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JANUARY 28, 2012 12:18AM

The Forgotten

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The Forgotten
My rating: 5 stars

Average of 1,872,577 ratings:

3.3 stars

The Forgotten

 

 

2004PG-1391 minutes

A desperate mother tries to prove the existence of her missing child in this chilling psychological thriller. Reeling from the loss of her 8-year-old son, she seeks counsel from a therapist -- who claims the boy was a figment of her imagination.

Cast:Julianne Moore, Dominic West, Gary Sinise, Anthony Edwards, Linus Roache, Jessica Hecht, Alfre Woodard, Robert Wisdom, Ken Abraham, Lee Tergesen, Christopher Kovaleski
Director:Joseph Ruben

 


My Review

 

I have watched this 3 times.  Each time forgetting why they "forgot".  The movie is a direct hit on maternal instinct. 
You know that thing that keeps infants alive and thriving but all but does the female parent in.  Maternal Instinct...ahh...what can one say.  I would not forget my child if I had one.   I would fight every bit as hard to keep my child a part of me, even if it is in thought.

This movie is great because it has a wonderful cast, a constant moving and evolving plot and adorable children and a psycho for good measure.  This will be a movie you will purchase, that is how often you will want to watch it. 

 

 

 

 

 

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