The Lost City DVD and Blu-ray Release Date (2022): Adventure cinema experienced a small boom in Hollywood after the premiere of ‘Raiders of the Lost Ark.’ Among the many who tried to drink from the success of Indiana Jones, ‘After the Green Heart’ is probably the most outstanding film that was released during the 80s.
Its success was such that its sequel ‘The Jewel of the Nile‘ was released just a year later. But, although there was talk at different stages of a possible third installment, the saga never went beyond that.
Now Hollywood has drunk from the film directed in 1984 by Robert Zemeckis to shape ‘The Lost City,’ a vehicle for showcasing Sandra Bullock and Channing Tatum that this Wednesday, April 13, arrives in Spanish cinemas.
He does it to make the viewer have a good time, and he succeeds even though it is not particularly memorable.
‘The lost city‘ plays to mix comedy, adventure, and romance, a cocktail that we have not seen too much lately, so, at least a priori, something like that is always appreciated.
That said, the order I have chosen to arrange them is no accident, as that is their order of importance.
First, it is a comedy, in which the adventure has a strong presence, while the romantic is relegated to last place.
That is perceived from its funny prologue with the protagonist having serious problems finishing her new novel.
That game with fiction within fiction is adorable and also serves to place the viewer within the dynamics that the character played by Bullock is currently going through.
The first act serves to briskly and efficiently organize all the elements around her before embarking on an adventure similar to the one in her books.
It is until then that ‘The Lost City‘ is more reminiscent of ‘After the Green Heart,’ a feeling that never goes away but does fade a bit as the events outlined by the script by Oren Uziel, Dana Fox, Adam Nee, and Aaron Nee, these last two also directors.
One of the significant deviations is the main male character, since ‘The Lost City’ turns Tatum into a poor bastard who doesn’t quite know what he’s dealing with.
To do this, he even plays brilliantly by introducing a hilarious Brad Pitt, the best of the show by far, in contrast, being in those minutes when the film is more daring in what he can and cannot do.
It could be said that there is an obvious parallelism between Kathleen Turner in ‘After the Green Heart’ and Bullock here, while the character of Michael Douglas does not have such a precise equivalent in the film at hand.
That leads to the dynamic between the protagonists of ‘The Lost City’ being different and focusing more on how unlikely it is that they will be able to face the elements when they should be caught at the first opportunity under normal conditions.
The Lost City Synopsis
Regarding romance and adventure, Loretta Sage is one of the most sought-after authors in the world.
Model Alan has spent most of his career portraying Dash, Loretta’s hunky hero who graces the book covers.
Loretta is kidnapped while marketing her new books with Alan by an eccentric billionaire who believes she can help him uncover the treasure of a hidden city referenced in his latest book.
Alan sets out to rescue the novelist to prove that he can live up to the hero he portrays in the books in real life. Accompanied on an epic journey into the heart of a dangerous jungle.
The Lost City DVD and Blu-ray Release Date
The DVD and Blu-ray release date for The Lost City has been planned for July 26, 2022, and the movie will be accessible in high definition digitally on Amazon Video and iTunes on May 10, 2022.
The Lost City Cast
Sandra Bullock as Loretta Sage
Channing Tatum as Alan Caprison
Daniel Radcliffe as Abigail Fairfax
Da’Vine Joy Randolph as Beth Hatten
Héctor Aníbal as Rafi
Thomas Forbes-Johnson as Julian
Oscar Nunez as Oscar
Patti Harrison as Allison
Brad Pitt as Jack Trainer
Bowen Yang as Ray
Joan Pringle as Nana
Where Was The Lost City Filmed In 2022?
The Dominican Republic served as the location for the shooting, which took place there between May and August of 2021. The first public screening of the movie took place at South by Southwest on March 12, 2022, and it was released in theatres across the United States by Paramount Pictures on March 25, 2022.
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