Saturday, 22 April 2017

Unforgettable: Review

Unforgettable: Review

Director:  Denise Di Novi
Writers:   Christina Hodson, David Leslie Johnson (screenplay) (as David Johnson)
Stars:       Rosario Dawson, Katherine Heigl, Geoff Stults

I saw this movie that forced me to do an early comeback to my blog. The name of the movie was Unforgettable which is so ironic because it was so forgettable it forced me to write about it as soon as possible otherwise I would not remember it.
I am not gonna spend too much time on it because let's face it, it's not worth it.

Normally I divide my reviews into sections of "GOOD", "BAD", and "THE FINAL WORD" but for this one, I am just gonna tell you guys what's bad about this movie, because there is nothing good about it.

I would like to start with the script. The script was so bad that at times I felt like they didn't have a script at all and just kinda rolled with it. it was confusing, it was rushed, it was bad.

Another thing I absolutely despised, and what bothered me throughout the movie was the little things that (I think) they did to make the things work out somehow. for example, Every time they leave the car they leave their phone behind in the car. I mean in this day and age who does that?
or in the scene where Rosario Dawson is trying to call 911 and Katherine Heigl cuts off the line and then she can't call! isn't it 2017? even in the movie all of them have iphones. 

The next is the final thing I would like to talk about is the fact that there is no build up whatsoever in the movie. eg, Katherine Heigl's character is kind of creepy, crazy in this movie and considering the fact that it was supposed to be a thriller, one would think that they would take their time revealing that but NO, she is crazy from the start and it kinda kills the whole point of a thriller.

This is supposed to be the part of the review where I tell you whether you should watch the movie or not. But I think you guys know that by now. So, yeah! avoid it even if they are paying you.

-Faisal Murad.

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