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The Lost City (2022)


60/10: The Lost City is a good time full of laughter but feels like a typical rom-com adventure that hits all the tropes
Saturday, October 8, 2022

The Lost City is a goofy adventure with shades of romantic comedy, much like Romancing The Stone back in 1984 but with the absurdity and the laughs cranked up to 10. The movie basically revolves around Channing Tatum’s hilarious reaction to every peril and danger. Sandra Bullock charms as always, and Daniel Radcliffe’s kooky villain entertains but the best part of the film is Brad Pitt’s over-the-top hero. His character is a gut-busting foil to Tatum’s attempts to impress Sandra Bullock. The Lost City has plenty of funny moments and laughs but feels overly familiar like I have seen it all in other movies. I enjoyed The Lost City and recommend it, but I wish it did more to feel unique than rely on Tatum’s wacky antics and Pitt’s uproarious cameo

_The Lost City_ is an...
Friday, July 15, 2022

_The Lost City_ is an action-adventure rom-com combo that has more action than comedy. While there are plenty of laughs to be had throughout the film, a large percentage of them missed the mark completely. There were scenes that had me laughing aloud and others that were a little cringe at times, so the humor levels will for sure vary per viewer. The overall plot was somewhat standard but entertaining enough as comedy plots are concerned. The beginning starts off strong and then slowly fades as the plot becomes more unbelievable. The acting is excellent, as it should be with this type of star power. Sandra Bullock and Channing Tatum had spectacular comedic chemistry and bounced off each other nicely. Daniel Radcliffe’s over the top villain antics were fairly decent as well, nothing groundbreaking. Brad Pitt was a standout, and I wish we saw more of him in this film, but his scenes by far were the...

Monday, April 18, 2022

FULL SPOILER-FREE REVIEW @ https://www.msbreviews.com/movie-reviews/the-lost-city-spoiler-free-review "The Lost City is one of this year's surprises, managing to vary the well-known formulas of the genre in a creative, fun manner. By making the most of the hilarious, chemistry-filled performances from Channing Tatum and Sandra Bullock, the Nee brothers explore the distinct protagonists, Alan and Loretta, beyond what's expected in generic rom-coms, developing their misleading appearances through a genuinely exciting adventure. Unfortunately, only the main character arcs receive this level of care, as everything secondary lacks the same interesting treatment and better entertainment. Still, a thematically rich ending compensates for any cliches. Definitely, a family viewing party recommendation." Rating: B

My grandpa wanted to do...
Saturday, September 17, 2022

My grandpa wanted to do something with me to celebrate my graduation, so we went to the theater! Some of the jokes miss, and it can feel scattered and repetitive, but the performances and pacing make up for that in a pretty substantial way. Definitely one of the better comedies I've gotten the chance to see on the big screen. I had a great time :)

It was... okay. Had some...
Wednesday, July 27, 2022

It was... okay. Had some charm and Sandra Bullock shows she still has star power. Not sure I completely bought her and Channing Tatum but they were fine together. Story isn't the best and Daniel Radcliff made for a lame villain but I guess I was entertained for the duration. Not sure if I'd ever really revisit, however. **3.0/5**

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