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Small time crook John finds an unlikely accomplice in Louis, a newly-orphaned teenage boy. As their open-road adventure progresses and John drags the kid on a string of robberies, the pair forge an unexpected and powerful bond.
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Neil Genzlinger
Remove the charm and the Depression-era aura from "Paper Moon" and you have "Lost in the Sun," a road movie that goes nowhere particularly interesting.
November 06, 2015
Mike McGranaghan
A monotonous bore. Lost in the Sun clearly thinks it's saying something profound, but what it says has been said before, many times, in much better pictures.
November 05, 2015
Oktay Ege Kozak
"Lost in the Sun" is a technically proficient but achingly typical gloomy southern crime drama, one that audiences can seek out if they exhausted every other similar film.
November 07, 2015
Frank Lovece
Duhamel and Wiggins unfortunately don't have the kind of Paper Moon chemistry that could have helped gloss over some of the harder-to-swallow plot turns.
November 05, 2015
Todd Jorgenson
It's a story of redemption and reconciliation that follows a well-worn path and strains credibility as it meanders along.
November 09, 2015
Glenn Kenny
Thanks to the excellent if a little on the obviously-pictorial-side cinematography by Robert Barocci, you've seen some lovely vistas on the way to indifference.
November 06, 2015
Robert Abele
Despite some scenic territory, there's just not much to this journey, leaving "Lost in the Sun" feeling like a short story stretched way too thinly toward feature length.
November 05, 2015
Mark Abraham
At every minute in this film, you know where it's going, because nothing that happens in any of the 130 minutes of this film works at all if the movie doesn't get there.
November 12, 2015