Lost and Found

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Warning! Unless you want to see one of those original, predictable Hollywood plots, stay away from Lost and Found. I wish I had gotten lost on the way to the theater and found at my favorite restaurant. In this romantic-comedy, Sophie Marceau is a French cello player named Lila. Lila has a pain in the neck dog named Jack that repeatedly runs away. A restaurant owner named Dylan, played by David Spade, lives in the same apartment complex as Lila. Dylan wants to get to know Lila better, so he dognaps Jack and hides him in his apartment. Forget the dog – I would have taken Lila home. In the meantime, Lila’s old boyfriend wants to get back together with her so he begins looking for Jack. He suspects Dylan has hidden Jack in his apartment so he can get closer to Lila, so he continuously tries to sabotage Dylan and make him look bad. Dylan and Lila spend the next two hours looking for Jack. She loves spending time with Dylan until she finds out wha t really happened to her dog. I expected this movie to be lame and I was right. The plot was lost in the first ten minutes and never found again. There’s also something about Mary, I mean this film that’s very familiar. The only thing I liked about this movie was the music from the 70’s, so it’s a good thing I wasn’t deaf instead of blind. I give it a D rating.

This movie has been given a PG-13 rating by the MPAA