Lost & Found

Theatrical Release: January 6, 2017
DVD Release: January 10, 2017
Lost & Found


Limited Theatrical Release – Sent to spend the summer with their uncle on a remote island, young brothers Andy and Mark learn that their eccentric grandfather once owned the island, but vanished without a trace…taking with him the secret to a vast fortune.

Delving into the mysterious past of the island, the brothers discover that their grandfather designed a complex treasure hunt, a hunt that could lead to unimaginable wealth and heal their broken family – if they can find it in time. Sinister forces also search for the money and will stop at nothing to keep the boys from their quest.

As the adventure unfolds, the boys learn that the bonds of family are the most valuable riches of all, and that some family secrets can’t stay buried forever.

Dove Review

Mark Walton is a swimmer and when he loses the meet, his so-called friends ditch him. When he gets caught stealing beer for the kids, they escape, and his punishment is being sent to live with an uncle he’s never met.

His little brother Mark also goes to the Island, and together the boys discover many things about the island—and their family. They learn that the island once belonged to their family and their grandfather disappeared, leaving a treasure that no one has been able to find. Plus, they discover a family secret. There is also a desperate man that wants it all and will do anything to get the island and wealth that comes with it.

The boys team up to look for clues to find the family fortune, but along the way there are some dangerous things that may get in the way. The movie is an adventurous mystery you will not want to miss—a story of intrigue, treasure hunt, puzzles, bad guys and secrets. We are proud to award the Dove Family-Approved Seal for ages 12-plus.

Content Description

Sex: Couples kiss; boy stares at girl.
Language: Name-calling such as stupid, loser, deadbeat and twerp; crap-2; p.ssed-1; heck-1; OG/OMG- 3; thank God is said once; bad guy is told to "go to H.ll-1" but this is said as an emphatic "no".
Violence: Young man runs shopping cart into stack of pop and steals beer but gets caught after friends lock him out of truck; man comes behind young man at night and threatens to shoot him, ties up young man; man is trying to cheat family out of their island; boy falls in a hole; lobster bites boy and mild blood is seen; young man tries to steal necklace but is caught; man threatens another with knife; man confesses about killing people; man shoots another man; man threatens brothers; boy is pushed by man into the water; man and young man fall into water and bad man drowns.
Drugs: Many scenes of man drinking; man is called an alcoholic.
Nudity: Mild cleavage; young lady in short shorts and a bikini top.
Other: Boy is going to run away; young man is rude to uncle; man playing poker with young boys; keeping family secrets from other family members; siblings argue; discussion regarding losing family home in a poker game; boy finds out his uncle is not who the boy thought he was.


Company: Sure Crossing Films
Director: Joseph Itaya
Genre: Adventure
Runtime: 90 min.
Industry Rating: PG
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe