THE LOST CITY – Review by Susan Granger

The formulaic script by Oren Uziel, Dana Fox and co-directors Adam and Aaron Nee – from Seth Gordon’s story – is remarkably reminiscent of Romancing the Stone with Kathleen Turner and Michael Douglas, Harrison Ford’s Raiders of the Lost Ark, even the first Mummy movie with Brendan Fraser and Rachel Weisz.

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THE LOST CITY – Review by T. J. Callahan

Loretta’s well manicured, but shaky hand slowly inched closer to Alan’s creamy white bare buttocks. Yes, his perfectly shaped derrière was covered in leeches engorged with blood from his muscular body, but she secretly was attracted to him and knew she must overcome her fear and free him from his throbbing pain if their relationship was to survive.” This is The Lost City.

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ONCE UPON A TIME…IN HOLLYWOOD – Review by Diana Saenger

I was anxious to see Once upon a Time…in Hollywood, especially since it was loaded with a great cast. But, I was quite surprised that many of the scenes that might have seemed funny to writer/director Quentin Tarantino, were so bad that viewers left the theater early and did not return.

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ONCE UPON A TIME…IN HOLLYWOOD – Review by Diane Carson

At two hours forty one minutes, writer/director Quentin Tarantino’s latest self-indulgence, Once Upon a Time . . . in Hollywood, riffs through a medley mashup of 1969 television series and cinema, all anchored to fading star Rick Dalton and his stunt double Cliff Booth. The film really is, with apologies to Faulkner, a lot of sound and fury, essentially signifying nothing.

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