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Lost and Found 1999

Lost and Found ★ 1999 (PG-13)

The only, repeat ONLY, reason to see this movie is Sophie Marceau. Spade, in a bold bit of casting, plays Dylan, a sniveling pipsqueak taken with his French neighbor Lila (the aforementioned Marceau). In a sick attempt to win her love, he kidnaps her dog in order to “find” him a few days later. When the dog swallows an anniversary ring Dylan's holding for a friend, many tasteless dog poo jokes ensue. Wants to be “There's Something AboutMary,” but doesn't have its winking sense of absurdity. Spade should stick to the snarky sidekick roles and Marceau should fire whoever told her that this would be a good career move. 97m/C VHS, DVD . David Spade, Sophie Marceau, Artie Lange, Martin Sheen, Patrick Bruel, Jon Lovitz, Mitchell Whitfield, Carole Cook, Estelle Harris, Marla Gibbs, Natalie Barish, Phil Leeds, Christian Clemenson, Daphne Lynn Duplaix; D: Jeff Pollack; W: J.B. Cook, Marc Meeks, David Spade; C: Paul Elliott; M: John Debney.

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