Good Luck Chuck

Synopsis: Early thirty-something dentist Dr. Charlie Logan has never experienced true love, despite having had a number of girlfriends over the years. After an announcement by one of his ex-girlfriends as such at her wedding, Charlie gets a reputation as being a good luck charm. Every woman he has slept with has met and married her dream man immediately following. He is encouraged to exploit this reputation by his long time best friend, Dr. Stu Klaminsky, a sex obsessed, sex starved schlub who became a plastic surgeon just so that he could masturbate over the sight of women's breasts. Charlie doesn't want to be solely a stepping stone for women, which is how they end up treating him once he gains this reputation as a lucky charm, but rather one's true love. He believes the woman of his dreams is accident-prone Cam Wexler, who works as the penguin caretaker at the aquarium. Cam initially doesn't want to date Charlie because of his reputation as a one-night stand type of guy. Charlie in turn doesn
Director(s): Mark Helfrich
Production: Lionsgate Films
  1 win & 3 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
96 min

All right, Kent!

Go, Hayley.

Seven minutes.

Go get 'em, cowboy.

See you in seven minutes.

Stu, run it by me again.

Kissing is first base.

Second base is boob.

- Third base is-

- Finger.

- Finger?

- Or thumb.


Charlie, trust me.

Second base is what

it's all about.

I'm all about

the boobies.


Anything else?

An intentional walk

is a kiss on the cheek.

An inside park home run

is a blow job.

What's a blow job?

I have no idea,

but I overheard

my dad saying

that he gets one

once a year on his birthday.

So it must be good.


You, me.


Seven minutes.


He's so gross.

Sorry, Jennifer.


Don't touch me.

Stand on that side

of the closet,

and I'll say we kissed.

I will... if you say

we did the nasty.


I'll say we kissed.

Say I touched

your boobies.


I'll say we kissed.


I kissed your boobies.


Stop staring.

You're freaking me out.

I'm looking at you

'cause I like you, Charlie.

It's okay.

Come on. You can

do what you want.

That's okay.

I'm kind of new at this.

Let me see your penis.

What's the matter?

Don't you want me?

Oh, my God!

That's my boy.

He's probably

blow-jobbing her.


I can't breathe!

I love you, Charlie.

I've loved you

since the third grade.

Um... thank you?

So you like to play

hard to get.

Back off!

I've read

in my mom's Cosmo

this is supposed

to increase pleasure.

Don't worry.

This is my first time, too.

First time what, killing?

No, Charlie.

Making love.

Get off me, you freak!

Charlie Logan, you are not

my boyfriend anymore.

I hex you!

You what?

I hex you.

You will never be happy.

Around you love will fall

like rain.

But you won't hold it.

Your heart will pain!

Once the girl

has been with you,

to the next she will be true!

Was that Phil Collins?

What happened?

Did you thumb her?

Charlie, we could get arrested

for public indecency.

I like the way you think.


All right!

Oh, my-

Oh, my God, Carol.

I love you.

I love you!

Thank you.

I love you, Charlie.

Oh, that's nice.

"That's nice"?

I'm licking the sand

off your balls,

and you say,

"That's nice"?

No, I said,

"Oh, my God" to that.

I said, "Oh, my God"

very enthusiastically about the ball lick.

Hey, listen, I'm sorry.

I just don't think the "L" word

should be thrown around casually.

The "L" word?

What are you, eight?

How about the "F" word

and the "you" word?

I can't believe

you and Carol went belly-up, man.

She was so into you.

Yeah, well, she was

a, uh, noisy eater.

It's that word, Stu: love.

I wanted to say it,

but I just- I couldn't.

How can I say something

if I don't feel it?

Easy. Lie.

What do you think

all relationships are based on, man?


"No, honey, your ass

looks great in those jeans. "


I love your parents. "

"You're kidding me. That sore right there?

That's not herpes. "

You know what I'm saying?

So, then, who are you

taking to Katie's wedding?

Oh, I don't know.

You want to go?

Do bridesmaids give head

in the coat room?

Of course I want to go!

You know how easy it is

to score at a wedding?

Have you ever scored

at a wedding?

Pacing myself.

Must be weird.

You were dating Katie

six months ago,

and now she's

marrying a doctor.

I'm a doctor.

He's a heart surgeon.

You're a dentist.

It's like saying

General Patton and Colonel Mustard

are both military men.

Hi, Dr. Stu.


I jerk off

to her mammograms.

God, I love my job.

Every day is like Christmas.

Who are you

working over today?

Dr. Charlie,

you're five minutes late!

You've got four fillings,

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Josh Stolberg

Josh Stolberg (born March 7, 1971) is an American film director, screenwriter, and photographer. He won the Seashore Award and the Queen Spirit Award as a director of the film The Life Coach. He also wrote and directed the 2005 film Kids in America, and made a cameo appearance as a security guard in the film. Stolberg is the screenwriter of the film Good Luck Chuck, starring Dane Cook, Jessica Alba and Dan Fogler. He also co-wrote the scripts for Man-Witch (starring Jack Black and directed by Todd Phillips), the remakes Piranha 3D (directed by Alexandre Aja) and House on Sorority Row, the adaptation of the book The Spellman Files, produced by Laura Ziskin, as well as the adaptation of the book The Candy Shop Wars. He was also a part of the writing team for the pilot episode of Avatar: The Last Airbender. Stolberg was born in Columbia, South Carolina. He graduated from University of Southern California School of Cinema-Television in 1996. He has been married to Leila Charles Leigh since September 15, 2001, and has two children, Asher Ronin Stolberg (credited in the film Kids in America as "Kung Fu Coordinator"), and Xander Brighton Stolberg. more…

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