Austin Found 2017 720p WEB-DL 800MB x264



Austin Found 2017 720p WEB-DL 800MB x264

Austin Found
2017 ‧ Drama film/Comedy ‧ 1h 35m
5.8/10IMDb20%Rotten Tomatoes
Hungry for fame and fortune, a woman conspires with a former boyfriend and an ex-con to kidnap her 11-year-old daughter for publicity.
Initial release: 7 July 2017 (USA)
Director: Will Raee

Movie Title: Austin Found (2017) Director: Will Raée Stars: Linda Cardellini, Skeet Ulrich, Jaime Pressly
Release Date: 7 July 2017 (USA) Genres: Comedy, Drama Format: MatRoska (Mkv) File Size: 800MB
Resolution: 1280×530  Runtime: 01:44:03 Language: English Subtitles: None
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If you feel as if your I.Q. goes down during the languorous month of July, “Austin Found” is aimed at you. Comedies don’t come much dumber.

Linda Cardellini of “Bloodline” and, a long time ago, “Freaks and Geeks” stars as Leanne, a domineering mother in Austin, Tex., who is trying to fulfill her own failed dreams of vacuous fame through Patty (Ursula Parker), her 11-year-old daughter. Patty, though, can’t seem to conquer the kiddie-pageant circuit that Leanne forces her into, and so, desperate for attention and money, Leanne concocts a scheme to have the girl abducted — just long enough for the family to become media darlings.

Skeet Ulrich is the former boyfriend she charms into doing the job, Jon Daly is Leanne’s hapless husband, and Kristen Schaal is a reporter who senses that something is fishy. The cast is surely capable of sharper comedy, but Will Raee, who directed, doesn’t get everyone on the same page. Ms. Cardellini and Ms. Schaal offer cardboard caricatures, while Mr. Ulrich, among others, plays it mostly straight.

Craig Robinson, as the reluctant sidekick to Mr. Ulrich’s character, has the film’s only genuine moments as he bonds with his young captive. Once he saw the chemistry between Mr. Robinson and Ms. Parker, Mr. Raee (who also wrote the story, with Brenna Graziano doing the screenplay) should have jettisoned his original idea and let those two take over the tale. Alas, he didn’t.