The Forgotten Reviews

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October 26, 2004
O que tinha tudo para se transformar em um thriller psicológico de primeira acabou assumindo a forma de um filme B pouco inspirado.
October 25, 2004
Cool idea. Realized pretty darned well, with some faults. In the "M. Night Shyamalan" genre.
October 24, 2004
The film never grabs the audience...
October 24, 2004
[W]hy dramatize your premise when you can blow the windows out of an abandoned warehouse instead?
October 20, 2004
October 20, 2004
The set-up is promising but it crashes and burns when the film turns into a bad episode of The X-Files
October 19, 2004
has a penchant for getting at gooey sentiment through the fantastical
October 19, 2004
October 16, 2004
The filmmakers have their characters screaming and running for their lives, and it becomes exceedingly hard to figure out or even care why.
October 16, 2004
Satisfying explanations of the whys, whats, and whos are missing. Yet this 'X-Files' type thriller has its moments.
October 11, 2004
Forced to fess up, a G-man tells Moore, 'The truth won't fit in your brain.' That may be, but I doubt it took up much room in writer Gerald DiPego's brain.
October 8, 2004
More stilted and manipulative than any of M. Night Shyamalan's films. All that's missing is a scene with Moore sculpting geological landmarks out of mashed potatoes.
October 6, 2004
The art direction is shoddy and sparing, the antagonists more laughable than menacing, the ending more PG than Full House. Amnesia never sounded more appealing.
October 6, 2004
Stylish, moody, gripping and utterly nonsensical--what else do you expect from the director of Sleeping With the Enemy and the writer of Instinct?
October 6, 2004
There isn't much here any semi-regular viewer of The X-Files hasn't already seen a dozen times before.
October 6, 2004
There's no excuse for a big budget Hollywood production having as many holes and loose ends as this one.
October 6, 2004
With some improvements in tone and philosophy, would have made a good hour-long episode of Star Trek
October 6, 2004
Screenwriter Gerald Di Pegoto...[is] like a child caught in a fib, trying to wriggle out of his predicament by cooking up ever more extravagant fantasies.
October 5, 2004
What begins as an unsettling psychological thriller eventually morphs into a sci-fi curio that becomes less intriguing as it plays out.
October 4, 2004
The first major rip-off of The Sixth Sense.
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