Set in a Tex-Mex border town, Not Forgotten is a classic psychological thriller about Jack and Amaya Bishop, a couple who must come to terms with their tortured pasts in order to save their kidnapped daughter. It is a tale taut with intrigue and steeped in Latino mysticism, where the line between what's real and what's imagined becomes hopelessly blurred.
Jack Bishop (Simon Baker) enjoys a quiet existence with his wife, Amaya (Paz Vega), and daughter, Toby (Chloë Grace Moretz). However, it soon is shattered when he and his wife must face their tortured pasts in order to save their kidnapped daughter. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Not Forgotten torrent reviews
(es) wrote: Seems like a lot of films out there want to copy the Bourne films, and this is almost a spin off of it. Storyline is, at best okay but didn't really tell much of anything until you got towards the end.
(fr) wrote: No booze there no homeless to feed the ducks so there are no ducks dog
(es) wrote: Corny. Poorly done. I lost count of how often this movie went to Stupidville, including at least three scenes with Stamos alone in with his sign at the governor's gate. If I were gay, I think I would find some of the stereotypes insulting and there are plenty of stupid straight stereotypes as well. Overall - lame with lame icing.
(gb) wrote: I was in this musical at my school and it was so much fun!!
(ag) wrote: "42 STUDENTS GOING TO WAR"- This 2003 sequel to the highly controversial Japanese 'Battle Royale' from 2000 by father and son Fukasaku. I absolutely loved the first movie, but feel kind of disappointed by this one. The main story is approximately the same: 42 students are forced to fight on an Island, but there's a catch: In the first hour of the movie you have the war themed attack of the students, that resembles the battle of Normandy. While the second part of 'Battle Royale II Requiem' deals with the rebellious last stand of the Wild Seven. The whole film has a 'terroristic' touch adding to the brutal violence that kills it for the fans of the first film. Too bad! Very interesting is the fact that we get to know what happened with survivors Shuya Nanahara and Noriko Nakagawa. I also like Shiori Kitano's quest for personal vengeance. Get ready for battle, 'cause this time it's war!Three years have passed since Shuya Nanagara and Noriko Nakagawa escaped the Battle Royale bloodbath on the island. Wanted by the authorities, Shuya has become the leader of a rebellious group called 'The Wild Seven'. After some terroristic attacks against grownups, he and his youthful followers (some victors of precious Battle Royale editions, others mere children) have taken a refuge on an abandoned island. In the mean time a troublesome class of teenagers from the Shikantoride High School has been kidnapped by the government and are introduced to a second Battle Royale Law. The 42 students (with a equal number of boys and girls) will have to fight the terrorists on the island and whoever kills Shuya Nanagara is allowed to stay alive. The teacher explains them they must fight or die. When one boy refuses to take part, he gets shot on the spot. Because every boy is paired up to a girl with the use of a special explosive collar, his female teammate dies as well. 40 remain...Armed as soldiers the class is send to the heavily guarded island, where they have 72 hours to eliminate their target. Only one of the students has a real motive to succeed: Shiori, the daughter of teacher Kitano who was killed by Shuya in the previous Battle Royale. Another bloodbath is about to take place...
(es) wrote: An orgy of miscalculations. Part rom-com, part quirky crime drama, part Rain Man, part soft-core porn. Tonally all over the map with a messy plot and goofy, inconsistent performances. I'll give it props for trying but that's also exactly why this is as terrible as it has been deemed.
(jp) wrote: Fun when I was a kid, but......wait, why did I like this movie again!?
(jp) wrote: I almost died this was so funny. Such a BAD movie...like awful. I loved it.
(br) wrote: As is sometimes the case with Hong Kong action comedies, I fear that some of the humor may have been lost in translation, so to speak. The action is sparse up until the end of the film, but Jackie's final fight and Sammo Hung's fencing sequence make this worth a look.
(gb) wrote: It's crazy, it's great!
(br) wrote: This film is fun well cast funny scary and has brilliant effects it's league of gentleman meets Straw Dogs in a good way.
(us) wrote: "Clint Eastwood" and "Science fiction" - these are not terms that are generally equated with each other. I found it odd for Eastwood to star in a film that takes place in outer space (let alone direct it), but the story works. Space is merely the setting for this film that is about friendship, redemption, and allows Eastwood to play that irritable character that has become synonymous with his acting. The story is rather formulaic but it allows the group of veteran actors to shine as they develop their characters. While I expected more from this cast list, the film offers fine performances by Tommy Lee Jones, Donald Sutherland, James Garner, and James Cromwell. My letdown is probably a result of my expectation for this to be a realistic space exploration film in the vein of "Gravity" or "Interstellar." As mentioned above, this is for of an old-man buddy movie than a space movie. "Space Cowboys" isn't Eastwood's finest film but it is certainly entertaining and worth watching.
(mx) wrote: A highly interesting psycho-thriller that challenges us to interpret its complex narrative and cryptic symbolism, even if the result is not exactly involving - and Carruth deserves a lot of credit for how he makes use of outstanding visual and auditory match cuts.