Long Lost (2018) is a English movie. Erik Bloomquist has directed this movie. Adam Weppler,Catherine Corcoran,Nicholas Tucci,Fran Kranz are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2018. Long Lost (2018) is considered one of the best Drama,Mystery,Thriller movie in India and around the world.
Long Lost stars Adam Weppler (The Cobblestone Corridor) as Seth, a young man invited to spend a weekend at the Connecticut mansion of his long lost millionaire half-brother Richard (Nicholas Tucci, You're Next). With the help of his enigmatic live-in girlfriend Abby (Catherine Corcoran, Terrifier), Richard leads Seth down a psychosexual rabbit hole wherein luxury and temptation are intermingled with treachery and taboo.
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"What the heck is going on in this movie?!" is what I kept asking myself throughout this film, and I am still asking. Supposedly this film has to be seen twice to really get it. I submit that there's not that much to get. Nothing happens in this film. The twist ending that explains everything does not save it. A mystery needs to have something interesting happening as it unfolds, and this film is just endless dialogue with no action. Silly contests pass for story milestones. Unlikable characters pass for story development. A good puzzle movie is an interesting story that turns out to have another level completely. (Think about The Sixth Sense: The kid sees dead people throughout the whole movie, then it turns out something else has been happening right in front of us.) This is a boring story that has a convenient explanation. Even if the second viewing is more interesting, is it really worth sitting through the first viewing? For a good low-budget puzzle movie, see Blood Punch (2014). Props to Nicholas Tucci who convincingly portrays Richard as a rich frat boy douchebag.
What the heck is this movie about?! Nothing happens, it's all about the twist at the end, and that's not enough to save it. A mystery needs to have interesting things happening as it unfolds, and this film is just endless dialogue with no action. Without the ending, the film is all silly contests and unlikeable characters. For a good low-budget puzzle movie, see Blood Punch (2014). Props to Nicholas Tucci who convincingly portrays Richard as a rich frat boy blowhard.
The story unfolds slowly, very slowly... so much that I wondered how the conclusion could possibly work but it does. You have to be patient but it's not as if the movie is dull or boring. In fact, I was busy the entire time speculating and trying to figure out what's really going on. The way things unfold, it's clear that something nefarious is going on behind the scenes but it's impossible to figure out. In the end it all makes sense and I'm interested enough to watch it a second time to pick up on all the little details I missed.
This movie is dreck. Slooooooooow, annoying main male character, and this twist ending I saw coming and even if I hadn't it would not be the "Surprise" that some reviewers make it out. It does nothing to make the movie any better. I recommend you pass on this. It's just stupid.
This interpersonal thriller is essentially a monster-in-the-house film and is totally effective as such. Tucci's committed performance buoys the film, the twist at the end is probably one that you won't see coming (and one that will prompt you to enjoy reconsidering previous moments in the film, like when Richard destroys his hearing aid while swimming), and Corcoran's final line is great.