The perfect example of when a movie is THAT bad that it’s impossible to find where to start with it. Acting is lousy. Dialogues were poor. The storyline couldn’t be more basic, and the plot-twists more ridiculous. What’s with the role of the guy-cop? What does that add to the story? Not a slight dose of suspense or tension throughout the film, when it’s evident there was an intention in creating so. Amaia Salamanca is the only remotely interesting segment in this film, and they still managed to make her character flawed to its core. For some reason, I thought there was a minor chance this could end up being somewhat entertaining but nah. Just painful to watch. This page has perdida 2018, watch online, perdida 2018 free download, full movie hd.
Plenty of moments where movie lives a little too much upto its name ; “The Lost” though, but still the story is too good and both lead actresses come to rescue the film with their brilliant performances. It’s a novel’s adaptation which could have been a lot better without like 30 minutes, a couple of characters and a few flashbacks, but still it manages to deliver a punch many Hollywood movies of same genre fail at. Luisana Lopilato is stunning throughout and Amaia Salamanca does complete justice to her role as well. Filmxy has Perdida (2018) Online Full Movie, Perdida (2018) free download HD Bluray 720p 1080p with English subtitle. Stars: Mara Alberto, Carlos Alcantára, Juan Ignacio Cane
Netflix movies do not have a great track record with me. Perdida does in no way make me think differently. The subject would lend itself for a thriller or a film Noir. My bet would have been with the latter. The music, perhaps the one outstanding aspect of the movie, seems to chosen for a kind of setup.
But the movie is too unfocused to be anything at all. This then is its greatest weakness: it spends too much time on side stories and back stories that break up the pacing, take away the mystery and often seem irrelevant. One example is the time given to the criminals. They get extensive screentime. A better director would have chosen to have their activities discovered by the lead, like for instance in Sicario, where Emma Blunt stays the focus of the movie and we discover through her what happens. Another example would be the Third Man or the Maltese Falcon, where again the focus stays on the lead.
If a back story is required, it is told in dialogue or given a very short screentime. Perdida also suffers from a direction that tries too hard to be nifty with the camera and misses movie gems at the same time. Nice scenes are not exploited by good framing, but often marred by ‘bobbing’ camera work: in one scene the camera moves from a heavy grey and snowy sky downward to a street view. This maneuver is clearly too much for the cameraman to handle and results in him(or her) losing grip. All in all a movie feels like it is overreaching itself. Perhaps try and make a small movie instead of attempting to make an epic one?