Forgetting the Girl


Action / Drama / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 71%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 62%
IMDb Rating 5.2 10 925


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Anna Camp as Adrienne Gilcrest
Paul Sparks as Tanner
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1hr 25 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by gavin6942 7 / 10

An Unusual Story

Haunted by a traumatic history, photographer Kevin Wolfe (Christopher Denham) struggles to systematically forget all his bad memories, but erasing his past threatens to consume his future.

You know, there have been half unicorn, half Pegasus ideas for a long, long time... not least of which is "My Little Pony".

I watched this film thinking it would be a horror picture. Turns out it really is not... at all. There is one brief gore moment, but overall the focus is on a man's failure to maintain long-term relationships... and then how he forgets them.

The film is beautifully shot, and oddly engrossing. While I could not really recommend it, there was nothing to dislike either... and it was quite a piece of art.

Reviewed by Jesse Boland 7 / 10

The only way to let go for some people its to simply forget, how far do you take that though?

I don't know if I am just expecting more, but this movie just doesn't quite do it. The director really does a great job of getting the reaction shots down, you can see in the faces of all of the cast exactly what the story needs so on that alone this is a very well made film. It just looks so cheap, and webisode like though, and the lead just isn't quite convincing, but I guess the industry sets it's own scale. I did not Enjoy what was delivered to me in the end, and I can not recommend this movie, but if you like artsy pretentious movies then you may have found your new favorite. Really slow, and lost to put is in a nut shell. If you are looking for a flashy puffy happy movie, then this is not it.

Reviewed by Larry Silverstein 1 / 10

Forgetting the Film

Not knowing what to expect initially, I thought this was going to be a movie with awkward and strained dialog along with creepy characters, and that I could predict which way it was going to go. Boy, was I wrong. I'm no prude when it comes to this type of movie, but I felt the filmmakers really crossed the line here. The film took an extremely dark and twisted turn, which I can only say repulsed me to no end. Now I'd like to forget the film.

Christopher Denham stars as Kevin, a head-shot photographer of aspiring models and actresses. He comes from a very troubled family background, and apparently because of this he addictively asks every beautiful woman he photographs to go out with him. Rejected almost always, he every once in a while will get a woman to say yes, but even then he finds a way to always say the totally wrong thing and ruin it.

His assistant Jamie Lindsay (Lindsay Beamish) is obsessed with Kevin and seemingly loves him, although she hasn't told him how she feels. She has extremely low self-esteem, is depressed and at times appears suicidal, and even stalks and follows Kevin when he goes out on a date.

As mentioned, if this is not sad enough the movie takes a very "sick" and demented turn which left me squirming in my chair, and hoping it would end quickly. I can see certainly not everyone feels this way, but this is the way this film struck me.


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