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Lost (2005)




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A man in the middle of nowhere finds his past catching up with him in this independent thriller. Jeremy Stanton (Dean Cain) is a businessman who is driving from Santa Barbara, CA, to his new home in a small town in Nevada. However, as Stanton makes his way through the desert, he loses his bearings, and before long, thanks to a few road closings, detours, out-of-date map listings, and faulty directions from an auto-club operator, he hasn't the foggiest notion of where he is. But when an angry man with a gun begins pursuing Stanton, it becomes evident that there's more to his story than just a few wrong turns. Also featuring Danny Trejo and Ashley Scott, Lost marked the directorial debut of screenwriter Darren Lemke.


Dean Cain
as Jeremy Stanton
Irina Björklund
as Cora Stanton
Justin Henry
as Chester Gould
Danny Trejo
as Edward James Archer
Griffin Armstorff
as Tyler Stanton
Rob O'Malley
as Maloney
Taylor Boggan
as Young Jeremy Stanton
Steven Lee Allen
as Young Jeremy Stanton's Father
Farrell Bender
as Bank Teller
Luis Chavez
as Mexican Teen
Robert Easton
as Minister
Hunter Gomez
as Opposing Football Player
Paul Green
as Trooper
Lois Hall
as Old Woman
Cindy Jo Hinkleman
as Bank Teller
Dylan Hoffman
as Football Player No. 2
Matt Kuiper
as Bank Manager
Selma Pinkard
as Bank Teller
Yan Ruíz
as Bank Worker
Jonathan Bell
as Thief No. 3
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Critic Reviews for Lost

All Critics (5) | Top Critics (3)

A road-trip thriller that turns out to have one very tightly plotted itinerary.

Full Review… | May 19, 2005
Top Critic

Ever so gradually, Lemke deftly lassoes in his audience while, bit by bit, revealing what Jeremy is really up to and then introducing a growing element of menace.

Full Review… | May 12, 2005
Los Angeles Times
Top Critic

An assured first film.

Full Review… | May 12, 2005
L.A. Weekly
Top Critic

... the lead character is such a complete moron that it's difficult to care whether he lives or dies.

May 13, 2005
Los Angeles CityBeat

Audience Reviews for Lost


Dean Cain is lost while driving through the Mojave. He done something bad, and has a flight to catch by 9pm to put it all behind him. Correct my grammar and I'll come after you, sapo.

Alex Carawan
Alex Carawan

Overall not a bad movie. The premise was great, but the story itself was a little weak. Relied a lot on character obliviousness, way too convenient timing and coincidence (heavy handed direction too - instead of assuming the audience was smart enough to get there ourselves, we're shoved face first into some obvious points). Dean Cain does a good job and manages to stay a sympathetic character (which is tough, I'm not a big fan of the anti-hero or bad guy as protagonist). Pretty light role for Danny Trejo, but he's great with what he's given, as always. If you count the location as a character, that did the most to further the plot. Visually very much conveys a sense of desolation and being "lost".

John Wagner
John Wagner

I contemplated forever on how to give this a semi-good review. I can't The director is writing the next Shrek film, though. And I like Danny Trejo, otherwise known as Machete (from the Grindhouse movie's faux trailer, Machete)

William Stephens
William Stephens

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