The Lost City

Aaron NeeAdam Nee
The Lost CityThe Lost City


Why watch this film?

After watching Netflix dramas and horror movies like 'Unforgivable' and 'Bird Box', Sandra Bullock is back to romantic comedies - and alongside Channing Tatum, Daniel Radcliffe, Da'Vine Joy Randolph and Brad Pitt. 'The Lost City' brings an 'Indiana Jones'-style adventure rescue to the cinema, something already seen on streaming with 'Red Alert'. The story seems like a modern version of 'Romancing the Stone' from 1984. After all, in the narrative we follow Bullock as a writer who is trying to deal with grief and ends up getting involved in a mission to find a lost city portrayed in one of her books. The movie is very funny, the chemistry between Tatum and Bullock is charming and the plot, which has a frantic pace, can make you forget the real world. A good cast, great jokes and a pinch of romance, sometimes, is all a feature film needs. This is a typical production that shows how blockbusters can still please the audience.



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