Lucky Girl

Synopsis: On the day of her wedding, as Selena Jackson comes to terms with the long-lost love she's never quite gotten over, many of her guests, including her best friends and her own mother, also struggle with past loves, past regrets and past mistakes.
Genre: Romance
93 min
44 Views order to strategically evaluate

"g" we will replace an "r"

with the appropriate distance and mass.

So the acceleration of gravity "g" is

determined, uh,

by "m" and "r"

at the earths surface.

Now we know that objects, uh,

vary from place to place so

in order to evaluate it

we will simply use "M-G".

Now if we want to, uh, evaluate an object

some distance from the earth...



Perhaps you can answer the equation

if, for example,

G equals six point four times ten to

the sixth?

Um, V equals...

six point zero times ten

to the twenty-fourth power.

Pretty good, Katlin.

See you tonight.

- Bye, guys!

- See you later.

Bye, bye...

Ten bucks?

I mean, the way you screeched

I thought it was like a thousand.

Yeah, well, I cant help it,

I think of it in Euros.

Just think, this represents

a half a night

in a youth hostel full of Dutch guys.

So what do we have today?

Hey... wow!


How many books can you honors girls

carry? You look like sherpas.

Yeah, well, were smart and strong,


So, you coming tonight?

Oh, shit, um, can Maureen come?

I s Cheryls birthday party.

Oh, cool.

Sure, you can come.

Awesome. What kinda party?

Oh, its just a few of us.

My place at eight.

- Alright. Thanks, Katlin.

- Cool...

Happy birthday, Cheryl.


Whad you go and do that for?

Because... they get like a hundred

bucks a week allowance.

And theyre girls.

Acey-deucey-one-eyed-jack girls.

Oh, I see.

You wanna play poker tonight.

Twenty bucks a stake, mean thats

Europe, first class.

Pretty crafty, Katlin.

Europe will be great.

True, true!

- Hi, Mom!

- Hey, guys!

Hi, Mrs. Palmerston.

Hi. Lets go.

Can I drive?

Uh... mmm... Just no techno, okay?

- Deal.

- Lucky!

Off to the mall!

Hey there, birthday girl!


Well... Ill see you guys tonight.

- OK. Bye.

- Bye, bye.

Just... slowly.



Ya, well, uh, consolidate.

Thats my advice.

Third and ten.

Thanks, buddy.

Did you read the, uh, Times article?


- Hey.

- Hi, Dad.

Uh, give it a read and call me back.

One bag each!

Its not been a good month, Val.

Packers won.

Did they?

Whats the spread?

Thirty-one to seventeen.

No, the spread, not the score.


- Fourteen.

- Yeah.

He can do it.


Vegas had the Packers by twelve.

Can we clear this off, Alastair?

What for?

Dad, I told you.

Cheryls birthday party.

Well, cant they do it downstairs?

I told Katlin it was up to her.

Ohmigod! Its the backpack.

Thank you!

Thank you!

My mom helped. A lot.

That must be them.

Prepare to be Janiced.

Youve met Maureen, right?

- Ya, nice to see you again.

- Hi... you too.

Hey. Look who I found.

And I have a little contribution for the

party. Look under your chair, Cheryl.

Cellar raid. Ditch it if your Dad comes

down here.

Thanks, Mom.

- Yeah, thanks.

- Thanks.

Well, I thought if I brought down

some wine,

you guys might lay off

the crystal meth.

Have fun.

You guys want some cake?


So Cheryl. Whadaya wanna do

for your birthday?

Oh, I dunno. Play cards?

Alright. Five card, one draw of two.

Well make it a little bit easier

with deuces and one-eyed Jacks wild.

Ante up, ladies.

Tough stand...

Im out.

- Nice.

- Thank you.

Not nice enough.

Im totally out.

- See ya later.

- Bye.

Ill raise you five bucks.


Im out.

Ill see your five.

All right, sorry ladies, Im out.

Now Ill raise you... fifteen dollars.

I see that. And raise you...

Fourty... Fourty-five.

Fourty-six, seven, eight.

Fourty-eight dollars

and fifty cents.

Ill take an I.O.U...

Well, screw this...

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