The best show that no one talks about anymore

  • Publicado el 30 sep 2021
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    LOST was a good show and I'm tired of pretending it wasn't. You don't have to agree with me, but you do have to watch my video.
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Comentarios • 13 183

  • Person 123

    why is the pinned comment always so dumb?

  • Taylor T

    My grandma accidentally taped over the VHS of my birth with an episode of Lost and caused lifetime resentment of Lost inside my mother

  • Geddy
    Geddy  +1

    Nothing beats a Drew Gooden "I want to talk about some random thing I like" video. He's got such a talent for showcasing something he feels passionate towards.

  • C
    C  +234

    You brought up something 99% of reviewers overlook: the composer.

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  • TheChrist0ph

    A couple of months ago I started watching this video, stopped, watched Lost through its entirety for the first time and now I’m back finishing this video. You accomplished getting at least one person to watch Lost! So thank you

  • Jig and Wag

    I can't bring myself to finish lost, my dad introduced me to it last year during summer break, it was our little secret since my mom didn't want me to watch it. We would watch like 4 episodes a week during summer break and like 4 episodes a month during the school year. After my mom went to bed, my dad would come up to my bedroom and tell me to get the popcorn started with a grin on his face. It was always fun hanging out with him. But my dad passed away in December due to covid, it was crushing loss and very unexpected. I've tried to watch Lost since but I can't bring myself to do it because it reminds me of him. I miss him everyday

  • DannyDorito23

    My man really spent like 6 minutes recognizing how underrated of a composer Michael Giacchino is. Respect 👊🏻 Under appreciated*

  • Kody Eldridge

    "We don't end shows that people are watching." boy that aged like milk.

  • Andrea Hagan

    I don’t think I’ve cried harder at the end of any series finale than I did watching Lost

  • ミIɳƚҽɾɠαʅαƈƚιƈ Sραƈҽ Kιƚƚҽɳ

    The fact they used the airplane parts as instruments for the music is so freaking impressive and genius. Wow

  • João Paulo Hengstler de Oliveira

    One thing I realized from Lost is that the ending was foreshadowed in the first couple episodes when Jack gives the speech about "if we can't live together, we're gonna die alone" and they lived ALONE and died TOGETHER! It's so awesome!

  • Jenna Embers

    Decided to rewatch Lost after seeing this video and upon watching it a second time I became so invested in the characters that it was not uncommon for me to cry every episode, but with Michael Giacchino’s score - can ya blame me?

  • Frank Gaffney

    Some guy: "Yeah I'm in the orchestra for Lost"

  • boggo
    boggo  +130

    I re-binged it recently, and yeah it was gripping really, the later seasons are nowhere near as bad as people say.

  • TWrLD23
    TWrLD23  +47

    Lost was more about the characters then the actual island. That’s why I love it. It has an arch for every type of person

  • luhyou
    luhyou  +539

    i had a professor recently say that Lost is fantastic television, but the mystery and anticipation of things is way more compelling than actual answers, so nothing they ever could have come up with as the answers would live up to the hype of the anticipation.

  • Swagga144
    Swagga144  +20

    I started loving Michael Giacchino's work when he created the score for Rogue One, where he brilliantly used the original melodies in all new ways. Apparently in just 4 weeks because the previous composer jumped off.

  • Emma
    Emma  +248

    As soon as you said that you were going to watch lost as a joke, I laughed. Because anyone who has seen lost knows that it's so addicting. Everyone who watches it as a joke ends up watching it for real.

  • ChesterTester

    Ah, the Arrested Development syndrome: Making a show that can only be truly watched as intended on a medium that didn't exist yet.