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When college-bound Emily Landis (Delaney, God's Not Dead) moves from the city to her Grandpa's country home, she is expected to take care of Lucky, her late Grandma's horse, and makes it her mission to show the light of Christ to her grieving Grandpa (Michael Ironside, Top Gun). Struggling, Emily is befriended by a local named Jake. When the two discover Emily's Grandma died searching for hidden treasure, the pair attempt to find the rare gold coin that has eluded treasure hunters for decades. A tale of love, adventure and intrigue, LUCKY'S TREASURE is a powerful reminder that things long lost might still be found today.
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Common Sense Says
Predictable, slow Christian family drama with some gunplay.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Lucky's Treasure is a faith-based drama about grief, redemption, and significant life changes. A young woman reenters her heartbroken grandfather's life, helps him find his way, and meets a college classmate who will alter her own course. Adding mystery is a long-buried treasure, thought to be hidden on the family property, and two scoundrels who will do anything to find it. The conflict that emerges includes fist-fighting, gun threats, and a home invasion robbery. One of the main characters almost dies. The first scenes involve an elderly woman who dies in the arms of her husband. The widower later uses alcohol to excess, hoping to diminish his pain. Christian messages are incorporated throughout; characters rely on prayer and faith to see them through difficult times. Strictly for audiences who enjoy religious tales and don't mind uninspired storytelling.
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- Genre:Family, Drama
- Release Date:April 4, 2017
- Highest Available for Purchase:HD