80

The Hollywood Reporter

By Kirk Honeycutt
The cast sparkles especially Simon Baker, a sturdy leading-man type, who is primed to break through any day now, and Paz Vega, already a star in Latin market.
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70

Variety

By Joe Leydon
Despite teasing hints of supernatural influences throughout much of the storyline, Not Forgotten satisfies as a solidly crafted and persuasively acted thriller that relies more on dark secrets than black magic.
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67

Austin Chronicle

By Marjorie Baumgarten
The film moves swiftly and vividly, but in retrospect, numerous plot holes come to mind. Not Forgotten presents a fascinating microcosm but ultimately loses believability when placed in a larger context.
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50

The New York Times

A lurid yet plodding thriller, bobs to the surface in theaters, most likely to the chagrin of the now very hot Simon Baker.
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50

L.A. Weekly

If the film's first two-thirds are dreary and preposterous, give Soref credit for a truly -- what's the proper cinematic terminology? -- batshit-crazy finale involving demented religious sects, ridiculously bloody face-offs and a gaggle of cross-dressing Mexican prostitutes.
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50

Los Angeles Times

A movie that's more convoluted than satisfying.
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40

Time Out New York

By Stephen Garrett
A film that could have been memorably haunting is, sadly, all too forgettable
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40

Village Voice

If the film's first two-thirds are dreary and preposterous, give Soref credit for a truly--what's the proper cinematic terminology?--batshit-crazy finale.
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20

New York Daily News

By Elizabeth Weitzman
None of it makes any sense, but it is just nutty enough to provide a few (entirely unintended) laughs.
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48 out of 100
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