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

that generations and

generations of families

could live off of.

This was our island.

So, what happened?

Time for bed.

Come on, what happened?

I don't know.

No one knows.

They found my

father's boat drifting,

and I never saw him again.

You're saying that we,

the Walton family,

we used to have millions,

and now it's gone?

And you, you've never even

bothered to look for it.

Yeah, I did.

Of course, I did.

Well, then where's the money?

It's here.


I don't know.

Had to let it go.

Are you serious?


And you gotta let it go, kid.

Don't worry.

He'll be back, eventually.

Ever see a compass lock?

Have I ever?

Watch and learn.

So, was grandpa

really a millionaire?

He was a lot more than that.

He was a code breaker

during world war ii.

He loved his secrets.

Made the most amazing treasure

hunts for us on our birthday.

I remember the last big hunt.

We actually got to use

a real decoder from the war.

The last hunt, it took us three

days to find our presents.

Three whole days.


Stupid uncle.


Move, and I put a hole in you.

Look, I'm sorry.

I said, don't move!

On your knees. And put your

hands where I can see 'em.

What's your name, boy?

Look, just chill, all right?


I'm Andrew Walton.

I'm Trent Walton's nephew.

The guy who owns

the tackle shop!

I know who he is,

and now I know who you are.

You ain't the first Walton to go

after your granddaddy's treasure.

But I catch you again, I'll

make sure you're the last.

Yeah, whatever, man.

Have a nice nature walk?

It's here. He just didn't

know where to look for it.

Probably because he never

found grandpa's treasure map.

What'd you say?

Uncle Trent told me all about

it while you were gone.

Why are you wearing

your life preserver?

'Cause mom told me to.

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