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I found Lost: The Journey so boring that as I was taping it, I fell asleep. All that happened was the narrator (Brian Cox) started recapping the main events from the plane crash to Boone Carlisle (Ian Somerhalder)'s death.
The first forty minutes were spent recapping the first 8-9 episodes then a hurried ending to recap Boone's death and Jack Shepard (Matthew Fox) saying after Kate Austen (Evangeline Lilly) says; "Where are you going?", Jack answers with "To find John Locke" and that's the end.
Lost: The Journey recapped events like Jack finding the spring; Locke (Terry O'Quinn) and Boone finding the hatch (TO BE OPENED AT THE END OF SEASON ONE); Charlie Pace (Dominic Monaghan) and Claire Littleton (Emilie de Ravin) being kidnapped by Ethan Rom (William Mapother) and then Charlie's almost death experience and Claire being found; among other things.
When advertised, Lost: The Journey was said to 'uncover secrets from the series that no-one would have thought.' I watched it purely for that purpose, and was supremely disappointed.
A good point was that it recapped the points, as I had forgotten most of th4e season. A poor effort by the makers and stars of Lost to bring this load of crap to the small screen. Th only reason it didn't get 1/10 is that it made me remember the first half of the season better.
Not recommended unless you forget the main events of season one 3/10
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