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Lost and Found (1999)



Critic Consensus: Aside from a few laughs, everything else is entirely predictable, including the jokes.

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Just how low will a guy sink in order to impress the woman of his dreams? How does stealing her dog sound? In Lost and Found, David Spade plays Dylan, who is about to open an new restaurant and has finally found the perfect apartment. The apartment just gets better when he meets his new neighbor, Lila (Sophie Marceau), a very beautiful women who has recently come to the United States from France. However, Lila has just gotten out of a bad relationship with René (Patrick Bruel), who doesn't want to leave her alone, so she has little interest in romance, preferring to devote herself to her cello and her dog Jack. One day, Jack runs away and Dylan finds him; when he returns the pooch to Lila, it's the first time she's been willing to speak in full sentences to him, though not for very long. Faster than you can say "That idea is so crazy it just might work!", Dylan decides to kidnap Jack; when Lila thinks the dog is lost, Dylan will generously volunteer to help look for him, which will give Dylan a chance to impress Lila when he's able to find Jack so quickly. Sure enough, Dylan swipes the dog, but from that point on the plan hardly goes the way he had hoped. Star David Spade also co-wrote the screenplay with J.B. Cook and Marc Meeks; the supporting cast includes Martin Sheen, Mitchell Whitfield, Artie Lang and Jon Lovitz.

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Martin Sheen
as Millstone
Estelle Harris
as Mrs. Stubblefield
Phil Leeds
as Mr. Elderly Couple
Carol Cook
as Sylvia
Natalie Barish
as Mrs. Elderly Couple
Stephanie Chang
as Restaurant Patron No. 2
Neal McMillan
as Restaurant Patron No. 1
as Turtle
as Jack
Faye Dewitt
as Blind Lady
David Hartman
as Cello Student
Brett Banducci
as Mall Quartet Player
Nicole Garcia
as Mall Quartet Player
Mary Ingersoll
as Mall Quartet Player
Shannon Dang
as Girl at Pet Store
Karen Rosin
as Brat's Mother
Nicholas Greenbury
as Rollerblade Kid
Andrew Greenbury
as Rollerblade Kid
Frankie Muniz
as Movie on TV `Boy'
Alicia Leigh Willis
as Movie on TV `Big Sister'
Lael Pollack
as Movie on TV `Little Girl'
Jeff Haley
as Guard at Hollywood Bowl
Jon Lovitz
as Uncle harry
Jason Stuart
as Jewelry Store Clerk
Jim Meskimen
as Good Samaritan
Frank Mercuri
as Bartender
Candy Rich
as Party Guest
Maree Cheatham
as Mrs. Millstone
David Garry
as Joby the Valet
David Seewack
as Valet at Millstone's
Wolf Muser
as Uberman
Della Miles
as Singer No. 1
Erika Nann
as Singer No. 2
Cynthia Bass
as Singer No. 3
Garland Campbell
as Millstone Party Band
BJ Clements
as Millstone Party Band
Mary Fukushima
as Millstone Party Band
Steve Griffin
as Millstone Party Band
Ermias Mesghenna
as Millstone Party Band
Tony Ruiz
as Millstone Party Band
Stefan Svensson
as Millstone Party Band
Fred Golt
as Table Guest
Pina De Rosa
as Maria, the Cook
Harper Roisman
as Mr. Norton
Pearl Shear
as Mrs. Norton
Robert Del
as Construction Worker
J.B. Cook
as Jan-a-tor
Marc Lynn
as Homeless Guy
as Pet Store Employee
Don Perry
as Guest at Millstone's
Jennifer Farrell
as Window Washer Girl
Audrey Wasilewski
as Pet Store Saleswoman
Robert 'Schroe' Schroer
as Construction Worker
Daphne Duplaix
as Flight Attendant
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Critic Reviews for Lost and Found

All Critics (52) | Top Critics (19)

A mundane sitcom with feature pretensions, the kind where the comic 'situation' is simply a coat-rack for hanging a rag-tag assortment of inflated sight gags and telegraphed punch lines.

April 4, 2003 | Rating: 2/4 | Full Review…

Spade serves as both star and co-writer of this lame, crass romantic comedy. Most of the jokes he's written fall flat, and his delivery isn't much better.

November 6, 2002 | Full Review…

Nothing but a cynical, astonishingly inept attempt to copy Mary's formula.

February 14, 2001 | Rating: 1/5 | Full Review…

The picture shamelessly steals gags from the vastly superior There's Something About Mary.

January 1, 2000

Maybe Adam Sandler isn't so bad after all.

January 1, 2000

It would be difficult to imagine material more wrong for Spade than Lost & Found.

January 1, 2000 | Rating: D+

Audience Reviews for Lost and Found


Just okay. Didn't love or hate it. Will say they are an unconvincing couple, though. David Spade is actually just playing his "finch" character (or may as well be). Works in the TV show, not so much in a rom com.

Nicki Marie
Nicki Marie

Super Reviewer

One of the last movies where we can see Spade playing a normal guy and actually believe it. This films is cute and quirky, but also has a nice combination of comedy that makes it very funny and entertaining to watch. As a big fan of Spade, I loved this movie. The overall story is the same as any romantic comedy, so I didn't rate it higher, but truthfully I don't care about that. If you love Spade as much as I do, you have to see this movie!

Aj V
Aj V

Super Reviewer

A few good gags and entertaining, don't change how the film is, cliche and silly.

Lucas Martins
Lucas Martins

Super Reviewer

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