Lost and Found

Synopsis: A shy and single man named David wants a relationship. When his new neighbor Jen's dog runs away, David's roommate's scheme to match David with his cute new neighbor by hiding the dog in the hopes that David will be a hero to Jen by suddenly finding her lost pooch.
Genre: Adult, Comedy, Romance
Director(s): Eddie Powell
  1 win & 7 nominations.
118 min

You going somewhere?

Yeah, I gotta get up early in the morning.

You don't wanna stay the night?

John, can you help me zip this up?

My name is David.

It's nothing....personal. You're a decent guy.

I'll let myself out.

Hey, what up dude?

What happened to that hottie you brought here last night?

The usual.

Yeah, she left.

Nailed and bailed, huh?


God, you're such a pig!

Whatever. You just don't get it.

I'm just happy for the guy.

Yeah right. Good one.

She didn't even know my name.

Remember when I used to wake up next to chicks and not know their name?

Sometimes you forget my name.

Of course you didn't stay the night.



So what are you bitching about?

Cause I'm sick of these one night stands!

How often is this going to happen?

This eternal spiral I keep going down.

I wanna girl I can actually hang out with.

A girl I can play video games with.

You don't even play video games.

Yeah Vickie. That's besides the point.

I guess...

I guess it's not really Maggie, but...

I guess, I'm not really out there looking for "the one".

Uhh, uhh, I guess I'm looking, but...

I'm not...not really expecting to find her.

Well, maybe if you stopped looking in dive bars!

Well, it's the only place I'm comfortable talking to girls.

You get a few drinks in me and I,....

..loosen up. I'm never going to see them again, so I'm not gonna mess it up.

You know it....?

When it comes to a girl you really wanna...

...spend time with its like...

...something different.

You know what it is? I freeze up. I get nervous.

I start sweating. I'm afraid I'm gonna do the wrong thing; say the wrong thing.

...make the whole thing awkward. Just ruin the moment.

Epic fail, bro! Epic fail.

You just gotta get out of that comfort zone your in, man.

Get out of my comfort zone?


This coming from a guy who hasn't put on a pair of pants in 2 months.

Shut up! You don't even know how hard it is to live this lifestyle.

Oh my god, I'm sure it's so difficult.

I'm sure it'd be a lot more difficult if you didn't have a bunch of rich dead relatives.


Just because he's willfully unemployed...

...does not mean he doesn't work hard.

He's dating me.

Damn straight!

We're gonna find you a girl, David.

Don't strain yourself.



What about the neighbor?

You know the one with the cute dog. The one that David has a crush on?

I'm right here.

Oh, wait, not the dog...the girl.

Thanks for pointing that out.

I got that.

Never mind. Hey David...


Will you get..uh...will you go get the newspaper?

Will you go get the newspaper?

Cause, I don't want to miss this level.

It's level 30, and we're gonna get wings. Will you go get it?

Oh! Fine.

Anything else?

The paper.

Boz. Boz, where are you?



Boz. Walking your dog, huh?

More like he's walking me.

Hi. I'm Jen.

I'm John...

...Uh, I'm David. My name's David.


Guess I'll see you around then, David.

Yeah! See you. See you around.

I'm John!?!

What the hell is wrong with me?

Hey Meg. I was just thinking about calling you.

Oh my god! Me too!

And then I did, because I know exactly what you need right now.

Retail therapy!

I'm not going shopping.

Why not? I thought you said you moved to LA to stop moping around and get on with your life.

That and to be close to me and my AWESOMENESS!

And the whole moving on thing too.

Whatever. So you ready? You wanna go?

I have too much unpacking to do.

Then don't. Fill your closets with new stuff.

Come on. It will be good for you to get out and meet other people.

I just talked to someone.

A neighbor. We had a perfectly normal conversation.

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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