The lottery seems to have captured most people’s imaginations. To successfully win the jackpot is something everybody aims for. Winning huge amounts of money are the goal of anyone buying lottery tickets online (Togel Online) or on regular lottery outlets. Winning and how to spend your winnings can be an exciting plot for a film. Here are four movies about winning the lottery so that you too can have a feel of the excitement of winning such huge amounts of money.

It Could Happen to You (1994)

Based on an amazing true story. The 1994 movie, It Can Happen To You, featuring Nicholas Cage as being a police officer in New York City and Bridget Fonda playing the role of a waitress. The couple win the lotto, shared the cash and eventually falling in love. The story was based on real events however in real life the couple didn’t really fall in love but remained to be friends and among the rich people today.

29th Street (1991)

Another true story-based film, 29th Street, is Frank Pesce Jr. (Anthony LaPaglia) shows the story of receiving a lucky gift from birth. In the film, Pesce’s had always been lucky even before his birth. He remains lucky in Queens. Hard-working but unhappy father is jealous. The story of Frank Pesce Jr. Tension escalates when he becomes the very first winner of the lottery in New York State.

Finder’s Fee (2001)

In the film directed by Jeff Probst, Tepper (played by Erik Palladino) found a wallet. He contacted the owner but found that there was a winning lottery ticket in the wallet worth millions of dollars. When Tepper’s regular poker staff comes for their game, the action increases. So if you were Tepper, what would you do knowing that you have on hand a winning lottery ticket?

If I Had a Million (1932)

This classic movie shows the story a rich businessman who have decided to grant a million dollars to 8 strangers picked randomly from a phone book. His plan is not about selflessness but he prevents his empire to fall in the hands of his family who seems to be overpowered with greed. While the winners didn’t really earn the money from the lottery, the movie exhibits how each one of the recipients made use of their new fortune and the effect it has on their lives.