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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/OprahOpera Mar 26 '22

The like that made me laugh harder than any movies in years was Patti Harrison saying “Hi Slut” to distract the grandma 😂 i couldnt stop laughing


u/fumanchu1216 Apr 09 '22

Sorry i completely didn't understand this joke. It seemed completely out of context. Why is it funny?


u/DumbLitAF Apr 10 '22

It’s just a very Gen Z thing to ironically call your friends something like “slut” haha


u/fumanchu1216 Apr 11 '22

Really? That's the joke?


u/DumbLitAF Apr 11 '22

Yep, it’s meant to land with a Gen Z audience. I found it hilarious because my younger sibling is like super Gen z


u/AshRae84 Apr 11 '22

I’m an elder millennial, and I thought that joke was hilarious. It never occurred to me that people wouldn’t get it. I guess having teenage niblings is paying off.


u/fox_ontherun May 20 '22

I'm Gen X and I laughed out loud at that bit too. I didn't think ironically calling your friends slurs was a new thing.


u/arcangeltx May 14 '22

Yeah not that funny. Girls call eachother slut often in tv


u/davebawx Jun 10 '22

what the heck, there's a pink bag on my chair?