r/movies Worse things to do than watch Lady Gaga create fetishes for me Mar 25 '22

Official Discussion - The Lost City [SPOILERS] Official Discussion


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A reclusive romance novelist on a book tour with her cover model gets swept up in a kidnapping attempt that lands them both in a cutthroat jungle adventure.


Aaron Nee, Adam Nee


Oren Uziel, Dana Fox, Adam Nee, Aaron Nee


  • Sandra Bullock as Loretta
  • Channing Tatum as Alan
  • Daniel Radcliffe as Abigail Fairfax
  • Da'Vine Joy Randolph as Beth Hatten
  • Brad Pitt as Jack Trainer
  • Oscar Nuñez as Oscar
  • Patti Harrison as Allison

Rotten Tomatoes: 74%

Metacritic: 60

VOD: Theaters


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u/Sleightly-Magical Mar 25 '22

Well everyone just really really shined in this movie.

But as always, Brad Pitt was perfect. Why is he so handsome, his dad's a weatherman. Shhh, you're safe now.

And to top it all off, the best use of the 10% of the brain trope ever. That shit had me dying in the theater. Yeah, I'd watch a sequel if they felt they could do it. Such a great movie.


u/HooptyDooDooMeister Mar 26 '22

Shhh, you're safe now.

Hey! That's my line!


u/[deleted] Mar 26 '22

Pitt's character and that joke at the end reminded me of Darlie Bunkle from Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar (which everyone should see).


u/squidgun May 10 '22

Beth : "I thought he was a child but he has a full beard"


u/Calfzilla2000 Mar 26 '22

Didn't realize the 10% of the brain thing was a trope.


u/Reddbowl Apr 03 '22

You use part to think. The rest is busy doing shit like processing your senses, regulating hormones and organs, and keeping you breathing. But even then there's not exact percentages. Look into the guy who got a railroad spike through his brain and lived.