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Doe (2018)

TV-MA | | Thriller | 27 September 2018 (USA)
A man wakes up with no memory of his past but the ability to speak dozens of languages fluently. After finding a clue about his former self, he will race against time to discover his true identity.


Justin Foia
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Credited cast:
Timothy Davis ... John
Tatyana Ali ... Rachel
Mathew St. Patrick ... Carl
Mira Sorvino ... The Executive
Aaron Farb ... Lucas
Anne Leighton ... Emmaline
Faithe Herman ... Jordan
Stacey Oristano ... Hollie
Steven Swadling ... George Hayes
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Mackenzie Augustin ... Business Woman
Destiny Austin ... Prisoner
Chelsea Rae Barton ... Bartender
David Batchelor ... Biker #2
Allie Bergin Allie Bergin ... Prisoner
Todd Aaron Brotze ... Akiva


When John Hutton mysteriously awakens with no recollection of his past, yet with the ability to speak dozens of languages fluently, he decides to start a new life. Years later, he is sent tumbling down the proverbial rabbit hole after meeting another man that shares a similar condition and learning that there are several more individuals like him, all amnesiacs with extraordinary abilities. With the help of a private detective, John races against time before his past can rise up to destroy himself and his family. Written by Lexicon Entertainment

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Some Things Are Better Left Forgotten




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More like, "Doh!"
15 August 2019 | by rsvp321See all my reviews

I enjoyed it, I am so fed up with the current Hollywood garbage that I'm finding these "indies" films often superior.

This one has an interesting story, could have developed into something a lot more unique - esp for the ending, but it is what it is...

My only serious critique is the dialogue, and I blame the director for it. There is so much silence between the words, either while one actor is slowly saying his part, or before the next actor starts speaking. If you add up all the empty audio, I'm sure it would be ~twenty minutes for the movie! Pick up the pace!

Excellent for background noise, if you're multitasking.

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27 September 2018 (USA) See more »

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Los Angeles, California, USA

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2.35 : 1
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