Forget Me Not 2011 NR CC

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It's graduation weekend, and Sandy Channing, the popular class president of her small-town high school, should be enjoying the time of her life. But when her friends start disappearing, Sandy discovers they have unwittingly awakened the vengeful spirit of a girl they wronged long ago. Fighting for her sanity and her life, Sandy must unlock a dark secret from her own past before it's too late.

Starring:
Cody Linley, Carly Schroeder
Runtime:
1 hour 44 minutes

Forget Me Not

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Product Details

Genres Thriller, Romance, Horror
Director Tyler Oliver
Starring Cody Linley, Carly Schroeder
Supporting actors Micah Alberti, Brie Gabrielle, Jillian Murray, Zachary Abel, Sean Wing, Chloe Bridges, Brittany Renee Finamore, Bella Thorne, Courtney Biggs, Barbara Bain, Dan Gauthier, Christopher Atkins, Julie Janney, Marc McTizic, Mark Kemble, Sam Endicott, Charles Dierkop, Alex Mauriello
Studio Phase 4 Films (USA)
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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Customer Reviews

It wasn't a bad movie, just not what I was expecting.
S. Benz
I thought the acting was pretty good and the plot kept me involved through the whole movie.
B. Ryan
The whole plot lacks cohesion and doesn't mesh well at all.
Bookworm936

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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Bindy Sue Frřnkünschtein TOP 1000 REVIEWER on August 1, 2011
Format: DVD
FORGET ME NOT is a tale about eight high school friends with a terrible secret. Sandy Channing (Carly Schroeder) seems to be the only one who notices that her friends are disappearing one-by-one in grisly "accidents". Of course, we know as well as Sandy that supernatural eeevil is at work! We know this due to the fact that each new victim is stalked and killed by a growing number of hideous ghouls, only to be erased from the memories of the survivors! Sandy must somehow solve this mystery before everyone is gone. Appearances are a bit deceiving, as the secret finally comes out. FORGET ME NOT is a great chiller w/ an above-average cast...
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9 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Karl P. Madsen on May 28, 2011
Format: DVD
Remember all your friends from school? Can you remember all the schoolmates you dated, partied with, cruised and hung out with? Or have you forgotten a few acquaintances? I'll look at a yearbook and my sister will have to remind me "You dated her in your sophomore year", or "You were best friends' senior year". But what if your friends start to disappear, time is altering, and no one remembers them except you. Strange, right?

That's what Sandy (Carly Schroeder - Lizzie McGuire) thinks in Forget Me Not, when her friends Jake (Micah Alberti - All My Children), Hannah (Brie Gabrielle - Hannah Montana), Lex (Jillian Murray - The Graves), Chad (Zachary Abel - The Secret Life of the American Teenager), TJ (Sean Wing - You Again), and Layla (Chloe Bridges - Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam) begin disappearing, one at a time.
It all begins when the group of friends, in a post graduation celebratory game of cemetery tag, includes a strange, nameless young lady, who, at the end of the game stands on the edge of a cliff and asks Sandy "Do you remember me?" before jumping. Soon after, her friends start to disappear and the timeline changes with nobody remembering the missing friends. Cue the flashbacks with a young Sandy (Courtney Briggs - The Gold Retrievers), and her friend from the orphanage Angela (Bella Thorne - Big Love) playing in the graveyard and picking flowers; forget-me-nots'. (I didn't see that one coming) Two events happen in the past that shape the events of the future. First Sandy brings her friends to play in the cemetery and Angela becomes jealous; and the friends play a prank on Angela in the graveyard one night that puts her in a coma six years before.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Eric Sanberg on August 4, 2011
Format: DVD
I would have liked to see this in better hands. It took nearly an hour before the story started to take shape and that's way too long for a flick like this.

Here's the scoop. A group of high school seniors, on the weekend of their graduation, are partying and decide to play a particular game in the local cemetery. A young girl appears, unannounced, and wants to join in. They let her. After that, bad things begin to happen to the group. I won't spoil the mechanics but it really was a pretty good idea.

The opening scenes are unremarkable. You meet these kids as they celebrate and party and booze it up and have sex. I had a difficult time keeping them straight and they were all too cute, shapely and good looking. The one girl's father is the town's head cop and I didn't believe him for a minute. I don't believe she would act like she did in front of her dad and I doubt he'd let her. As the girlfriends and boyfriends shifted their allegiances there were so many names tossed back and forth they melted into a murky pool. When I finally started to square them away is when the story started to take shape, but I was already getting antsy. Now the movie shifts into gear and you see, rather plainly, where things are headed. So now it's not as much a question of what's going to happen, but more a question of how. The creepified demon things that appear with increasing frequency throughout have been seen in any number of Japanese movies so there was nothing new there. The directing was hack level. The acting was OK. The production values in general were good enough.

This is a shame. It's a good idea for a story but it was handled poorly. And at an hour fourty three it needed some editing. Had they trimmed the set-up and been more original in various other aspects this could have been a heck of a ride.
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Michael Butts HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on June 12, 2011
Format: DVD
FORGET ME NOT is a rather original entry in today's prolific horror genre.
It's kaleidoscopic shift from fantasy to reality keeps you involved, although deep down you know where it's going.
Carly Schroder is very good as Sandy, a high school senior with a dark secret who believes a horrible spirit is offing her friends--without apparent reason--or IS there a reason. Director/co-writer T. Oliver keeps you guessing, accomplishing some eerie moments and drawing generally good performances from his young cast. Vets Dan Gauthier, Christopher Atkins and the always welcome Barbara Bain are on hand in small roles.
I liked the spastic wilhelm-scream spooks---they were pretty frightening.
At first I didn't like the movie's ending but after more thought, I think understand what went on.
Overall, FORGET ME NOT is a nice change of pace from some of today's more sadistic flicks--I recommend it.
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