Austin Found

Synopsis: A woman who is fed up with her mundane lifestyle hatches a scheme to make her family instant celebrities, but not everything goes as planned as her wild tempered ex-boyfriend starts to lose it.
Genre: Comedy, Drama
Director(s): Will Raée
Production: DIRECTV
Rotten Tomatoes:
104 min

Mom, please.

It's so embarrassing.

I'm always left out of the fun.

Baby, I don't want you

to throw away your future

on a dumb, little party.

Look, I know it stinks,

but I wish my momma

would have pushed me harder.

Oh, you have jazz

and ballet tomorrow.

I'm going to drop you

off before I go to work.

I love you.

- See you in the morning.

- Goodnight, mom.

Goodnight, baby.

This one declined, too.


You know what,

I'll just write a check.

Actually we don't accept checks

from you anymore.

It's $25 after they bounce.

Come on, Kandy,

cut me some slack.

I really wish I could, Leanne,

but if we don't get

Patty's tuition in full,

she can't start her

new classes next week.

And we all love Patty,

so I really hope you can

figure something out.

All right, you know what,

I wanted the airline points,

but whatever,

just put it on this.

That's a coffee card.

Just take it.


You know I'm late for work,

so I will grab that

when I bring Patty for class.

Thank you! Bye, Donna.

Shit, shit, shit,

shit, shit! F*ck!

Where have you been?

I got here as soon as I could

I had to deal with

Patty's choreography,

- Leanne.

- Hi.

I swear if you're even

10 seconds late again,

you're out.

Jose, my car wouldn't start,

and then it got all smokey,

- and I couldn't see anything.

- Not interested.

Nice try.


your next client is here.

She's been waiting.

Let me get her.

Please tell me

this isn't happening.

This is our fabulous

makeup artist, Leanne.

Leanne milling!

Oh, my god!

Shut up! Crystal Clemens?

I know!

I don't think I've seen you

since our Avon days.

Time just flies

right past, right?

It sure does,

but you look just

as good as ever.

Oh, shut up, really?

Are you kidding me,

you're still a beauty queen.

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