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

Most people can hold their

breath for about 30 seconds.

I can hold mine for 99.

And Andy Walton

takes an early lead

against the Lane number two

swimmer, Clayton Stone.

See, 99 seconds is exactly

how long I needed

to win the district championship

in the 200 meter freestyle,

with Claire Broman, the girl

of my dreams, in the stands.

It's Andy Walton and Clayton

Stone neck and neck here today.

Yeah, Clayton!

Come on, Andy.

Come on.

Ladies and gentlemen,

Walton and Stone are

just one stroke apart

as we near the end

of the 200 meters.

I was on the brink of a college

scholarship and a whole new life.

Clayton Stone

seizes the championship

by one stroke from Andy Walton!

But in 99 seconds, all my

dreams came to a crashing end.

Things pretty much went

straight downhill after that.

Hey, sorry I'm late.

Hey, sucks about the race.

Okay, loser, whatever. You're

gonna hook us up, right?

Party at your

place after, right?


Okay. Meet me outside

in 60 seconds.

That was awesome.

Whoa, whoa, whoa.

Change of plans.

That kid right there in the hat.

Let's go, let's go,

come on, get in!


Don't be an ass, Ryan!

Open the door!

Go, go, go, let's go!

Hey, thanks for

the score, loser!

Truth be told, this wasn't the

first time I'd gotten busted.

It was the third this month.

Man, I was in for it.

You okay?

Mmm. Yeah.

The store's not

pressing charges,

provided it never happens again.

I can guarantee that.

You jeopardize your mom's job,

not to mention getting

me pulled off the line,

which you well know this family

cannot afford right now.

You need to learn

your place, Andy.

I don't have a place.

It's time.

What? No.

After this?

Maybe mark can go, too.

I don't know.

No, it's out of the question.

What's out of the question?

You're gonna go

see your uncle Trent.

Jim, you can't

just make this call.

Who is uncle Trent?

Trent, pick up.

I know you're there.

Come on, man, we need to talk.

It's about Andy.

What's this?


"To my son, Jim." What?

What are you doing

with my backpack?

It's got all my

tools in perfect order.

Not anymore.

Go back to bed.

Where are you going?

They think that they can send me

to stay with someone

that I've never even met.

I mean, do you even

know who this guy is?

Have you seen any pictures

of this uncle Trent?

It doesn't make any sense.

Well, screw that. I can hitchhike

100 miles before they even notice.

Be good.

No, Andy, you can't.

Mark, quiet, okay?

No. I'm tougher

than I look. I'll yell.

No, don't yell.

Mom! Dad!

Andy's running away!

- Andy! Stay right there!

- I'm coming down.


You're welcome.

So, there I was,

leaving a town and a school

that didn't want me,

and a family that didn't

seem to want me, either.

Little did I know the biggest race of

my life was just around the corner.

Is that him?

Yep, sure is.

Brought you some fish.

Can I hold it?

Yeah, well, it's heavy.


Hello, Andy.


uncle whoever-you-are.


Your uncle Trent.

Do you think you can manage

both boys for the weekend?



What? No!

There is no way!

Mark has

a serious ear condition.

He needs to avoid

water at all costs.

So, he can't swim at all?


It is bad enough I gotta

be trapped on this island.

You're gonna stick

me with mark, too?

Hey, come on.

- What?

- Listen to me.

I know you're pissed at me.

I want you to take

care of yourself,

and make sure you

watch over mark, okay?

Promise me you will wear

this all day, every day,

and never, ever take it off.

You know this is a mistake.

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