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The Forgotten : The Movie

This is a great film for a sequel.  There are many loose ends and many unanswered questions. The movie centers around a mother who lost a son, or at least she was led to believe her son was killed in a plane crash.    BestSyndicaton.com
Julianne Moore in
The Forgotten

Amazon.com Review
With a plot that might've been lifted from The X-Files, nothing is quite what it seems in The Forgotten, a psychological conspiracy thriller with Julianne Moore doing fine work as a grieving mother whose nine-year-old son was killed in a plane crash. At least, that's what she's been led to believe, but when even her husband (Anthony Edwards) tries to convince her that she's delusional and never had a child, things start to get very spooky indeed. Dominic West (from HBO's superb series The Wire) plays a similarly traumatized father, and when they witness some very strange events--and a mysterious man (Linus Roache) who might be indestructible--this glorified B-movie potboiler directed by Joseph Ruben (best known for Dreamscape and The Stepfather) turns into a preposterous but entertaining trip into The Twilight Zone territory. Featuring Alfre Woodard as an intuitive New York detective and Gary Sinise as a seemingly sympathetic psychiatrist, The Forgotten offers adequate shocks and an intriguing, otherworldly study of tenacious parental instinct. It deserved its mixed reviews, but it's a fun spook-fest for rainy-day viewing. --Jeff Shannon --This text refers to the Theatrical Release edition.

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Full Synopsis
A grieving woman must make a journey into her past in this psychological thriller. Telly Paretta (Julianne Moore) is a mother who is struggling to put her life back together after the unexpected death of her eight-year-old son. Telly begins seeing a therapist (Gary Sinise) who offers a startling diagnosis -- that her son never really existed, and all her memories of the child are products of her imagination. When Telly meets a man with a strangely similar story to tell about his lost child (Dominic West), she becomes convinced that her doctor is wrong, and sets out to prove the existence of her child -- and that she isn't insane. The Forgotten also feature Alfre Woodard and Anthony Edwards. ~ Mark Deming, All Movie Guide

Product Features Original theatrical cut plus a never-before-seen extended cut with deleted scenes and an alternate ending Director and writer commentary Deleted scenes On the Set: The Making of The Forgotten Alternate ending "Remembering The Forgotten" - a deeper look into the minds behind the making of the film

- Telly
- Ash
- Dr. Jack Munce
- Anne Pope
- A Friendly Man
- Carl Dayton

- Eliot
- Jim

 

 

Julianne Moore
Name :Julianne Moore Birth Date December 3, 1961 in Fayetteville, North Carolina, USA

Birth Name : Julie Anne Smith

Height : 5' 5
Education : Boston University in Boston, Massachusetts (majored in Drama; graduated; BFA)
School of Fine Arts (graduated; BFA)
Nationality : American
Occupation : Actress
Claim to fame : Played dual role of Frannie and her look-alike half-sister Sabrina on as the World Turns (1985-1988

Julianne was born December 3, 1960, at Fort Brag in Fayetteville, North Carolina. She is the daughter of a military judge, her father, and psychiatric social worker mother. Julianne recalls, "In grade school, I was a complete geek. You know, there's always the kid who's too short, the kid who wears glasses, the kid who's not athletic. Well, I was all three." As an Army brat, Julianne moved constantly as a child, with twenty three homes before she settled in Boston. Julianne graduated from Boston University where she earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree. After graduation, Julianne headed off to New York, where she appeared in a number of late-'80's off Broadway plays. She then branched out into television with a short term part on the soap opera "The Edge of Night" which lead to a 3 year stint on "As The World Turns", for which she earned a daytime Emmy. Julianne made her first leap to the big screen with 1990's "Tales from the Darkside: The Movie".

Moore's first minor coup on the small screen came in the form of a supporting role as Valerie Bertinelli's friend in the 1987 prime-time mini-series Judith Krantz's I'll Take Manhattan. A subsequent string of forgotten TV movies — Money, Power, Murder, The Last To Go, Cast a Deadly Spell, Lovecraft — certainly benefited from her striking presence, but they did little in return to boost her career. Moore's feature debut as the victim of a mummy in the deplorable Tales From the Darkside: The Movie (1990) also failed to raise her prominence in Hollywood, but she fared significantly better as the salon-coifed, outspoken real estate agent friend of Anabella Sciorra who meets a grisly greenhouse demise in the 1992 thriller The Hand That Rocks the Cradle. Things were looking up significantly the following year: she played a fleeting, but pivotal, role in the Harrison Ford-Tommy Lee Jones blockbuster The Fugitive; she shouldered the thankless burden of playing Willem Dafoe's wife in the execrable Body of Evidence; and she stole the show as the waitress girlfriend of Aidan Quinn in the endearing fable Benny & Joon. In Robert Altman's Short Cuts, Moore startled audiences with one of 1993's most talked-about scenes: in the role of Matthew Modine's artist-wife, she delivers a feisty monologue while standing before him — and us — in the nude from the waist down. She capped off the banner year by appearing opposite Al Pacino in a workshop production of Strindberg's The Father.
 

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Trust the Man (2005)
Savage Grace (2005)
The Prize Winner Of Defiance, Ohio (2005)
The Forgotten (2004)
Marie and Bruce (2004)
Laws of Attraction (2004)
The Hours (2003)
Far From Heaven (2002)
The Shipping News (2002)
World Traveler (2001)
Evolution (2001)
Hannibal (2001)
Not I (2000)
The Ladies Man (2000)
Magnolia (1999)
Cookie's Fortune (1999)
The End Of The Affair (1999)
An Ideal Husband (1999)
A Map Of The World (1999)
Chicago Cab (1998)
Psycho (1998)
The Big Lebowski (1997)
Boogie Nights (1997)
The Lost World: Jurassic Park 2 (1997)
The Myth Of Fingerprints (1997)
Surviving Picasso (1996)
Assassins (1995)
Nine Months (1995)
Roommates (1995)
Safe (1995)
Vanya On 42nd Street (1994)
Benny & Joon (1993)
The Fugitive (1993)
Short Cuts (1993)
Body Of Evidence (1992)
The Gun In Betty Lou's Handbag (1992)
The Hand That Rocks The Cradle (1992)
Cast A Deadly Spell (TV) (1991)
The Last To Go (TV) (1991)
Tales From The Darkside: The Movie (1990)
BL. Stryker (TV series, one episode) (1990)
Money, Power, Murder (TV) (1989)
Slaughterhouse 2 (1988)
I'll Take Manhattan (TV miniseries) (1987)
As The World Turns (1985-88)
The Edge Of Night (TV series) (1984)

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Dominic West
 
Dominic West (Ash Correll in "The Forgotten") has been seen on the big screen most recently in the feature "Mona Lisa Smile" opposite Julia Roberts and directed by Mike Newell. He played Fred Casely, the murdered lover of Roxie Hart in the Oscar®-winning film "Chicago." The native of Sheffield, England also stars in the widely praised HBO original series “The Wire” as homicide detective Jimmy McNulty. His feature film credits include "28 Days" opposite Sandra Bullock and directed by Betty Thomas, "Rock Star" opposite Mark Wahlberg and Jennifer Aniston and directed by Stephen Herek, "Surviving Picasso" with Sir Anthony Hopkins and directed by James Ivory, "A Midsummer Night’s Dream" with Kevin Kline and Michelle Pfeiffer, directed by Michael Hoffman and "Diana and Me" with Toni Collette, directed by David Parker. West made his motion picture debut in 1992 in "Richard III" opposite Ian McKellan and directed by Richard Loncraine.

West’s passion for the theatre inspired him to return to the stage in 2001 to star in the hit Broadway revival of Nöel Coward’s “Design for Living” opposite Alan Cumming. 

His role as Sandra Bullock's egotistical, self-absorbed fiancé offering audiences a hilarious glimpse of the handsome actor's notable comic talents, actor Dominic West has since gone on to display his versatility in such notably diverse projects as the acclaimed HBO series The Wire and director Rob Marshall's hit musical Chicago. Born into a family of seven children in Sheffield, England, West's father was the owner of a plastics manufacturing plant and his mother a homemaker with a taste for the theater. At first employed in such unglamorous positions as that of a cattle herder in Argentina, it wasn't long before West enrolled in Dublin's Trinity College and graduated with a B.A. in English Literature. His love of acting propelled him next to the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, and West graduated from the prestigious school in 1995. Though he had previous acting experience in a few minor film roles, it was the late '90s that found West's career truly beginning to bloom. A small role in Spice World was followed by a notable performance in the British miniseries Out of Hours (1998), and after minor roles in A Midsummer Night's Dream and Star Wars: Episode 1 -- The Phantom Menace (both 1999), he got his big feature break with 28 Days Later. As the millennium turned, so did West's career; in 2001, he took to the screen with Mark Wahlberg in the musical drama Rock Star. Cast in the lead of HBO's The Wire shortly thereafter, the show debuted in 2002 to favorable critical reviews. Following a pair of memorable performances in Chicago and Mona Lisa Smile, West appeared in director Joseph Ruben's action thriller The Forgotten in 2004. ~ Jason Buchanan, All Movie Guide

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Gary Sinise
Gary Sinise (born March 17, 1955) is an American actor and director who has appeared in a number of movies. Gary Sinise got his first taste of acting when he performed in his high school production of 'West Side Story.'

In the late 80's, Gary directed two episodes of the television series 'Crime Story' and the feature film 'Miles from Home.' In 1992, Gary starred in the WWII drama 'A Midnight Clear' and the critically acclaimed 'Of Mice and Men,' which also starred John Malkovich.

He was nominated for Best Supporting Actor in 1994 for his role as Lieutenant Dan Taylor in Forrest Gump. He won a Golden Globe award for Best Actor in a TV Movie or Miniseries for his role in Truman .

Sinise has also appeared in Apollo 13, Ransom, The Green Mile, Reindeer Games , Mission to Mars , and The Stand. He has been married to actress Moira Harris since 1981 and they have three children together.

Gary is married to Moira Harris, and they have three children: Sophie, McCanna, and Ella. In 2004, he began his first regular television series, in CSI: New York

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Joseph Ruben Director
Born: May 10, 1950 in Briarcliff Manor, NY.  Filmmaker Joseph Ruben has gained a reputation for his offbeat, psychological, and dark examinations of modern American family life. His 1987 film The Stepfather, which looks at an outwardly normal dad whose bland face masks the ruthless heart of a serial killer, has become a cult favorite and is a good example of his work. Before becoming a filmmaker, Ruben studied theater and film at the University of Michigan and earned a master's degree at Brandeis University. He made his film debut in 1974 with The Sister-in-Law. Ruben had his first mainstream success with the Julia Roberts vehicle Sleeping With the Enemy. ~ Sandra Brennan, All Movie Guide

Before becoming a filmmaker, Ruben studied theater and film at the University of Michigan and earned a master's degree at Brandeis University.

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More information from Amazon
 
  • Format: Color, Closed-captioned, Widescreen, Dolby
     
  • Rated: PG-13 \
  • Studio: Columbia Tristar Hom
  • DVD Release Date: June 7, 2005
  • Run Time: 91
     
  • From IMDb: Quotes & Trivia
  • ASIN: B0006IIKQW
  • Other Formats: VHS
  • Quotes from The Forgotten:

    Telly Paretta: I had life inside me. I had life. I have a child. I have a son. I have a son, and his name is Sam, you son of a bitch.

    Ash is hitting the NSA agaent they have strapped to a chair while questioning him for answers
    Ash hits him again

    A Friendly Man: There are worse things than forgetting.
    Telly Paretta: No, there aren't.

    Ash Correll: Baseball is great. It's the only sport in the world that you can play while taking a nap.

    Telly Paretta: Please tell me, no one will know that you spoke to us. I swear to you!
    Cop: They're listening.

    shouts
    Jim Paretta: I didn't change anything! They were always blank!

    Dr. Jack Munce: Telly, you never had a son. Sometimes people go around and invent alternate lives, with imagined friends, and imagined families.
    shouts

    Telly Paretta: Where is my son?

    Jim Paretta: I think it's great, you're starting to write again. What's your book going to be about?
    Telly Paretta: Psychotic women, and the men who love them.

    A Friendly Man: You need to FORGET!

    shouts

    Det. Anne Pope: You don't know very much. National Security, huh? Better buy better locks.


     

    Trivia about The Forgotten:
    • Nicole Kidman was originally attached to star.
    • Excluding their memories, all the characters wear black until the end.

     

     

     

     

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