Forgive and Forget

Forgive and Forget

A jealousy erupts between two long-time friends as one is about to move in with his girlfriend. Now the friend must confront his long-hidden homosexuality. UK.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:100 minutes
  • Release:2000
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:student,   jealousy,   fight,  

David O'Neil, a plasterer and mature student Theo have been best mates for fourteen years and are practically inseparable. However, their friendship has become strained as Theo is about to ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Forgive and Forget torrent reviews

Berni E (ag) wrote: Truly dark, sinister and disturbing film. A must watch for Social Workers and anyone who questions the difficult job a SW has. Still :::shivering::: here. Not for the feint hearted for sure.

Francisco S (ca) wrote: A little predictable and with some cliches, but with a good and funny cast and good songs.

Rod P (us) wrote: I saw the movie, it's catchy...... that's all I can give it.

K G (ca) wrote: it'd be great if this was good. you can tell early on it's a low budget film. for the most part, it's decent, but then there's the ending that is bizarre and makes no sense unless it's a poor attempt at setting up for a sequel

Andre R (au) wrote: Decent enough to watch once.

Curtis R (es) wrote: Somebody in a suit said, "Hey, lets take the principal main cast from Rob Zombie's latest hit film, make their characters good and make the villain of the film as little of a threat as possible. For the lead we can get a girl that constantly looks like she has been crying and now market this unscary mess of a film to Liftetime-Television for Women because that's the target audience."

Fernando C (kr) wrote: The best term I can think of right now to describe this film would be "fake art". It looks, feels and you think of it as art, a really artistic and deep film that is supposed to represent just how great cinema is. Only it's not. It's supremely boring. Not that I can't enjoy slow films, since they're my favorites, but I like them when they have something to say on every shot, or at least they look gorgeous, or AT LEAST you can think of some explanation to them or their importance whithin the picture. That is absent here, and it hurts quite a bit. By the time the film ends, I looked back trying to spot clever symbolism, meaning, or an expression of human nature, but I found none of them. Maybe it's interesting and rather well made, but rewarding it's definitely not.

Sanjaya (de) wrote: I watched the second movie first, and it was a real funny, yet fresh comedy so I wanted to see the first one because it's the original... The movie itself very funny, using the unusual story about a relationship between a tutor and their student, but not in an official way like in a school, college, university or something like that... Kim Ha-Neul and Kwon Sang-Woo played well as a couple in this movie, really gave a good show, especially Kim Ha-Neul, she's very funny... Actually, I think that they maybe can cut a little part of this movie because it's too long, especially in the middle, I get a little bored... But overall, it's a fresh and delightful Korean comedy... But I still love the second movie...

Briana S (br) wrote: this movie is soooooooo FUNNY!!! U HAVE TO SEE IT!!!

Cal (it) wrote: "The woods are lovely, dark, and deep, but I have promises to keep. And miles to go before I sleep, and miles to go before I sleep. Remember. Miles to go before I sleep."Telefon is an entertaining Charles Bronson vehicle - nothing more, nothing less. It lacks brains, it's a tad slapdash and it's an extremely predictable affair, but it's quotable and thoroughly enjoyable as well. With renowned action director Don Siegel at the helm (best known for the first Dirty Harry), Telefon is packed with nail-biting suspense and exciting eruptions of action, all the while threading together an engaging plotline (though it's nothing too deep). With the focus primarily on narrative velocity rather than compelling drama, this is a very serviceable spy thriller supported by an intriguing premise.The story involves a communist zealot known as Dalchimsky (Pleasance) who plots to sabotage dtente by activating deep-cover agents in the United States. Said agents were planted by the Soviet Union at the height of the Cold War but were never utilised, and are primed to execute suicidal missions to blow up key military sites on telephonic phone cue. Military intelligence officer Major Grigori Borzov (Bronson) is recruited by the Soviets to eliminate Dalchimsky before his actions trigger World War III. Oh, and Grigori is accompanied by an American agent named Barbara (Remick). With the continuing political conflict and military tension between America and Russia in the late '70s and throughout the 1980s, it's kinda heart-warming to witness a movie released in 1977 which features a Russian agent and an American agent working side-by-side.At its most basic level, Telefon is pleasant escapism. The script was penned by the screenwriting duo of Sterling Silliphant and Peter Hyams, based on the novel by Walter Wager. Though the story is considered by some to be beyond the realms of reality, the driving force behind the plot (i.e. activating agents using drug-induced hypnosis) isn't as far-fetched as some of the actual schemes concocted by the overzealous CIA and KGB during the Cold War. The script's only weak spots are in the characters and the construction of events. Initially, Grigori and Barbara are hostile towards one another. An audience would expect these two to somehow end up together, and we get that pay-off, but it seems merely perfunctory rather than natural. Granted, it's probably unreasonable to expect a beautifully-written relationship in a film like this. But if said relationship is unmotivated and naff, then there's a big problem.Here's the major problem with Telefon: it's entirely without a satisfying final act. At about a hundred minutes in length, the film is fairly long considering the '70s action-thriller pedigree. And during these hundred minutes, there's a lot of building up with very little pay-off. Walter Wages' novel contained an excellent climax which could've become an effective action set-piece in this screen adaptation, but alas the film fizzles out with a whimper. The demise of the main villain is underwhelming, and the story is wrapped up irritatingly quickly. In all likelihood, budget constraints prevented a big climax from being lensed. It's disappointing, to say the least.Director Don Siegel handles the action competently, but this is not among his best efforts (a few terrific set-pieces notwithstanding, there's some pretty dull filmmaking on display here). Lalo Schifrin also provides a fantastic score which suitably amplifies tension during key scenes. As for the acting...not unlike the sleeper agents of the picture, the stoic Charles Bronson gives a strong impression of deep hypnosis throughout. During his career, Bronson rarely acted - he simply inhabited a film with his particular presence, which frequently played off his infamous Death Wish persona. Donald Pleasence fares a lot better as the main villain of the film. He oozes menace, and is especially sinister while uttering a few lines from the particular Robert Frost poem which triggers a sleeper agent. Lee Remick's performance is impassive, and she's an absurd love interest for Bronson. Also in the cast is Tyne Daly who's embarrassing as the overexcitable CIA computer expert (hilariously, the computers she uses literally have a brain of their own) and whose role feels at once redundant and underdone.Bronson enthusiasts will almost certainly find a lot to enjoy about Telefon - it's a fun spy thriller with Bronson in Russian Death Wish mode. The film was later parodied in The Naked Gun, and Tarantino used the "trigger" phrase ("The woods are lovely, dark and deep...") in his 2007 movie Death Proof.

Nicholas A (us) wrote: Much as a movie for standing up against corruption and disorder, it's amazing.

Sotiris K (us) wrote: One of the best Shakspearean adaptations takes place in feudal Japan. It's impossible to take your eyes off this awe-inspiring masterpiece.

Jose Luis M (mx) wrote: El genio Hitchcock desarrolla esta historia en un pequeo espacio y de que manera, a pesar de ser una pelicula propagandista de la segunda guerra mundial es una pequea joyita, aqui est el mejor cameo de Hitch.

Jacob D (gb) wrote: Not better than Borat but still a comedic Masterpiece from Sasha Baron Cohen.

Mat K (de) wrote: This movie is not laughably bad (The Asylum makes about a movie a month. They have to be getting better just from sheer practice.) but far from good either. In fact this movies biggest problem is nothing is GOOD. If they had strong acting from their leads we could excuse the terrible script. Had they had a good script we could excuse the poor visuals. If there had been kick ass visuals and action scenes we could excuse any number of sins. (Micheal Bay has made a career on that theory.) Unfortunately everything is just weak. The only positive thing I can say about the movie is that Mark Singer and the villains can act because they almost make the dialogue they have work.

Chris C (us) wrote: Filled with dark humor and plenty of suspense, Child's Play features an inventive story with praises going to Brad Dourif, Catherine Hicks and Alex Vincent.