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User review rating: 5 March 20, 2022

It is so sad to see that one negative and spiteful person with a grudge against the director is spreading negative comments, on multiple websites, about a film that is sweet, beautiful, and for a great cause. I’m Tate Dewey, the actor who plays Chris in the film Not To Forget. As I’m posting this, I’m attending the opening night of a film festival at the Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, together with other cast members who were happy to join. Our director Valerio is about to be handed an Excellence Award, because he created a powerful tool to raise awareness about Alzheimer’s and to honor the caregivers. I’m proud of what he accomplished, because it is literally amazing. Not To Forget is a “different kind of Alzheimer’s film”, as Valerio tried to talk to a younger and wider audience, taking the perspective of a self-centered millennial who ends up rediscovering family values. From the beginning, he decided not to completely show how terrible the “plague of the XXI century” is, because his goal was not to make a documentary, but to focus on the arc of my character while raising awareness about an important health issue. Valerio gave life to an inspiring project that is meant to make a difference, but he first and foremost created a very personal film about loss, forgiving, and family. He told me that my character is his alter-ego, as they both share the same scar on their right arm and most likely inside. Not To Forget has already won over 40 festivals worldwide. Unfortunately, every time a professional journalist writes something nice about the film, the same person (whom we all know and disapprove of) writes nasty comments about the film or Valerio. The first comment on this website read “I caught a showing of this with my wife in Houston to kill some time. Absurdly corny ... god-awful direction and editing.” Too bad that Not To Forget never played in any theater in Houston! The comment was eventually removed, but this cannot be happening.

User review rating: 5 March 18, 2022

Before I started watching Not to Forget, I assumed I’d be in for a depressing movie that would have me reaching for at least three tissues. When I did start watching, I was pleasantly surprised that it started with a heist. This was entirely unexpected. In fact, Not to Forget is full of surprises—not the gimmicky, edge-of-your-seat kind, but they fit right in with the tone of this well-thought-out story about a family coming to grips with changes in their lives.

User review rating: 5 March 02, 2022

I liked this movie because of the tenderness and compassion shown in it. It portrays Alzheimer's for the horrible disease that it is, but it showed how by loving and caring for your loved ones with Alzheimer's that there can still be special memories created for everyone involved. I work as a facilitator for families with loved ones who have Alzheimer's. The caregivers go through so much as they watch their loved ones slowly disappear. Thank you for a beautifully written story and well done movie. It touched my heart.

User review rating: 5 February 25, 2022

Very touching and informative!

User review rating: 5 February 19, 2022

Just loved it!

User review rating: 4 February 15, 2022

I really enjoyed this cute movie. The topic is increasingly important in our communities and it’s treated in a delicate way. The cast of old glories is absolutely stunning. A few moment here and there a little soapy, but overall a movie that is worth watching

User review rating: 5 February 10, 2022

emotional, it warms the heart and promotes good family values

User review rating: 4 February 01, 2022

Good movie

User review rating: 4 January 17, 2022

Delightful movie with an all-star cast

User review rating: 3 January 10, 2022

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.

User review rating: 5 December 31, 2021

Sweet and moving. A good story for everyone

User review rating: 4 December 28, 2021

Very relatable movie with good values, for everyone

User review rating: 3 December 19, 2021

I expected a different kind of film but I still enjoyed it. 3 out of 5 stars

User review rating: 5 December 14, 2021

Loved it

User review rating: 4 December 09, 2021

Heartwarming and enjoyable. On Google Play I was offered a 20% discount on the rental after I watched the trailer. Just a tip haha

User review rating: 5 December 05, 2021

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

User review rating: 3 December 04, 2021

Lots of familiar faces. The manager at the bank is played by George Chakiris: Bernardo from West Side Story! Too bad he’s not in the 2021 remake

User review rating: 4 December 03, 2021

Nice movie for families, suitable for everyone but maybe not children

User review rating: 4 December 02, 2021

I watched it on Amazon with my mother. Has Alzheimer’s and deserved a movie like this

User review rating: 4 December 01, 2021

An ambitious, sweet, powerful movie that aims to make a difference. It is special and honorable

User review rating: 4 November 30, 2021

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

User review rating: 5 November 30, 2021

Thank you! Thank you!! Thank you!!! Thank you also on behalf of my grandmother

User review rating: 5 November 30, 2021

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.

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