Lost and Found is a mildly amusing comedy (throwing out joke after joke where half fall absolutely flat and the half barely manage to stick) from David Spade who plays a restaurant owner that falls in love with his hot, cello-playing, French neighbor (Sophie Marceau). Spade comes up with a plan to kidnap her dog and then appear as though he has rescued the it, in order to gain her affection, but things become complicated when the dog eats his best friend's anniversary ring, the lead woman's ex-boyfriend comes back into the picture, and idol Artie Lange's bumbling nonsensical stuff gets in the way. Overall, the movie has a fun and more lighthearted appeal to it than previous (before 1999) Spade films throughout most of it. I was a little bummed to see them try and fit Spade with another fat sidekick, Artie Lange, who is funny in his own right, but is in NO WAY a suitable replacement for the late, great Chris Farley. Still, that's only a small complaint for an otherwise decent 90's movie.