The Forgotten (2004)
Take a moment and see if you've come across this thriller/sci-fi phenomenon before: A premise that seems like something that could have been the offset of a great psychological study turns into a tediously uncreative and ridiculous sci-fi pulp. I could show you twenty per dozen, and it's not actually very surprising that Joseph Ruben has his signature on a few of them. He's the ambitious director that rarely gets his focus right. Julianne Moore provides The Forgotten with a few moments of good dramatic value, but as what could have been a study of the psyche becomes a study of the "existential" it becomes neither suspenseful nor interesting.