The Lost City
"The Lost City" reaches #1 on iTunes and Google Play, but top among new releases is another take on the "Taken" trope.
"The Lost City" with Channing Tatum and Sandra Bullock comes out tomorrow, with expectations that "Bad Guys" and "The Northman" will follow.
Not every Sony film exceeds expectations. "Morbius" opened well for its $75 million budget, but below hopes that it would propel a strong April.
“Everything Everywhere All At Once” is off to a strong start, but Oscar nominees are all but invisible.
Twenty-five years later and "Speed 2" is still a bumpy memory for Bullock.
The "screwball comedy in the jungle" premise is well-worn, but excellent performances from four A-listers save "The Lost City."
If they can get away with it, AMC raising prices for this and other big films makes sense. But unintended consequences abound.
Bullock plays a popular romance novelist who may be the key to buried treasure in this comedy from Paramount, out March 25.
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