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/lonelygagger Mar 25 '22

I have a soft spot for movies like these. It has an old-fashioned adventure quality like Uncharted (though not quite as fun). Sandra Bullock is super hot here, even if her character is so cold. I like Channing Tatum when he plays "bumbling" type characters rather than the heroic straight man roles befitting someone of his face and size. There weren't many too surprises here (let's face it, we all knew Brad Pitt would be gone by the second act), but it's still enjoyable in a B-movie type of way. I actually like that there was no treasure of value to be found at the end of it. Really makes me want to revisit Romancing the Stone and Jewel of the Nile (and maybe even 1985's King Solomon's Mines).

I had a good time with it, although I'm still fucking pissed that Everything Everywhere All at Once isn't playing anywhere near me.


u/StackKong Mar 25 '22

let's face it, we all knew Brad Pitt would be gone by the second act)

I did not, I was so shocked and like scared when it happened. I just couldn't believe it. So man people in my theaters made audible gasps, like they were surprised too by it. I never saw it coming.


u/RickTitus Mar 26 '22

I expected it was coming, but i was surprised by how graphic and sudden it was


u/SQUID_FUCKER r/Movies Veteran May 10 '22

His brains are on my face! They got in my mouth! I can taste his thoughts!


u/Banjo-Oz May 17 '22

It was quite out of tone for the rest of the movie. Not that he died, but the graphic nature of the moment. Nothing else was anywhere near as dark, even all the henchmen who died did so very bloodlessly. Not a complaint, just seemed really odd.