'Just My Luck'
Fortunately, "Just My Luck" didn't require a lot of acting on the part of the teen star; the bulk of her performance is handled by her wardrobe, her hair, and her shoes: The more dressed-down she is, and the more mussed her locks get, the more she's learning to be a better person.
"Just My Luck" is a princess-and-the-pauper story, with Lohan playing a rising publicist, and the luckiest girl in
Suddenly, cabs are splashing her instead of stopping for her, and her boss hates her, and she keeps tripping over everything. As Lohan tries to find the guy and rebalance her universe, the usual wacky mishaps ensue, involving a couple of epic pratfalls, various sprayed fluids and some really nasty cat litter, all set to the music of up-and-coming band McFly, a
The whole thing is deeply disposable, but not exactly bad although director
It's not a classic or anything, but at least it's better than "Herbie: Fully Loaded," and maybe that's all we need right now.
You'd think there'd be a commentary track so Lohan might giggle her way into her fans' hearts all over again, but ... no such luck.
STUDIO: 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment
RELEASE DATE: August 22, 2006
TIME: 103 minutes
DVD EXTRAS: French and Spanish audio dubs; English and Spanish subtitles; deleted scenes; production featurettes.
INTERNET SITE: www.justmyluckdvd.com