Forget Me Not Reviews
Director: Tyler Oliver
Genre (guess if you're not sure): Horror
Star Rating (out of 5): **** 4
It's graduation weekend, and Sandy Channing, the popular class president of her little high school, should be enjoying the time of her life. But when her friends start disappearing, Sandy discovers they have awakened the gruesome spirit of a girl they had harmed long ago. Fighting for her sanity, Sandy must unlock a dark secret from her own past before it's too late.
The theme of the story is just to simply entertain. It?s a thrill seeking movie and makes you want to continuously jump out of your seat. The director portrays this theme in many different ways. The intentional demon like creatures jump out at you making a 3D effect that scares you.
The technical elements include good and bad features. The producers and or director seemed to have some technical difficulties due to the appearance of the demon like figures throughout the movie. These figures would appear to be very cheesy and unrealistic towards the viewer. They seemed almost robot like in the way that they moved.
In my opinion, you should definitely see this movie if you are into horror movies. It is a great thrill seeker, leaving the viewer in great suspense. The ending may disappoint you, but it is surely unpredictable. As I said above, there may have been some difficulties with the special effects, except it was made in 2009, so they didn't have the techniques and machines that we have now. Also, i gave this movie a rating of 4 out of 5 stars. I did this because of the ?cliffhanger? ending and poor special effects. But, the movie was awesome overall. the plot was amazingly thought out because it beautifully left you hanging on many parts, it makes you critically think about each situation. The movie had many flashbacks that bring you to the realization of the present moment in the movie. These flashbacks make you feel as if you are part of Sandy?s, the main characters, past. I certainly recommend seeing this movie if you ever want to jum out of your seat, you can watch this movie on Netflix.
-ME, 8th Grade Student