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

Plus it's cozy.

What exactly did

Trent tell you, mark?

Just that grandpa liked secrets.

He would make

dad and uncle Trent

go on treasure hunts

to find their presents.

It's all starting to make sense.

He wanted them to go

on one last hunt together.

So, we're going on

the hunt instead?

Not we. Me.

Oh, come on.

Every don Quixote

needs a Sancho Panza.

You are such a nerd.

Uncle Trent says it's as

good as gone anyways.

You know what? Uncle Trent

had his chance, okay?

But it is my turn now,

and I'm not gonna be poor

for the rest of my life.

The old man's fortune is real.

It's on this island,

and I'm gonna find it.

"To my son, Jim.

"Unfair and unkind

that soon we must part,

"but beginnings are endings,

and endings are beginnings.

"Be ready, for at these

crossroads, I await discovery.

"Seek your reward where

the gift of time awaits."

"Gift of time"?

The gift of time.

What are you doing?

You scared me.

It's late, man, go to bed.

We got a big day tomorrow.

That's disgusting.

You're disgusting.

You're disgusting.

Hello. Maybe this island's

not so bad after all.

Turn around, turn around.

Just gotta set up a little

accidental meet and greet.

A little

"hey, how are you?"

Why don't you

just go talk to her?

Look, you don't

even like women, okay?

You probably never will, so...

I like women.


I just don't see

what the big deal is.

Just ask her to get

ice-cream, or something.

Ice-cream? Are you...

Everybody loves ice-cream.

Okay, if you need

to know something,

you need to know that chicks

don't like ice-cream.

They think it makes them fat.



So, what are you doing here?

Oh. Uh, yeah, easy.

I got busted. So, my parents

sent me to stay with my uncle.

I mean, do you remember? I

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