63

ReelViews

By James Berardinelli
Comes across as a lame wannabe - a romantic comedy that lacks the level of outrageousness necessary to elevate it about the countless trite entries into the bloated genre.
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50

The Globe and Mail (Toronto)

By Rick Groen
A mundane sitcom with feature pretensions, the kind where the comic "situation" is simply a coat-rack for hanging a rag-tag assortment of inflated sight gags and telegraphed punch lines.
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50

USA Today

By Susan Wloszczyna
The distractions are more satisfying than the romantic main course. [23 April 1999, Life, p.8E]
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40

Film Threat

Marceau's effervescence and graceful stature fill the screen wonderfully, even if its a stretch to see her go lip-to-lip with Spade.
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33

Entertainment Weekly

Long on smarm and short on charm.
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25

Christian Science Monitor

By David Sterritt
A lovestruck Californian kidnaps a neighbor's dog as a way of getting her attention.
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25

San Francisco Examiner

By Walter Addiego
An hour into the picture, Spade offers a pretty funny imitation of belter Neil Diamond, but it's a long 60 minutes for such a pitiful payoff.
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25

Chicago Tribune

By Mark Caro
Such a low-class, low-laughs rip-off that it makes "There's Something About Mary" resemble a Noel Coward comedy of manners. [23 April 1999, Friday, p.A]
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25

Chicago Sun-Times

By Roger Ebert
In asking us to believe David Spade as a romantic lead, it miscalculates beyond all reason.
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25

San Francisco Chronicle

By Mick LaSalle
Why was the sight of scrawny Woody Allen kissing pretty Diane Keaton never revolting, while scrawny David Spade kissing beautiful Sophie Marceau in Lost & Found is the creepiest cinematic sight of the year?
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19 out of 100
Generally unfavorable reviews
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