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Unforgettable (2017)

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

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Tessa's Mother
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Jason Michaels
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Michael Vargas
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Lily Connover
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Miguel
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Detective Stevens
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A woman sets out to make life hell for her ex-husband's new wife.

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When love ends, madness begins See more »

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Drama | Thriller

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

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21 April 2017 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

To Have and to Hold  »

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Budget:

$12,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend:

$4,785,431 (USA) (21 April 2017)

Gross:

$11,274,490 (USA) (19 May 2017)
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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 »

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

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El Ritmo De Amor
Written and Performed by Kevin Laliberté
Courtesy of Somerset Group Ltd
Courtesy of Digital Funding LLC
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Oh my God, this movie blows
11 May 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Obvious melodrama about a woman being harassed by her fiance's sociopathic ex-wife, and her own violent ex- boyfriend. Sleazy, depressing, and is pointlessly​ told through flashback (from six hyperbolic months earlier) for three quarters of its lazy story, before jumping ahead another six hyperbolic months for the ending.

Heigl is chilling in this, but everyone and everything else is laughable.

It was also a bit unclear when this story is taking place, as characters still have landline phones (along with cell phones) and still have the newspaper delivered to their front door.

The final " Oh, here we go again " end scene, with the grandmother, made me shout, " Oh, f*** off! " at the screen.


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