A young street-smart, Nathan Drake and his wisecracking partner Victor “Sully” Sullivan embark on a dangerous pursuit of “the greatest treasure never found” while also tracking clues that may lead to Nathan’s long-lost brother.

  • Released: 2022-02-10
  • Runtime: 116 minutes
  • Genre: Action, Adventure, Drama
  • Stars: Tom Holland, Mark Wahlberg, Antonio Banderas, Sophia Ali, Tati Gabrielle, Patricia Meeden, Sarah Petrick, Rubén Doblas Gundersen, Nolan North, Pilou Asbæk, Steven Waddington, Pingi Moli, Tiernan Jones, Rudy Pankow, Manuel de Blas, Jesús Evita, Georgia Goodman, Diarmaid Murtagh, Joseph Balderrama, Serena Posadino, Alana Boden, Jonathan Failla, Anthony Thomas, Peter Seaton-Clark, Robert Maaser, Eskindir Tesfay, Carmen Capdet, Rubén Doblas Gundersen, Julia Schunevitsch, Alois Knapps, Matt Barkley, Jimmy Hart, Brett Praed, Carlo Kitzlinger, Rubén Doblas Gundersen
  • Director: Ruben Fleischer
  • Jas_11 - 16 May 2024
    Far Fetched
    I love watching this type of film and they don't make them that often. It's nothing like Nic Cage and National Treasure or Harrison Ford's Raiders of the lost arc. The plots too easy and the clues are found too easy. There's a lot of Cgi which seems to be the norm with films these days. Tom Holland seems to be re enacting his spider man with all his action shots and it's a bit rediculous. Quite a few goofs. When they find the ships, Nate has to swim under water and there they are !! How on earth did the two ships get in that position when they have to be air lifted out ! Then when the others catch up they come in by boat when Nate swam in !!. Shame it was quite a daft script.
  • tomlaju - 16 March 2024
    Nice adventure movie
    I liked the film but I was mainly attracted by the presence of Mr Marc Walberg in the film.

    The big negative point is that there's not enough "danger" in it, at least not enough. I get the impression that the characters aren't that confronted with death, apart from the plane scene, but that's all...

    I understand that the aim of the film was to appeal to all audiences, but I find that this idea breaks a little the video game's lack of enemies for the characters to confront.

    In fact, I need to finally play the games again, that would be cool.

    But in any case I found this adventure side that I liked a lot !!!
  • Moe_Wishah - 13 January 2023
    A complete disappointment
    As a hard-core, uncharted franchise fan, this was a huge disappointment, because execution is not done up to the standards no respects the heavy weight of such franchise to the dedicated fans of the uncharted world. The casting is terrible. The dialogue is mediocre, and the adventure itself which we enjoyed the most while playing the game was missing completely. I am not sure how could the Hollywood screw up such an amazing franchise that could've done wonders to its worldwide fans.

    I came to this conclusion, while watching the Indiana Jones franchise, and realizing how more relevant it is to uncharted in the actual movie made.

    I am truly disappointed because nobody in this crew had any respect to the uncharted fans.
  • elliekatea - 28 December 2022
    Overall a bunch of fun.
    I really really enjoyed this, I don't care what other people say. It's been a while since the games so my memory isn't too good but it didn't hurt my enjoyment watching this at all. I wanted to watch a good movie that I could turn my brain off to and just have a good time and it did exactly that.

    My humour is pretty eclectic so I had a good few laughs but overall I hope they end up making a second movie despite what so many people are saying. Seriously. There is an audience out there (including me) that enjoyed the movie a lot and would like to see Tom in another series of films that isn't Spider-Man.
  • DanTheButler - 15 December 2022
    Entertaining, but it's not Uncharted.
    While Holland and Wahlberg have great chemistry and the female casting was absolutely fantastic, this one doesn't quite hit the fan vibes of a die hard gamer of the franchise. Some parts were funny but the parts that weren't were really forced.

    The patience one gets from playing the games is fast forwarded into a 2 hour run, with scene after scene being rushed through just so we can get to the end for some sort of closure. It made me realize how much better The Last of Us will probably be, simply as a series, rather than a standalone film.

    I also can't help but compare this to the Uncharted fan short with Nathan Fillion and Stephan Lang. It was done so, so well and I look forward to getting a feature film of any video game franchise that is done with that kind of detail to the story, characters and gameplay-like scenes.

    As for this movie, it's entertaining but I do not feel it did justice for the franchise.
  • lauraockendon - 19 November 2022
    Probably the most boring film I've watched this year. My husband and I fell asleep multiple times. Trying too hard to be like National Treasure/Indiana Jones, but all the "clues" were too easy/cliche/boring/everything you've seen before. I've got no idea how it's even reached 6.1/10 stars rating! Mark Wahlberg, same old same old - trying to be the funny action guy, which he truly never is. Tom Holland's accent is weird, and the main female actress you can't tell if she's Australian trying to do a British accent, or the other way around. Don't bother wasting your time!!! #BORING. Watch National Treasure/Indiana Jones instead.
  • speeding_motorcycle - 11 November 2022
    A Blockbuster better than an Indy
    Personally I have always found the Indiana Jones films to be slightly overrated. As a child of the eighties I have fond memories but apart from the third instalment I don't think they hold up to the cobweb tinted memories. This movie is far more in the National Treasure vein yet without the crazy Cage running amok. Two great leads a witty script and some wonderful locations. Tightly edited and plotted it doesn't stop for air yet keeps you rushing along in its waters. Okay it isn't overly original but then Indy was a throwback to films made forty years before it and yet this is forty years after. One is seen as a homage and one as a sacrilege. Film reviewers need to stop being such old curmudgeons and embrace a bit of fun every once in awhile. You never know they might be entertained?