Based on 182 votes and 17 reviews
Delightful movie with an all-star cast
Alzheimer's Disease is much worse than the way it is portrayed in this film, which intends to be charming and sweet but doesn't really give a full idea of what Alzheimer's truly is. But I understand this is not a documentary after all.
Sweet and moving. A good story for everyone
Very relatable movie with good values, for everyone
I expected a different kind of film but I still enjoyed it. 3 out of 5 stars
Heartwarming and enjoyable. On Google Play I was offered a 20% discount on the rental after I watched the trailer. Just a tip haha
George Chakiris plays the manager at the local bank! He’s Fernando from the original West Side Story. And Karen Grassle is Ma from the Little House on the prairie
Nice movie for families, suitable for everyone but maybe not children
I prefer the Notebook movie
I watched it on Amazon with my mother. Has Alzheimer’s and deserved a movie like this
Looks like the cast and crew is out writing their own good reviews, everyone knows this was an abomination
An ambitious, sweet, powerful movie that aims to make a difference. It is special and honorable
A low-budget film that was able to attract an outstanding cast and create a powerful tool for the fight against Alzheimer's. The film should be showed in schools and churches to educate people
Thank you! Thank you!! Thank you!!! Thank you also on behalf of my grandmother
The film feels like a fable, with a rollercoaster of emotions. I found myself crying and laughing. I don't know how it happened. Not to Forget is a drama with lighter, comedic moments -- which at first threw me off, but I then realized that were meant to make the film appealing to larger audiences. Everyone should be made aware of Alzheimer's and most likely had it in the family. This is a movie for everyone, and I am glad I watched it with my family after Thanksgiving dinner.
I caught a showing of this with my wife in Houston to kill some time. Absurdly corny for the caliber of actors that they had. The cast deserved better than that god-awful direction and editing.