Lost in America (1985)

R   |    |  Comedy


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A husband and wife in their 30s decide to quit their jobs, live as free spirits and cruise America in a Winnebago.


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  • Albert Brooks and Julie Hagerty in Lost in America (1985)
  • Albert Brooks and Julie Hagerty in Lost in America (1985)
  • Albert Brooks and Julie Hagerty in Lost in America (1985)
  • Albert Brooks in Lost in America (1985)
  • Albert Brooks and Julie Hagerty in Lost in America (1985)
  • Albert Brooks and Julie Hagerty in Lost in America (1985)

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2 April 2005 | caspian1978
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| Lost in Translation
A typical Albert Brooks film where the characters and the situation create the punchline. Most Albert Brooks fans will enjoy this movie for the simple reason that it stars Albert Brooks. Considered to many as the younger / less Jewish version of Woody Allen, Brooks is almost as funny whether or not his movie deals with relationships. In Lost in America, Broosk tackles not only the relationship between husband and wife but the relationship between America and the American dream. Julie Hagerty co-stars as the off beat yet hilarious wife that loses all their money in Las Vegas. The dream turns into a nightmare their dreams are suddenly gambled away. The story takes a giant turn for the funnier as Brooks and Hagerty enjoy a 80's version of Easy Rider as they discover themselves on the open road of their lives. All in all, it all ends in New York.

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Opening Weekend USA:

$154,877 17 March 1985

Gross USA:

$10,179,000

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$10,179,000

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