The Forgotten - 9/24
Release Date: 9/24/2004 Sci-Fi, Thriller Rated: PG-13 Runtime: 1 hr 31 mins
Cast: Julianne Moore , Dominic West , Alfre Woodard, Linus Roache, Anthony Edwards
Telly Paretta is tormented by the memory of her eight-year-old son Sam's death in a plane crash 14 months ago. While trying to work through her grief, and her subsequent estrangement from her husband Jim, she is informed by her psychiatrist, Dr. Munce, that she is suffering from delusions, that her son never existed and she is fabricating his memories. Stunned, she tries to find evidence of Sam's existence. But it has all disappeared.Telly is convinced she is going mad until she meets Ash Correll, the father of one of the other plane crash victims. Together, they embark on a search to prove the existence of their children and reclaim their sanity.
Director: Joseph Ruben , Anastas Michos
Wondering what the twist is to this one?
I'm really looking forward to this one. I even thought it was premiering last week, and I was dissappointed when I found out it wasn't showing yet.
I agree , Wolf.
I think this one looks very good.
I heard that there are about 6 decent jolts in this movie.
I've really been looking forward to this movie. I'm going to see it tomorrow with some friends for my birthday. Woo hoo! I'll be sure to report back. :)
Uh oh, the local paper this morning reviewed it as a bomb.
I really liked this movie. The beginning was a bit slow, but it got really good when things started to pick up. I jumped so many times in the movie. I mean, one time...my arms went crazy with my joltage. Everyone's gotta check this one out. :up
Thanks for your review, Mike.
Since the papers are giving it bad reviews, I was waiting for other people to comment on it before going to see it. I'll probably go see it since Mike gave it a thumbs up. :up
I saw this yesterday. I liked it but have mixed feelings. Good jolts. but there's a point (and I don't want to give anything away) where things get weird and they kinda lost me as far as loving it (which I had until that point). An ending car make or break a book or movie and it rather breaks this one. I still liked it but again - mixed feelings.
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