The Lost City by Adam and Aaron Nee. with Sandra Bullock and Channing Tatum
A perfect and unsociable writer takes refuge in erotic fantasies which he stages in his romance novels. The covers feature a model with long blonde hair and a less than brilliant intellect. The two don’t get along very well but are forced to preside together on the promotional tour of the latest book, which is not exactly a masterpiece.
Since she lost her archaeologist husband years earlier, she has lost not only love but also inspiration. He does not have great job prospects apart from undressing in public during the history readings in the presence of the increasingly hormonal readers.
The unprecedented couple formed by Sandra Bullock and Channing Tatum promises a hilarious, indeed hilarious, comedy (which at the opening weekend in the United States he beat The Batman at the box office) and does not disappoint because when the lady, Loretta, is kidnapped by Abigail, a megalomaniac billionaire played by Daniel Radcliffe (yes, he, Harry Potter), in search of a lost treasure. The model, now convinced that he is in reality like his alter ego Dash, launches to the rescue without the slightest chance of surviving. That’s why he relies on Jack Trainer, an ex-military with strong nerves played by Brad Pitt.
We haven’t laughed so much in theaters for a long time because the action movie combined with the rom-com in The Lost City with a stellar cast and an infinite series of surreal situations it is truly the unmissable event of the weekend.
Surprise ending by Mariano Cohn and Gastón Duprat, with Penelope Cruz and Antonio Banderas