Forget Me Not (2009) - Horror, Romance, Thriller

Hohum Score

31

Bearable

Recent high school graduates become prey of the vengeful spirit of an innocent girl they wronged long ago.

IMDB: 5.2
Director: Tyler Oliver
Stars: Carly Schroeder, Cody Linley
Length: 103 Minutes
PG Rating: R
Reviews: 9 out of 41 found boring (21.95%)

One-line Reviews (25)

But if you are a horror fan and want to see a mix of Asian and American horror, then maybe director Tyler Oliver's botched film will be enjoyable.

Overall it's like Prom Night meets I Know What You Did Last Summer meets Tormented and at that was an entertaining watch if you have nothing better to do or watch.

Once you get through the many slasher side to the story we end up getting a mystery ghost story that works out nicely without shinning because it happens to late in the film because they waste too much time with the slasher side of it.

It was boring and tedious.

We are supposed to think that they are having a lot of fun having parties, sex, alcohol and drugs but to me it looks shallow and boring, sad actually.

It really is worth the watch.

The first 15 minutes were a waste of time - I didn't find any of the characters likable (except maybe the brother) - and for me this whole drinking/f***ing added nothing to the story 2.

The blatant formulaic approach in selling a teenage slasher story short of any real concept failed to catch attention.

They were secondary, but it was a bit confusing for a while.

Unfortunately it turns out to be the usual badly written nonsense featuring unlikeable teen high school characters and lots of padded out sexual situations to bore the viewer.

But as it is, it is a good movie, definitely worth watching if you're looking for a horror flick you've probably never seen.

Unsurprisingly there's some bad CGI used to animate the ghosts and the whole thing seems overlong and tiresome.

Boring and predictable .

About half way into the movie your completely sucked it to the movie and its an enjoyable ride to the end.

The place is mundane.

And when you give something emotional to a horror movie it makes the movie more compelling.

The people are mundane.

The only drawback for me was the tedious and annoying character Sandy, who incidentally is the main character.

Watching 'Forget Me Not' is a waste of time.

The "cheese" is so bad that it is enjoyable and comical, the horror is actually scary, and the story is interesting.

Incredibly enjoyable and entertaining effort .

Never likely to set the world alight, "Forget Me Not" still gets enough right to be an enjoyable romp for most horror fans.

After we've seen quite a few of these pointless deaths (which was also an opportunity for these so called actors to show that they cannot act)- the grand finale and a very thin explanation of what was happening and why.

There were a couple of sensible ideas roaming around somewhere within the wooden acting (save for a instantly appealing Cody Linley) and uninspirational heartless death scenes fail to make up for the borefest.

waste of time .