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The Forgotten (24-Sep-2004)

Director: Joseph Ruben

Writer: Gerald Di Pego

Music Composed by: James Horner

Producers: Bruce Cohen; Dan Jinks; Joe Roth

Keywords: Horror, Airplane Crash

A mother devastated by her son's passing works to uncover a conspiracy when she is told that her child never existed.

Telly Paretta is in the midst of grieving over young son Sam's recent death in a plane crash when she is informed by her psychiatrist and estranged husband that her child never existed. Attempts to find proof of Sam's existence prove fruitless until Telly crosses paths with Ash Correll, father of another victim of the same plane crash, and sets out with him on a frightening journey to prove themselves correct.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Anthony Edwards
19-Jul-1962   Dr. Mark Greene on ER
Jessica Hecht
28-Jun-1965   Betsy Morgan on What About Joan
Tim Kang
16-Mar-1973   Kimball Cho on The Mentalist
Julianne Moore
3-Dec-1960   Boogie Nights, Short Cuts
Linus Roache
1-Feb-1964   Pandaemonium
Gary Sinise
17-Mar-1955   Det. Taylor on CSI: NY
Lee Tergesen
8-Jul-1965   Beecher in Oz
Dominic West
3-Sep-1969   Det. McNulty on The Wire
Alfre Woodard
8-Nov-1953   K-PAX


Julianne Moore   ...   Telly
Dominic West   ...   Ash
Gary Sinise   ...   Dr. Jack Munce
Alfre Woodard   ...   Anne Pope
Linus Roache   ...   A Friendly Man
Robert Wisdom   ...   Carl Dayton
Jessica Hecht   ...   Eliot
Anthony Edwards   ...   Jim
Christopher Kovaleski   ...   Sam
Matthew Pleszewicz   ...   Sam at 5
Katie Cooper   ...   Library Clerk
Scott Nicholson   ...   Cop
P. J. Morrison   ...   Cop
Tim Kang   ...   Agent Alec Wong
Kathryn Faughnan   ...   Lauren
Felix Solis   ...   Brasher
Susan Misner   ...   Agent Lisa Franks
Lee Tergesen   ...   Al Petalis
Ken Abraham   ...   Gas Station Attendant
J. Tucker Smith   ...   Sheriff Howell
Ann Dowd   ...   Eileen the Accountant


Review by Dave Drugs (posted on 22-May-2005)

Except for some gee-whiz computer-generated effects, this go-nowhere science-fiction film falls flat on its face. White suburban mothers will enjoy this film, everybody else will not. Even two fine leftovers, Dominic West from The Wire as a confused parent and Lee Tergesen from Oz as a mysterious government agent, can't save the film. Tune into a re-run of The X-Files instead of this bland, boring waste of time.

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