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Lost and Found
(1999)
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(April, 1999)
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Buy it... only if you are the world's most absolute, #1 John Debney fan and have no other goal in life than to collect all of his promotional releases.

Avoid it... if Debney's competent, but anonymous and predictable writing for light comedies and romances borders on being frustratingly pointless for you.
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FILMTRACKS TRAFFIC RANK: #1,309
WRITTEN 8/24/99, REVISED 4/7/07
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Lost and Found: (John Debney) With studio inspiration from There's Something About Mary and the requirement that audiences actually believe that David Spade could play a romantic lead in a somewhat responsible role, it's hard to imagine who on earth thought Lost and Found would be a success. It was thankfully a flop for Warner Brothers, proving that the truly terrible script should have been nailed to a cross and displayed outside the studio to discourage others from submitting or accepting similar trash. The premise of the plot involves Spade as a restaurant owner (with completely unrealistic behavior for the role) who lives in an apartment complex where old ladies play strip poker. He falls in love with a neighboring, French cellist --what was Sophie Marceau thinking?-- and decides to win her affections by stealing her adorable little dog and letting the woman panic just long enough before returning it to her and playing the role of hero. Yeah, what a dick. Time for Marceau to slip again into the roll of Bond villain and cut off his testicles. But alas, the film actually took itself seriously, and to that end it was mocked and ridiculed into obscurity. It is precisely this kind of questionable, cliched film that composer John Debney has made a career out of scoring. His start to 1999 was all the evidence necessary to prove that point, writing music for My Favorite Martian, Inspector Gadget, Lost and Found, and Dick all within a few months. He would salvage his year by beginning his transition to major action and horror scores with End of Days in the last month of 1999. His music for Lost and Found would be a middle-of-the-road entry in the year, playing it much safer than any of the aforementioned scores. It's because of this total anonymity that Debney's succeeds so well in the industry, just pumping out these mundane scores, and Lost and Found is as predictable as they come.



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Average: 2.63 Stars
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TRACK LISTINGS AND AUDIO
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Total Time: 26:18
• 1. Walk in the Park (1:35)
• 2. Best Laid Plans (1:08)
• 3. Reward Posters (1:42)
• 4. Lila's Dream (1:26)
• 5. Jack Wants to Play (1:00)
• 6. Jack Swallows the Ring (1:26)
• 7. Broken Hearts (3:30)
• 8. Devious Behaviour (0:23)
• 9. Looking for Jack (0:45)
• 10. Rene Arrives (1:26)
• 11. Lila Decides (0:32)
• 12. Handing Out Flyers (0:32)
• 13. A Surprise for Lila (2:21)
• 14. Lost and Found Main Titles (1:22)
• 15. A Day in the Park (1:30)
• 16. Hiding Jack the Dog (0:33)
• 17. Party Preparations (0:34)
• 18. The Kiss/Rene Gets His (3:55)

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