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Lost & Found 1999 PG-13 CC

A restaurant owner falls in love with his too-busy-for-a-relationship neighbor. Unable to win her over in the traditional manner, he kidnaps her beloved dog and then volunteers to find him.

Starring:
David Spade, Ever Carradine
Runtime:
1 hour, 39 minutes

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Genres Romance, Comedy
Director Jeff Pollack
Starring David Spade, Ever Carradine
Supporting actors Stephanie Chang, Neal MacMillan, Turtle, Mitchell Whitfield, Lloyd Garroway, Artie Lange, Coby, Sophie Marceau, Carole Cook, Estelle Harris, Marla Gibbs, Rose Marie, Natalie Barish, Phil Leeds, Christian Clemenson, Dee Dee Rescher, Fay DeWitt, David Hartman
Studio Warner Bros.
MPAA rating PG-13 (Parents Strongly Cautioned)
Captions and subtitles English Details
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By A Customer on December 11, 1999
Format: DVD
To tell you the truth, I'm not a David Spade fan...I find him irritating. But I'm a huge Sophie Marceau fan, and she was the only reason I decided to rent this movie (and even then reluctantly so). Well, the movie turned out to be better than I expected. And Spade was almost (operative word there) likable. Unoriginal? Yes; it share's too much in common with Something About Mary. But it was good for a few laughs; even my wife enjoyed it (and she's not normally a big fan of movies of thie genre). And more importantly, I got my fix of the talented and lovely Ms. Marceau for the evening.
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Let me begin by asking you this: Are you a David Spade fan? If you are then you will definitely like this movie. If not, then chances are his antics will grow tiresome very early. I have found that with many people it's either love or hate with David Spade. On the other hand I enjoy his comedy and I loved this movie. Spade plays Dylan, a struggling restaurateur who falls for his beautiful new cello playing neighbor played by the always lovely and charming Sophie Marceau (The World is Not Enough). Unfortunately she hardly knows he exist. Dylan soon devises a plan to win her affections involving kidnapping her dog. As you may guess things quickly turn sour for Dylan. A missing ring, Lila's greasy ex-boyfriend, an obnoxious protégé that wants to be "just like him" not to mention a huge catering gig that could make or break his business, and you have some really funny moments.
Jeff Pollack's direction keeps the film moving, and tries to keep all of the gag's believable, even Spade's Neil Diamond impression. Spade is his usual sarcastic self, and his chemistry with Marceau is very good. Artie Lang is very funny as the Spade wanna be, a part that must have been written with Chis Farley in mind. There are also several good cameo's by John Lovitz (The Dog Whisperer), Martin Sheen (The Bank President), and several card playing old ladies that anyone over thirty will surely recognize. "Lost & Found" is very good romantic comedy that I would absolutely recommend, I liked it enough to watch it three times
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I think this movie is one of the best comedys i have ever seen! Its well written and a great cast! David Spade is great in this especially when he does his Neal Diamond impression I was on the floor laughing!
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By A Customer on December 28, 1999
Format: DVD
I never really cared for David Spade, but had to see this movie because I'm a Sophie Marceau fan. Turned out that Spade was very funny, his character very likable, the story a little stale but enough laughs to make up for it. Very cute movie.
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Is there a better choice for a leading man in today's current crop of Hollywood hunks than David Spade? Not likely. I'm giving this movie four stars out of five only because David never goes starkers onscreen. Then, this movie would be bar none, the best film ever! Witty dialogue, well developed characters, and the classic story of boy stalks hot chick, boy steals hot chick's dog, hot chick finds boy mildly tolerable, boy lip syncs a Neil Diamond song, hot chick finds out boy stole her dog from smarmy foreign boyfriend, boy apologizes, hot chick marries him for a green card. Fresh off her winning performance in Braveheart, Sophie Marceau is serviceable as Spade's love interest and concert cellist. She didn't know how lucky she is to act alongside such a talent. First rate comedy fun!
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I have no idea what executive green-lighted this movie, but I would be stunned if he or she still worked in "the business". This movie was truly awful from start to finish. David Spade, who has been in some mildly amusing movies, had nothing to work with. The dialogue was bad, the characters uninvolving and the story was contrived. I can't actually recall laughing at anything in this movie (with the exception of the idea that David Spade could be a leading-man). I can remember feeling uncomfortable when I watched Spade do his Neil Diamond impression. Sophie Marceau, who is easy on the eyes, seemed more like an animatron than a real person; but, she was responsible for the only enjoyable scene in the movie: when she hikes up her skirt, plants a rather large musical instrument between her legs and manages to make classical music look sexy.
I have been trying to make a mental list of the five worst movies ever made. So far I am only completely sure of two: Lost and Found & Caddyshack 2.
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This movie is a real keeper, folks. I know it didn't do too well in theaters, but GIVE IT A CHANCE!
Lost & Found is the story of a restaurant owner (spade) named Dylan Ramsey, who is doing okay with his cafe, but not so well in the ladies department. He goes through one meaningless relationship after another, until he meets Lila, his new, cello playing neighbor who moves from France with her dog, Jack. Dylan fails to get any sort of attention from this girl until he decides to kidnap her dog, in order to spend time with and get to know her. Humor ensues, romance ensues. All-in-all, a great, fun romantic comedy that i recommend to anyone.
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I must admit that the premise for this movie sounded pretty stupid. However, this movie was a pleasant surprise for me; the plot was very enjoyable, and David Spade was hilarious as well as ridiculously likeable. As always, Sophie Marceau was jaw-droppingly beautiful. This is the first movie I have seen in a while where the guy actually deserved the girl at the end of the movie; I mean, he really WORKED for her! I can't root for guys who don't do anything, but the girl just happens to be in love with him for no good reason.
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