Forget Me Not

 73%

of critics liked it

54%

of users liked it

In theaters Mar 01, 2011
R, 1 hr. 30 min.

Movie Info

Synopsis: Taking place over twenty four hours, the story centres on Will Fletcher, a passionate musician, and Eve Fisher, a beautiful, free-spirited woman who works in the local bar. Whilst struggling to cope
Director: Alexander Holt, Lance Roehrig
Rated: R
Running Time: 1 hr. 30 min.
Genre: Romance
Theater Release: Mar 01, 2011
DVD Release: May 17, 2011

Critic Reviews

  • Ambitious it ain't, but Forget Me Not is a modest, memorable and rather moving slice of DIY cinema. More...
  • The ending of "Forget Me Not" conceals an emotional impact, sad and carefully orchestrated, but the film isn't very compelling. More...
  • A pleasant if slender affair. More...
  • A surprisingly affecting experience. More...
  • Menzies and O'Reilly crackle when the script gets out of their way, and a bad imitation of Before Sunrise is better than most of what passes for a romance film these days. More...
  • For long periods its boy-'n'-girl-on-a-metropolitan-wander merely serves to make Richard Linklater's diptych Before Sunrise and Before Sunset look even more accomplished. More...
  • As well as the actors play, everything depends on the screenplay, and Mark Underwood's writing doesn't quite swing it. More...
  • Access to a little more time and money would have solved one or two problems, but there's a rough-hewn charm and clumsiness here that's invigorating. More...
  • Reminiscent of all-night encounter movies like Before Sunrise or In Search of a Midnight Kiss, this British drama has a terrific blast of honest humour and sharp music to undercut its somewhat sad tone. More...
  • A little heavy handed to stand close comparison with cinematic influences like Richard Linklater's romantic diptych, Before Sunrise/Set, there's still plenty of fun to be had in exploring the streets of London with the likable pair. More...

User Reviews

  • Directed by Alexander Holt & Lance Roehrig, Quicksilver Films, 2010 Starring: Tobias Menzies, Genevieve O'Reilly and Gemma Jones Genre: Romance...
  • 80% on the tomato meter? Bulllshittt. This movie sucked big time. The movie is about a girl who meets this orphan and they play a game in the...
  • I had been waiting a really long time to see this movie. It was an indie release that took almost 2 years to come out on DVD, but it finally did and I...
  • Although clearly influenced by the far superior brilliant Linklater's films Before Sunrise/Sunset, the aftertaste is not as sweet. There are darker...