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Unforgettable (2017)

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A woman sets out to make life a living hell for her ex-husband's new fiancée.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Michael Vargas
Detective Pope (as Robert Ray Wisdom)
Brunette Woman
Deputy Stevens
Dinner Guest


A woman sets out to make life a living hell for her ex-husband's new fiancée.

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Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for sexual content, violence, some language, and brief partial nudity | See all certifications »

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Release Date:

21 April 2017 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

To Have and to Hold  »

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Box Office


$12,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$4,785,431, 21 April 2017, Wide Release

Gross USA:

$11,274,490, 19 May 2017
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1.85 : 1
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Did You Know?


Amma Asante was initially set to direct, but she left the project when Kerry Washington declined one of the lead roles. Denise Di Novi took over, making this film long time producer Di Novi's directorial debut. See more »


During the party when Julia and David are going to have sex, David slips off Julia's underwear and she is wearing one heel. During sex she is wearing both her heels. After sex she bends over to put her shoes back on. See more »


Referenced in Midnight Screenings: Unforgettable (2017) See more »


Written by Erika M. Anderson and Leif Shackelford
Performed by Erika M. Anderson (as EMA [Erika M. Anderson])
Courtesy of Matador Records
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Was the title supposed to be a paradox?
12 August 2017 | by See all my reviews

I need to write this review quickly before I forget that I even watched this. Was the title supposed to be a paradox?

They must not have spent very much money on this film because it shows. It had the potential as a plot but failed in execution. It seems that this film wants to be Gone Girl, but you have to actually be able or want to write a script for that to have happened.

Rosario's character is too weak and needs more lines.

Heigl's character (I don't remember the name in the film and I'm not putting effort into remembering) is overly developed. Julia (played by Rosario) is unfortunately not balanced against this development; this leaves the viewer feeling too frustrated to root for her. As the viewer, I feel manipulated into wanting her to finally stand up to Heigl's character.

This script is too formulaic and insulting to the viewer. For Lifetime, yes this is fair quality but unacceptable for a WB production in 2017.

1 star and this is for the styling team that maintained Rosario's wavy hairstyle.

The film does try to explain why Heigl's character is the way she is, but this is also as hackneyed as Rosario being a weak abuse victim. Give me something throughout the rising action so that I am not left underwhelmed by the climax. Speaking of climax, the sex screen was dry. I like math so I am all for a formula if it works but this 1+1=2 is not as exciting as something like a system of equations with nuanced and dynamic characters vs. these very stale and static ones. Why is the ex husband so dumb? Is it because he is that self-absorbed that he couldn't put together that his ex is crazy and capable of madness? These characters were written so poorly that I really didn't care about anyone. So if the goal of this film was an exercise in apathy, then well done!

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