There’s a trash can, and then there’s a good trash can. “Unforgettable” enters the second category. Bright, shiny and sparkling watery villainy knows exactly what kind of film it is and shakes its head.
The story of two beautiful women involved in the war on the same beautiful and handsome man is not a complete parody of the sexual tension thrilling at the beginning of the ’80s and early 90s, a product of the feeling of guilt, but with the 2009 Obsessed. But master producer Denise Di Novi (“Heathers”, “Fraternal Pants Brotherhood”, “Crazy, Stupid, Love”) is the first director to become conscious of this preoccupation.