The Lost details
|Starring:||Marc Senter, Shay Astar, Alex Frost, Megan Henning, Robin Sydney, Michael Bowen, Ed Lauter, Dee Wallace, Misty Mundae, Ruby Larocca|
|Studio:||LIONS GATE HOME ENTERTAINMENT|
|Run time:||1 hour 55 minutes|
|Rental release:||08 Jun 2009|
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The LostBy a customer from Whitehaven , 29 Mar 2009
[Highly rated reviewer]Hanging out at some campgrounds one nice summer day, 19-year-old Ray Pye decides to murder two young women. His friends, Jen and Tim, witness the murder and help him cover it up. Four years later, Ray has never been arrested for the crime. Detective Charlie Schilling and his ex-partner, Ed Anderson, know that Ray did it. They just could never prove it. Charlie figures it's about time they did prove it. He's ready to push Ray harder than ever. Meanwhile, Ray has met his match in a new girl in town. Her name's Katherine Wallace. Kath is a bad girl. Her and Ray are a potentially explosive combination. Throw in the fact that Ed is having a summer fling with Sally Richmond - a girl young enough to be his daughter. And Sally's just gotten a job at the motel that Ray manages. Ray has his eye on her. Charlie and Ed never found the gun that Ray used to murder the women at the campground. That rifle, as well as a handgun, are hidden behind the mirror in Ray's bathroom. Ray can only be pushed so far. The time will come when he takes the mirror off the wall and shows everyone who is in charge
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a young bAteman.By Mainland (33 reviews) from Cambridge , 15 May 2012
[Highly rated reviewer]Cant believe this film has received such bad reviews on here, i admit it wont be everyones cup of tea BUT the other reviewers on here must be part of a local narrow minded social club! The first 20 minutes I didn't know how to take this movie as you knew something serious was going on but at the same time from the off I could sense the humour in this...
After the first 20 minutes passes you get your head around that this is not meant to be a serious thriller but more a humorous study of a psychopath in the making, I couldn't help but think the main character Ray Pie was like a 10 year younger Patrick Bateman (Christian Bale) from American Psycho (which is a firm favourite of mine) - like Patrick, Ray is handsome, loves himself, gets all the girls and ultimately loves to the kill girls!
So my advice is if you enjoyed the great American Psycho DEFINITELY give this ago as i'm so glad i managed to dig this little gem out! Its extremely funny (if you have a half decent sense of humour) the main guy who plays Ray is superb and gives Bale as Bateman a good run for his money!
The soundtrack isn't too shabby either!
the lostBy faymie (1 review) from Pershore , 27 Feb 2010god this was a totally rubbish film.anyone could make a better job therselves. would not reccomend to anyone not even the dog
AverageBy Minny (573 reviews) from London , 15 Feb 2010This is a fairly average film really. I can' think of anything nasty to say about it. I guess it is just one of those films that are o.k. and I have certainly seen much worse.... it has a quirky feel to it.
what a load of tosh!!!!By a customer from Kent , 04 Feb 2010This has got to be one of the worst films i have ever seen...........
Left me thinking 'What was that all about?'
Sound track was all over the place.
I wouldnt bother if i was you!!!!!
Oh DearBy kenden (144 reviews) from Ongar , 11 Jan 2010Can't really remember what this was about. Not worth watching from what I can remember it was dull and boring so don't waste your time rentong it.....BORING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!