Unfortunately for the producers and everybody concerned, Unforgettable does something however reside as much as its identify.
Within the film, Tessa Connover (Katherine Heigl) performs the position of the loopy ex. Unforgettable, directed by Denise Di Novi, begins with an interrogation of Julia Banks (Rosario Dawson). It then goes again six months earlier to the place David Connover (Geoff Stults) and his soon-to-be spouse, Julia, are having a great time, whereas David’s ex, Tessa, is spiralling uncontrolled. Tessa has no job, her relationship has tanked, and he or she has restricted entry to her daughter. With nothing to sit up for, revenge is the one factor on her thoughts.
The plot could seem acquainted to seasoned viewers: a triangle (fortunately, not a love triangle) results in a predictable finish. The added aspect within the film is the kid. In Unforgettable, Tessa and David’s daughter turns into a puppet on this sport of revenge. On the one hand, there may be Tessa, who does every thing in her energy to make sure that Lily does not get together with Julia. On the opposite, there may be Julia, attempting her greatest to suit into her new life. So as to add to the chaos, Julia has an abusive ex-boyfriend.
So whereas it will not be probably the most authentic of set-ups, it absolutely has all the weather wanted to make for an honest, if not good, thriller. Nonetheless, it does not capitalise on any of those components successfully.
In what might have been the catfight for the ages, Unforgettable delves into the acquainted territory and does nothing to increase the style. It is the type of battle you would like these two proficient actresses hadn’t gotten into. The climax makes the film that rather more forgettable. One can sense the formulaic story from the get go and, apart from admirable performances from Heigl and Dawson, the film falls flat.