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Sunday, 27 February 2005
Movie Review 90: The Forgotten
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Although the story was slow to develop, it did unfold credibly with atequate spookiness and suspense.

There was a unique point of view on mysterious deaths/disappearances and memory losses.

I found this particular science fiction theme to be very realistic with regards to human relationships and experiences. It gives a whole different meaning to the phrase: "get a life." Three stars.

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Thursday, 3 March 2005 - 5:20 AM EST

Name: Pamela
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I also thought that this was a very good movie. The other people, that I went to see the movie with, and I, all thought that this was another government conspiracy movie at first. I was very glad when that turned out not to be true. Like the Bermuda Triangle, and Area 51. We are always going to question whether there are aliens, albeit intelligent aliens capable of being so unseen by the masses, for so many years. Even the bible mentions, "creatures in the Heavenlies". When JESUS mentions 99 sheep staying in the fold, and one going missing, many speculate that HE is talking about Earth, and other worlds in the Solar System. Whether they use Earth for experimentation, now, that's questionable.

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