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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.


Denise Di Novi
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Rosario Dawson ... Julia Banks
Katherine Heigl ... Tessa Connover
Geoff Stults ... David Connover
Isabella Kai Rice ... Lily Connover
Alex Quijano ... Miguel
Sarah Burns ... Sarah
Whitney Cummings ... Ali
Simon Kassianides ... Michael Vargas
Robert Wisdom ... Detective Pope (as Robert Ray Wisdom)
Cheryl Ladd ... Helen / Lovey
Stephanie Escajeda ... Brunette Woman
Kincaid Walker ... Saleswoman
Aline Elasmar ... Deputy Stevens
Jayson Blair ... Jason
Lauren Rose Lewis ... Dinner Guest


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

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Drama | Horror | Thriller

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

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

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English | French

Release Date:

21 April 2017 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

To Have and to Hold See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA See more »


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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Company Credits

Production Co:

DiNovi Pictures See more »
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Technical Specs




Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Did You Know?


Rosario Dawson initially turned down the film when it was offered to her because she wanted a break. However, after discussing it further with the director Denise Di Novi, she was convinced. 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 »


Tessa Connover: Julia, please. Don't... Don't let Lily remember me like this.
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Referenced in Midnight Screenings: Unforgettable (2017) See more »


Go Give It To Me
Written by Drew Lerdal (as Drew J. Lerdal)
Performed by DLfx
Courtesy of In The Groove Music
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15 July 2017 | by screechy_jimSee all my reviews

Like so many below par movies, you really have to suspend your knowledge that people behave logically for it to work. It's always a sign of lazy writing when the progression of the plot continually relies on implausible occurrences to advance. There are other problems that arise which are difficult to overlook. There is hardly a scene in the movie that the two women aren't together. They seem to spend so much time together it's difficult to believe they're no related or living next door to each other. Conjoined twins spend less time meeting than these two. Of course none of this seems out of the ordinary to The lead, played by Rosario Dawson. In fact the whole cast seems oblivious to situations and circumstances that are too far fetched for reason that any normal person would flag in five seconds.

Rosario Dawson is really the only outstanding cast member in this film. In spite of the short comings of the film she does a very good job with her role. Katherine Heigl takes stoic mannerisms to the next level with a 'Wax works' like performance that would put a store front mannequin to shame. The rest of the cast is reasonable and given Geoff Stults character seems to suffer from some form of dysfunction that renders him oblivious to human feeling and interaction, he does a reasonable job.

The nuts and bolts of this story are nothing new and a bit laboured given it's all been done before (on numerous) occasions. It isn't even a particularly good rendition so I'm oddly surprised its been chosen as a remake without anything novel being added. There are no surprises twists or developments you won't see coming a mile off and actually the pacing here is pretty even from start to finish.

OK as a stand alone movie it isn't bad. Fatal Attraction is really the standard movies from this category seem to be judged by, but there are others with varying levels of success. If you've seen any of them, I would say don't bother this one, as I said, there's nothing new to see here. If you haven't, give it a shot and you'll probably enjoy it.

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