Parents' Guide to

Lost Bullet

By Brian Costello, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 15+

Car chases, violence, language in forgettable action movie.

Movie NR 2020 92 minutes
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While it's entertaining enough as action movie fare, there's nothing that particularly stands out here. There are stylized car chase scenes, the requisite plot twists, and an escape from police custody that makes the police custody escape scene from First Blood seem less ludicrous by comparison. It's not as derivative as other action movies that wear their influences on their Vin Diesel leisurewear, but nothing emerges to make it a unique contribution to the genre.

For what it's worth, the characters are more engaging than most action movies in recent memory. There's slightly more depth than, say, the jock dude bros who grunt and bark one-liners in The Fast and Furious franchise. There isn't an overreliance on the bombast that so defines everything Michael Bay hath wrought on contemporary cinema. The story and its pacing move fast enough that you can overlook some of the more ludicrous aspects of the movie, so much so that these ludicrous aspects become part of the entertainment. In the end, Lost Bullet is an entertaining but ultimately forgettable move.

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