Lost & Found

Synopsis: Sent to spend the summer on a remote and mysterious island, brothers embark on a thrilling treasure hunt to restore their family's lost fortune.
90 min

Bye, mom! Bye, dad! I love you!

Okay, jump out and

tie us off, will you?

Okay, boys, there's only

one rule on this island.

That is any time you go anywhere

near the water, wear a vest.

When the currents

are bad, you'll feel

like you're being

flushed down the toilet.

"Walton island"?

Is that us?

Once upon a time.

Why are they taking it down?


What are you doing?

We got two months.

So, they're changing

the name of our island?

You can do that?

Pay off the right people,

you can do anything.

Come on, let's take a picture.

Keep it up.

That's the way

we should've come.

Who is that?



Is there a town?

Yep, about a mile away.

Hey, what's that over

there on the West Side?


What do you mean "nothing"?

You've lived on this island your whole

life. You don't know what that is?

I just told you what it is.

It's nothing.

Stash your gear,

and when I get back,

I wanna show you how to

wrap some fish guts.


Is this bad?


I'm all in.


Not good enough.

Oh! Busted.


I'll show you how to

make one, if you want.

You write a little note, shove

it in there with the ship,

and you launch it out to sea.

Let me get this straight.

You just write

these little letters,

build these little ships

and throw 'em all away?

Gotta do something with

these bottles, don't I?

So, enlighten me, Trent, since this

whole island is named after us,

we probably weren't always

broke like we are now.

Bingo. You win.

We were rich.

Now, see, you're

gonna have to elaborate

'cause I only know what

it's like to grow up poor.

I mean, you and my dad

were just, I don't know,

go out to restaurants and eat

every night sort of rich?

Like what?

No, no, not like that.

Dynasty rich.

The kind of wealth

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