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The ironically titled “Luck” marks the inauspicious return of John Lasseter, the former Pixar Animation chief who was ousted in 2017

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from the company he co-founded over allegations of inappropriate workplace behavior. Now he’s back at Skydance Animation,

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serving as head of animation and a producer on “Luck,” which is streaming on Apple TV+.

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The young woman at the film’s center is the blandest of all. Her name is Sam, and she’s voiced with steadfast perkiness by Eva Noblezada.

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Sam has bounced between various foster homes and orphanages her whole life in hopes of finding her forever family;

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now, at 18, she has aged out of the system and must live alone in a tiny apartment in her generically quaint town

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Not that the script from Kiel Murray, Jonathan Aibel, and Glenn Berger is even the slightest bit interested in this young woman’s interior life,

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She wants to procure a lucky penny for Hazel, who’s on the brink of adoption. This leads to an overly complicated series of events in which Sam and her cat friend,

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“Luck” truly is best suited for small children with low standards. Older kids will be bored. Adults will find it especially dreary

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