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Lost & Found (1999)

PG-13 | | Comedy, Romance | 23 April 1999 (USA)
In order to impress his beautiful French neighbor, Dylan Ramsey dognaps her pet pooch so he can return him and become a hero. Unfortunately, things do not work out as planned.

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Restaurant Patron #2
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A comedy about finding your true love at any price. Dylan Ramsey resorts to snatching his beautiful neighbor's dog so he can spend time with her while they go on a phantom dog hunt. Succeeding in his plan, Dylan goes to return the pooch, only to discover that it has hidden Dylan's best friend's diamond ring. Written by WARNER BROS.

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One of these dogs must be Spade. See more »

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Comedy | Romance

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Rated PG-13 for crude and sex-related humor, brief nudity and language | See all certifications »

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23 April 1999 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Une fille qui a du chien  »

Box Office

Budget:

$30,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend:

$3,024,709 (USA) (23 April 1999)

Gross:

$6,545,360 (USA) (11 June 1999)
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Trivia

The part of Wally Slack was originally written for Chris Farley. After his death, it went to Artie Lange. See more »

Goofs

When Dylan and Lila break into the club ("a little B & E"), the door is clearly marked PULL, but they push the door to gain entrance. See more »

Quotes

Dylan: I found him down by the pier.
Lila: Oh you bad dog! I should spank you.
Dylan: Ooh, hey, I was down by the pier too.
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During the credits, cast members dance around and lip synch to "Groove is in the Heart", by Dee-Lite. See more »

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References The Breakfast Club (1985) See more »

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Go the Limit
Written by Stephen Boyd
Courtesy of FirstCom Music Inc., a Zomba Corporation
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Kinda good actually.
6 September 2001 | by (Stevens Point, Wisconsin) – See all my reviews

I thought this movie was pretty funny and one of David Spade's finer moments in his career. I'm not a huge fan of his(I'm more of a Sandler type guy). But he does some good stuff.

Dylan has just fallen in love with his new neighbor, Lila. He can't seem to get her attention though. So he "dognaps" her dog and plans to give it back and be a hero. But the dog ate his best friend's wedding present so he has to get it back and hijinks ensue as he must deal with the dog, his restaurant and Lila's ex-boyfriend.

This movie had several good things about it. Artie Lange had the funniest scenes. People may call him a Farley-wannabe, but I think he's just as funny as him, if not funnier. Jon Lovitz also has a funny cameo.

Good stuff. 8/10


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