Daily Texan review of “Not Forgotten”

With “Not Forgotten” set to open in Austin, Texas on Friday, we were all very excited to see the first local review of the movie appear the other day in The University of Texas’ Daily Texan. We were even more excited to see that they loved the movie…so, yay!

Behind-the-scenes on NOT FORGOTTEN #1

I won’t reprint the entire review here, but the highlights are pretty cool:

“NOT FORGOTTEN is not a typical crime thriller. Plunging into the mysteries of the occult on the Texas-Mexico border, it pulls the audience into a world of seedy streets, whorehouses and death-worshipping rituals. [Simon] Baker carries the film with his portrayal of a man leading a troubled double life. With the kind of story that keeps you constantly guessing, NOT FORGOTTEN is a truly unconventional revenge tale and the movie is worth watching for the ending and lead-up alone.”

Awesome! To read Priscilla Totiyapungprasert’s review in its entirety, click here. And in the meantime, enjoy some of my favorite behind-the-scenes pics of the “seedy streets and whorehouses” of “Not Forgotten”.

Behind-the-scenes on NOT FORGOTTEN #2

Behind-the-scenes on NOT FORGOTTEN #5

Behind-the-scenes on NOT FORGOTTEN #3

Behind-the-scenes on NOT FORGOTTEN #4

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5 responses to “Daily Texan review of “Not Forgotten”

  1. Love that photo of you with the whores!

  2. Ha! Thanks, and for the record, they are both card-carrying members of the Screen Actors Guild. šŸ™‚

  3. That’s what I said… whores. Just kidding! I love actors! Yay, SAG!

  4. I think Tomas wrote this movie just so he could hang out with whores!

    Is that my friend Benito Martinez in the first picture sitting in a chair? Great photos and congrats on the review!

  5. Pretty cool, my friend. Pretty cool. Can’t wait to see the film.

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