Unforgettable :- Watch Unforgettable on Youtube on Fire,”Unforgettable” is a fairly predictable, but well-crafted dramatic thriller. It’s fun in the way that a roller coaster ride is fun. There’s a slow but steady increase in tension and anticipation as you move forward. Even if you haven’t been on this particular ride before, you have a pretty good idea of what awaits you, but the journey to get there and the thrills that you experience can still be pretty enjoyable. This movie’s writers, Christina Hodson (“Shut In”) and David Johnson (“The Orphan”, “The Conjuring 2”), give us characters and situations which are believable and effectively build towards a dramatic resolution. The script, along with the solid work of Denise Di Novi, the long-time producer (“Edward Scissorhands”, “The Nightmare Before Christmas”, “A Walk to Remember”, “Crazy, Stupid, Love”., “Danny Collins”) and first-time feature director, give us a movie which feels like a throwback to the crazy jilted lover movies of the 90s (such as “Fatal Attraction”), but adapts the format well to the modern world. The movie is well-cast and the actors are very strong, especially Dawson and Stults, who have good chemistry, feel authentic and command the screen (and Heigl makes a heck of a villain). “Unforgettable” may not quite live up to its title, but it still manages to be an engaging and entertaining genre movie that should help lift the careers of relative feature film newcomers Rice, Kassianides and Stults to even greater heights.Tessa and Julia are both emotionally damaged, but while Julia is fighting to break free from her past, Tessa has allowed hers to consume her. Julia had been violently abused by a former lover named Michael (Simon Kassianides), but moving in with David is giving her a real chance to reboot her life, just as her restraining order against Michael is expiring. But Julia has not told David about that part of her past, instead focusing on doing right by David and Lilly in the present (although Lilly is slow to warm up to Julia). Tessa is the personification of the old apple-tree metaphor, when it comes to her mother (Cheryl Ladd), and has become warped to such an extent that she slyly works to undermine David’s relationships with Lilly and with Julia. When Tessa steals Julia’s iPhone and finds a way to break into it, the plot becomes a case study in identity theft and the hell that can be unleashed by a woman scorned.
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Release: 21 April 2017 (USA)
IMDB Rating: 4.6/10
Director: Denise Di Novi
Stars: Rosario Dawson, Katherine Heigl, Geoff Stults