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Luckytown

Luckytown ★½ 2000 (R)

Part road movie, part Vegas movie, part family ties, and none of the parts turn out to fit togeth er. Oklahoman Lidda (Dusnt) gets a check on her 18th birthday from her long-gone dad, gambler Charlie (Caan), so she de cides to track him down in Vegas. Along for the ride is store clerk and potential beau Colonel (Kartheiser), who happens to know his way around the cards himself Only it turns out dad is in big trouble with club owner Tony (Miano) and the kids are soon caught in the middle. 101m/C VHS, DVD . Kirsten Dunst, Vincent Kartheiser, James Caan, Robert Miano, Luis Guzman, Jennifer Gar eis, Theresa Russell; D: Paul Nicholas; W: Bren don Beseth; C: Denis Maloney; M: Greg Edmon son.

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