|Lost & Found|
|Directed by||Jeff Pollack|
|Written by||J. B. Cook|
|Produced by||Andrew Kosove|
|Edited by||Christopher Greenbury|
|Music by||John Debney|
|Distributed by||Warner Bros. Pictures|
|Box office||$6,552,255 (USA)|
Lost & Found is a 1999 American romantic comedy film directed by Jeff Pollack, written by J. B. Cook, Marc Meeks, and David Spade, and starring Spade, Sophie Marceau, Patrick Bruel, Artie Lange, Mitchell Whitfield, and Martin Sheen.
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Restaurant owner Dylan Ramsey is head-over-heels in love with his new neighbor, a French cellist named Lila. In a desperate attempt to garner her affections, he kidnaps her beloved pet dog and offers to help her find him on a phantom dog hunt. A wrench is thrown in his plans, however, when the dog swallows his best friend's diamond ring, and things get worse for Dylan as Lila's ex-fiancée, Rene, arrives to win her back.
- David Spade as Dylan Ramsey
- Sophie Marceau as Lila Dubois
- Patrick Bruel as Rene
- Artie Lange as Wally Slack
- Mitchell Whitfield as Mark Gildewell
- Martin Sheen as Millstone
- Christian Clemenson as Ray
- Estelle Harris as Mrs. Stubblefield
- Marla Gibbs as Enid
- Rose Marie as Clara
- Carole Cook as Sylvia
- Michelle Clunie as Gail
- Ever Carradine as Ginger
- Carl Michael Lindner as Brat
- Jon Lovitz as Uncle Harry Briggs
- Frankie Pace as Sal
- Hal Sparks as DJ
- Jason Stuart as Jewelry Store Clerk
- Frankie Muniz as Boy in TV Movie
- Agata Gotova as Party Guest (uncredited)
The film grossed $6,552,255 in the US against a budget of $30 million.
On Rotten Tomatoes the film has an approval rating of 13% based on reviews from 52 critics. The site's consensus states: "Aside from a few laughs, everything else is entirely predictable, including the jokes." On Metacritic it has a score of 19% based on reviews from 21 critics, indicating "generally unfavorable reviews". Audiences surveyed by CinemaScore gave the film a grade B− on scale of A to F.
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