Lost and Found is a 1999 American film starring David Spade and Sophie Marceau directed by Jeff Pollack. Dylan Ramsey (Spade) is a restaurant owner who falls madly in love with his new neighbor Lila (Marceau). Lila is an acclaimed French cellist with the beauty a supermodel. Hoping to get her attention, Dylan kidnaps Lila's dog and goes on a hunt with her to find him. Dylan then decides to return the dog, but realizes that the pooch has swallowed his best friends diamond ring. He must then try and get the diamond ring out while not hurting the dog. The situation becomes even more complicated when Lila's ex-boyfriend Rene (Patrick Bruel) arrives to try and win her back. Also starring Martin Sheen, Jon Lovitz, Carole Cook, Frankie Muniz, Hal Sparks, and Neil Diamond, Lost and Found was a massive box-office failure and was regularly called one of the worst movies of 1999.