Lost & Found
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|Opened in Theaters|
|Friday, April 23rd, 1999|
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|2 Total Reviews|
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David Spade dognaps his neighbor's pooch, planning to return it and be a hero.
crude and sex-related humor, brief nudity and language
Starring David Spade, Sophie Marceau, Martin Sheen... View more >
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First of all....it was unique and I liked it. Put on your sophomoric hats while having a few "Saturday Night Live" brews and this movie will make complete sense to you. I am surprised that the title of this movie wasn't "Something about David". I won't kid you into believing that this film will do well at the Oscars or compete against any of the Star Wars films at the box office, but it was definitely better than any of the movies shown on cable late Friday nights. There are a few scenes that will cause you to release a laugh or two, but there is one scene that will definitely cause you to remember this film for a long time to come. I won't tell you what the scene was except to say, that if you are about to see Neil Diamond perform at an outdoor dinner party, then stay put and hold off on getting that popcorn or soda refill for a few moments. Now one scene will not make a movie redeemable, but this one scene helped. For those of you who remember the old Dick Van Dyke television show and wonder what ever happened to Rose Marie, then stick around for an exciting game of overage strip poker....that could eventually be used as an intro for a new Viagra commercial. Bottom line....the movie was all David Spade...which means the potential for laughter with a few moans and groans will be present. Rating: 4 of 10.
Sophie Marceau is the only bright moment in "Lost & Found." David Spade spend most of his time and the audience's time tracking her down for a date. The film had no laughs and not fun watching this movie.