Luck"
Cast and Crew
Just My Luck is directed by and stars Lindsay Lohan, Chris Pine.
The most recent home video release of Just My Luck movie is August 22, 2006. Here are some details…
If you are a Lohan fan, then you are in luck with this DVD release. Presented in both wide and full screen, the double-sided disc also offers some deleted/extended scenes, a look at the band McFly and a featurette titled The Look of Luck. Audio tracks are available in English (Dolby 5.1 Surround), French (Dolby Surround) and Spanish (Dolby Surround), with subtitles in English and Spanish.
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