Contradictory to it's title, there is no luck with Lucky Numbers.A huge disappointment from director Nora Ephron, who brought us the tame chick-flicks You’ve Got Mail and Sleepless in Seattle. Instead here, she botches it all up by throwing it a ton of profanity and a couple of ridiculous sex scenes to get an R rating. The end result is not very funny. Whereas typical anti-hero protagonists break the law in some shape or form for an acceptable reason to us, like in Thelma & Louise, we're rooting for them. But in Lucky Numbers, all the characters are annoying and unlikable. Lisa Kudrow, as always, knows how to perfectly deliver her end of the comedic bargain, and he performance is nicely done, however, it's thrown off by the fact that she becomes so totally unlikable. There's no one to root for, not even Bill Pullman as a lackadaisical cop, because he, too, has no justifiable reason to be so uncaring and unbuyable.Final Verdict: D-.