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Gone But Not Forgotten (2005)

A serial killer whose signature was "Gone But Not Forgotten" reappears years after the last murder. A local defense attorney begins to suspect that she may be the next victim and that her latest client may somehow be involved.

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(novel) (as Phillip Margolin), (teleplay)
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Betsy Tannenbaum
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Alan Page
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Nancy Gordon
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Nora Sloane / Samantha Reardon
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Senator Raymond Colby
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Reggie Stewart
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Randy Highsmith
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Wayne Turner
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Frank Grimsbo
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Detective Ross Barrow (as Leigh J. McCloskey)
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Lisa Darius
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John
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Rita
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A serial killer whose signature was "Gone But Not Forgotten" reappears years after the last murder. A local defense attorney begins to suspect that she may be the next victim and that her latest client may somehow be involved.

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She has to find the killer no matter what the cost. (dvd)


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9 April 2005 (Hungary)  »

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Phillip Margolin's Gone But Not Forgotten  »

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1.33 : 1
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When the camera first shows the dead body of Lisa Darius, the corpse blinks. See more »

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Terrible
3 March 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I can't imagine that I've never seen a worse movie than this, but I can't think of one off the top of my head. I suppose it's possible that it gets better after the first ninety minutes or so, but I wouldn't know since I couldn't take any more of this film's "acting." To be fair, though, when the writing is as bad as it is in this film, even good acting can't save it. I guess somebody involved in this pile of garbage realized this early on and told the actors not to bother trying.

When a supposedly highly skilled trial lawyer argues that everyone is innocent until proved guilty (as opposed to arguing that the system is based on the presumption of innocence until guilt is proved), you know the legal side of things is going to be a shambles. Fortunately the police-procedural part of the show is such a wreck, you barely notice how terrible the rest of the movie is.

Avoid at all costs. It wouldn't be fair of me to refrain from pointing out that I got this for free and I still feel like I was ripped off.


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