good luck chuck

Despite its star-studded cast, good luck chuck is an embarrassingly bad movie. Its raunchy dialogue, cheap porn and a misguided attempt at Judd Apatow-style humor make it a sad case of what happens when you try to make a cheesy comedy.

Dentist Charlie Logan (Dane Cook) has been dubbed a “good luck charm” because any woman who sleeps with him will marry the next man she dates. But when he meets Cam (Jessica Alba), he realizes that she may leave him for the “next guy.”

Dane Cook

Dane Cook is one of the most popular stand-up comedians in history. He sold out Madison Square Garden multiple times, released several acclaimed comedy albums and performed numerous television specials. He is also known for his unique slang and observational humor.

Dane’s career soared in the late 2000s. He had a huge following on MySpace (and had recently hit the million-friend mark) and was the second-highest-paid comedian in the world. But in the end, he lost his way.

As a stand-up comedian, Dane Cook is renowned for his unique slang and observational style. He is able to draw on a wide range of topics and experiences, including car accidents, Burger King, his time working as a security guard and his love of geek humor.

His most successful routines were recorded on Premium Blend and Comics Come Home, which led to a deal with Comedy Central. He later became a regular performer on the cable channel.

He has performed in many venues across the country, and appeared on the MTV Video Music Awards. He has also appeared on a variety of television shows and radio shows.

Cook is best known for his unique slang, which includes the acronym BAMF (Bad Ass Mother Fucker). He has also popularized a number of slang terms and phrases. These include BK Lounge, Walgreens and The Wall.

In the movie good luck chuck, Cook plays Chuck, a clumsy dentist who is hexed by his first girlfriend at a spin-the-bottle party as a child. This curse means that whenever Chuck makes love to a woman, she meets someone else who is the perfect match.

The premise is pretty simple, so the film does well to make it work. In the beginning, Chuck and his foul-mouthed friend Stu (Dan Fogler) go to a wedding and meet Katie, who toasts him for being her lucky charm.

Jessica Alba

Jessica Alba has acted in several feature films and has also been involved in numerous television shows. She has appeared in the sci-fi series Dark Angel, the film Machete and the TV comedy Spy Kids. She has also launched her own brand of baby and personal care products, the Honest Company, which has earned her a spot on Forbes’ list of America’s wealthiest self-made women.

The actress started her career on the small screen at age 13, appearing in television commercials for Nintendo and J.C. Penny before making her feature film debut in Hollywood Pictures’ 1993 comedy Camp Nowhere, which was originally scheduled for two weeks but was extended to two months after an important actress dropped out. She later went on to appear in two installments of the big-screen adaptation of Fantastic Four and collaborated with director Robert Rodriguez on multiple films including Sin City: A Dame to Kill For.

During her childhood, Jessica suffered from chronic health problems. She was prone to asthma, pneumonia and a ruptured appendix. In addition, she was afflicted with obsessive compulsive disorder.

While working on the 2004 film Fantastic Four, Jessica Alba began dating a production assistant, Cash Warren, who would become her husband. They married in 2008 and have two children together.

She has starred in many movies, including Into the Blue and the sci-fi thriller Dark Angel. She has received numerous awards and nominations. She has also starred in several episodes of the television show Dark Angel and has collaborated with director Robert Rodriguez on many films, including Machete and the TV show Spy Kids.

The actress has a reputation for being a sexy and talented performer, but her character in good luck chuck is so uninteresting that it’s hard to enjoy the movie. It isn’t clever or witty and doesn’t deliver the sort of comedy goods that you would expect from an R-rated comedy with this kind of idea.

Dan Fogler

Dan Fogler is a New York-based actor, comedian and writer. He began his career in theater, where he originated the role of William Barfee in the Broadway musical hit The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee for which he received a Tony Award for Best Featured Actor in a Musical and a Theatre World Award. He has also done voice work for such landmark kid’s movies as Horton Hears A Who! along with Steve Carell and Jim Carrey, Disney’s Mars Needs Moms, Free Birds and Kung Fu Panda with Jack Black and Jackie Chan.

He has also made a few films and written and directed a few plays. His 2007 comedy Good Luck Chuck starred Dane Cook and Jessica Alba.

The film tells the story of a dentist named Chuck who meets a girl called Cam, and tries to become her true love. When Chuck arranges for Cam to meet Howard Blaine, a penguin expert author who she admires, she goes on a trip to Antarctica with Howard and his wife. During the end credits, Stu house sits for them and finds a sex tape that largely consists of Chuck pretending to perform oral sex on a stuffed penguin.

Despite the fact that it’s a comedy, this movie is incredibly boring to watch. The plot is implausible and the characters are not even that interesting. It’s just a lot of nonsense that makes no sense at all and just ends up being unfunny to watch.

As for Dane Cook, I find him to be annoying as a comedic actor. He has a habit of making dumb gimmicks that don’t make any sense at all. He does manage to get some decent laughs out of this movie but it’s just not enough to save the film from being completely pointless and a terrible watch.


Comedy is an art, and if you’re looking for a good laugh you should try to find something that is genuinely funny. Unfortunately, not all comedies manage to do this. A lot of them just use crass language and sex to make the movie entertaining, and some others just don’t have any sense of humor at all.

A few comedies have managed to balance raunch with cleverness or even humor, such as Knocked Up and Superbad. Those movies rely on a few dirty scenes for their entertainment value, but they also have some underlying themes about love and commitment.

In 2007, Dane Cook and Jessica Alba starred in a romantic comedy called Good Luck Chuck, which was panned by critics. It was directed by long-time film editor Mark Helfrich and based on a screenplay by Josh Stolberg.

The premise is simple: Charlie Logan (Cook) was cursed as a child when he refused to kiss a teen goth girl. The hex prevents him from finding love.

But he’s got some good luck in his favor: Any woman who sleeps with him will end up with her true love. It’s an idea that isn’t too far from the premise of The 40-Year-Old Virgin, and it’s the kind of gimmick that will work for a science-fiction or romantic comedy.

But the problem is that there’s nothing intelligent to drive these gimmicks, and once you get past the premise it turns into an unfunny sex movie that just isn’t funny at all. The only thing that keeps this from being a truly awful movie is the fact that it has two of the best actors in the business, Dane Cook and Jessica Alba.


Dane Cook has had a big time in the world of stand-up comedy, and when he moved on to films, he quickly became a hit. He appeared in several movies with Kevin Costner, Steve Carrell and Jessica Alba. Unfortunately, his stardom overshadowed the quality of his work and he eventually found himself in a few not-so-great romantic comedies.

In good luck chuck, he plays Chuck, who gets the nickname “good luck chuck” by having sex with an attractive woman who has just broken up with her boyfriend. This leads to a string of one-night stands, and Chuck’s sex obsessed friend Stu convinces him that this is the path to finding his true love.

The premise of the movie is quite amusing, but it quickly falls flat. The movie tries to combine the filthy, sentimental comedy of such movies as The Wedding Crashers and Judd Apatow’s recent productions, but ends up being a reprehensible travesty of sex.

The sex-heavy film starts off amicably enough, but it soon becomes clear that director Mark Helfrich is intent on making this movie as disgusting as possible. The sex, and even the women’s bodies, are shown as if they’re just an excuse to make fun of the idea that sex can be unwholesome. This movie is an ugly-as-sin, and it does so without any shame. Moreover, it’s also the type of a movie that doesn’t just frighten away potential lovers – it scares them off altogether. This makes the movie a lousy loser. In fact, it was panned by critics for its crass and reprehensible behavior.