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  • Movie Name: The Lost City (2021)
  •  IMDb Ratings: 6.5/10
  • Directors: Aaron Nee, Adam Nee
  • Writers: Oren Uziel, Dana Fox
  • Stars: Sandra Bullock, Channing Tatum, Daniel Radcliffe
  • Quality: 720p | 1080p (WEB-DL)
  • Language: English (5.1 Dolby Digital)
  • Genres: Action | Adventure | ComedyRomance
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The Lost City is a 2021 American action-adventure comedy film film  ,
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The Lost City (2021) – Storyline/Plot:

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.

Loretta Sage is a reclusive middle-aged author who writes romance-adventure novels centered around a fictional hero named Dash McMahon, who is portrayed by cover model Alan Caprison. Her publicist, Beth Hatten, insists that she must embark on a book tour with Alan to promote her latest work.

After a disastrous start, mostly due to the popularity of Alan’s Dash persona, Loretta is captured by a kidnapper named Abigail Fairfax, a billionaire who realizes that Loretta has based her books on actual historic research she did with her late archaeologist husband. He has discovered a lost city on a remote Atlantic island and is convinced that this is the location of the “Crown of Fire”, a priceless treasure. When Loretta declines to help decipher an ancient map to the treasure, Fairfax, who fears the site will be destroyed by an active volcano, chloroforms Loretta and takes her to the island.

Alan, who is secretly enamored with Loretta, witnesses her kidnapping. He recruits Jack Trainer, a former Navy SEAL turned CIA operative, to meet him on the island and coordinate a rescue attempt. Jack, with no assistance from Alan, breaches Fairfax’s compound and frees Loretta, but is shot in the head before they can make it to the airport, forcing Loretta and Alan to escape into the jungle.

Loretta and Alan spend a day fighting off Fairfax’s henchmen before reaching a nearby village, where upon hearing a folk song from a local, Loretta deduces that the crown is hidden in a sinkhole in the jungle. Before the duo can leave, Fairfax captures Loretta again which ensues a chase by Alan to save Loretta. The pair are then forced to share the treasure’s location with Fairfax. Upon reaching the location, they discover the tomb but realize it is not a monument for Kalaman’s power but a hiding place for the queen to grieve for her husband and that her “Crown of Fire” was made of red seashells gathered by her husband who is buried with her. The actual treasure of the legend was not a priceless jewel but the inseparable love between the king and queen. Infuriated, Fairfax forces them into the tomb as the volcano erupts, but Rafi, one of the henchmen, has a change of heart and leaves a crowbar to help them escape before abandoning Fairfax on the island. Beth arrives with the local coast guard and Fairfax is arrested. Loretta’s next book, based on their adventures, is a hit, and she and Alan share a kiss while on vacation.

In a mid-credits scene, Jack, having survived his attempted killing, attends a yoga class alongside Loretta and Alan, surprising them.

Review of The Lost City (2021 Film):

The Lost City has pieces that work and pieces that don’t. Placing pretenders into an actual adventure is good for laughs and heart, yet much of this script is generic. Unimaginative MacGuffins, flat villains, and predictable romances are individually forgivable, but together, they override the premise’s charm. Furthermore, the dialogue, humor, and plot devices are subpar. The cast enhances the material (especially Pitt and Radcliffe), but some scenes are groaners. Tatum’s charisma shines through and Pitt’s cameo provides flavor, but that isn’t enough to pull The Lost City out of mediocrity. It isn’t painful, but The Lost City misses more than it hits.

Meanwhile, The Lost City’s filmmaking is average. Its minor positives are the cinematography (intermittently dramatizing comedy and action), the sound (selling the combat and jungle setting), the production design (primarily real but often computerized), and the effects (employing real explosions amongst the CGI). Conversely, the editing occasionally sags (lingering on unessential jokes) and the music is distractingly trendy (forcing fun, rather than serving the narrative). Lastly, The Lost City lacks cohesion. Its humor and emotions never tonally blend, and instead take turns (which disconnects viewers). Ultimately, The Lost City has mild appeal, but functions inconsistently.


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