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Trash-talking fat guys seem to be all the rage this year, as the success of "Knocked Up" and "Superbad" demonstrates. Viewers' response to "Good Luck Chuck" might depend on how much enthusiasm they have for the raunchy rantings of another overweight man-boy, played by Dan Foglerwho won a Tony for his more nuanced turn in "The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee.
But he's the hero's horny best friend, and you have to spend an awful lot of time in his company, which will probably tickle dirty-minded teens and drive everyone else up the wall.
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The gimmick here is that Charlie Dane Cooka dentist who had a curse placed on him when he was a kid, is destined for sex but not love. It seems that every woman who sleeps with him will marry the next man she meets, making him the good-luck charm for all kinds of women desperate to tie the knot.
At first, Charlie enjoys all the casual sex that comes his way, but he begins to resent the fact that he's not a keeper. Matters get even more complicated when he meets an accident-prone young woman, Cam Jessica Albawho seems to be a perfect match, but he worries that if they sleep together, she's sure to marry someone else -- unless he can break the curse.
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The premise allows for lots of sex play, lots of crude encouragement on the part of Stu and some tiresome sight gags depicting Cam's pratfalls and mishaps. The script by Josh Stolberg has no fizz. It's possible to sit for half an hour without cracking a smile. Part of the problem is sheer repetitiveness; another problem is that Stu's leering remarks are repulsive rather than endearing.
Yet this juvenile comedy directed by Mark Helfrich turns out to be easier to take than it has any right to be, largely because of the presence of Cook.
He's co-starred in dumb comedies like "Employee of the Month", and he made a rather convincing psycho in "Mr. Brooks", but here he's playing romantic comedy, and he turns out to be surprisingly skillful at it.
He might have the potential to be a latter-day Chevy Chasewho managed to navigate farce as well as romance with panache. Because of Cook's performance, we end up feeling sympathy for Charlie and rooting for him to get lucky in love.
Alba also gives an appealing performance, and she displays the right chemistry with Cook. Other cast members are merely adequate.
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Technical credits and music are solid, but they can't rescue the witless script. Whatever Happened to Dane Cook?
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