By Leah Rozen
March 24, 1997 12:00 PM

Gregory Hines, Vincent D’Onofrio

Good Luck is a small picture with a huge heart. Lovingly directed by Richard LaBrie, this comic drama follows two disabled men—one’s blind (D’Onofrio) and the other (Hines) is in a wheelchair—as they journey from Seattle to Oregon to take part in a raft race. Luck is about doing the best you can, even when best—don’t read any further if you don’t want to know the ending—means coming in dead last, which is exactly what our heroes do in the race. And their finish is just as moving and exhilarating as if they had come in first. (R)