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Lost and Found (2011)

A shy and single man named David wants a relationship. When his new neighbor Jen's dog runs away, David's roommate's scheme to match David with his cute new neighbor by hiding the dog in ... See full summary »

Director:

Eddie Powell

Writers:

Mona Sunoy, Eddie Powell (story)
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1 win & 7 nominations. See more awards »
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Cast

Credited cast:
Allie Haze ... Jen
Xander Corvus ... David
Kimberly Kane ... Vicky
Chad Alva ... Steve
Lexi Belle ... Meg
Tony DeSergio ... Roger
Zoe Voss ... Girl 1
Boz ... Boz
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Aubrey Belle ... Bar Extra
Lexi Bloom ... Bar Extra
Alyssa Branch ... Bar Extra
Freddy Fingers Freddy Fingers ... Bar Extra
Katie Kinns ... Bar Extra
Mona Sunoy Mona Sunoy ... Bar Extra
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Storyline

A shy and single man named David wants a relationship. When his new neighbor Jen's dog runs away, David's roommate's scheme to match David with his cute new neighbor by hiding the dog in the hopes that David will be a hero to Jen by suddenly finding her lost pooch. Written by Anonymous

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Taglines:

Love, sparked by a simple plan. See more »

Genres:

Adult | Comedy | Romance

Certificate:

X | See all certifications »

Parents Guide:

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Details

Official Sites:

Official site

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

28 February 2011 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Sex Pets See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

New Sensations Video See more »
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Technical Specs

Runtime:

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Trivia

The video game that Steve (Chad Alva) and Vicky (Kimberly Kane) are playing throughout the movie is Halo. See more »

Goofs

When Steve (Chad Alva) says "Shut up, you don't even know how hard it is to live this lifestyle", between the "Shut up" and "you don't even know how hard it is to live this lifestyle" the audio fades out for about 1 second. See more »

Quotes

Jen: [Frantically] My Bozly, He's gone! I've been going around asking all the neighbors and nobody's seen him.
David: Ok well uh, just- just calm- just calm down everything's going to be OK.
Jen: No! It's *not* OK! He's not just my baby, he's a valuable dog and somebody might have kidnapped him...
David: Fuck no,
Jen: [Continues in normal voice] But still- he's not a puppy anymore but he's only 4...
[Frantically]
Jen: But in dog year's that's like late 20's. Oh my gosh, I don't know what I'm gonna do.
David: Jennifer, I- uh...
Jen: What?
David: Uh ...
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Alternate Versions

Softcore version released under the title Sex Pets. See more »

Connections

Featured in Sex & Romance 2 (2014) See more »

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Mundane rom-com
10 October 2018 | by lor_See all my reviews

This early title in New Sensations' dalliance with Couple Romance features is well-acted but such lightweight material as to defy criticism. It's merely mediocre, serving its purpose in that once-vaunted (but now nearly defunct under a torrent of gonzo competition) porn genre that fed Pay-Cable with suitably bowdlerized softcore versions - in this case retitled clumsily as "Sex Pets".

The pet in questions is a cute doggy named Boz, who I foolishly thought would be the Black actor with a big dick after watching the credits. He is the catalyst for the action: when cute Allie Haze accidentally leaves her front door open an he runs off the porn comedy ensues.

Neighbor Xander Corvus is unfortunately living with a pair of slackers, Chad Alva and Kim Kane, who spend all their waking hours on the couch playing video games. Chad somehow convinces Corvus to hide the doggy when he finds him outside rather than returning him to neighbor Allie, in a vain effort to win her over romantically when he pretends to selflessly search for her missing pet.

That's the entire script development from one Mona Sunoy, who is among the extras in a bar scene that somehow merited screen credits for their non-roles. Of course the principals eventually fall in love, but getting there is tedious.

Opening scene completely wastes Zoe Voss in a nothing role as a callous one-night stand for Xander; she's the most talented cast member but director/cameraman Eddie Powell hasn't a clue about such things. Lexi Belle and Tony DeSergio (with oddly buzz cut hairdo) add little as the comic relief friends of Allie's character.


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