An 8 year old boy becomes lost from his 18 year old sister while on vacation in Paris, France. An American student studying in Paris will aid the sister in her search for the boy.

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Mr. Stamm
Christopher Plumley ...
Zac Monroe
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Alex Monroe
John Thomas Hooper ...
Seth Carter (as John Hooper)
Margolyn Woods ...
Mrs. Carter
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Flight Attendant
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Immigration Officer #1 (as Chris Goodman)
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Immigration Officer #2
Charlie Amis ...
Father of Lost Child
Edme ...
Herself
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Maurice
Jessica Plumley ...
Yvette
Matt Payne ...
American Backpacker
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Natalie Jordon
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This family comedy is about, Zack, an 8-year old American boy who is separated from his 18-year old sister, as they arrive in Paris for a family vacation. Seth, and friends track Zack down. Written by Anonymous

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Lost in Paris! What's a kid to do? See more »


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28 June 2005 (USA)  »

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$850,000 (estimated)
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Tara Lipinski would skate several times per week during the filming of the movie. See more »

Quotes

Daniel: Unless she has the IQ of a cantaloupe, she's gonna know that it's not a restaurant.
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Soundtracks

Take the Long Way Home
Written by Rick Davies and Roger Hodgson
Performed by Supertramp
Courtesy of A&M Records, Inc.
Under license from Universal Music Enterprises
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Awful
25 November 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I didn't enjoy the movie at all. It is easy to judge the actresses and actors for appearances and acting.. It is awful and predictable.. A subject of laughing matter for my eighth grade French class that watched it, and no one enjoyed the movie. The girls in the movie (Tara Lipinski and the girl that played Alex) are awful and very easy to judge, if you have watched the movie you know what I'm talking about, although I hate to be judgmental. Don't waste your time on this movie, there are much better movies out there that could be productive watching with actual professional actors and actresses. The plot is your average vacation story with the bad guys and the lost kid that saves the day and I found myself only continuing to watch for the amusement found from the characters horrid acting and laughable appearances, poses, and qualities. Sure, show this movie to a 5 year old, they won't care but I hated it and if you are older than six, you will too.


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