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Forget About It (film)

Forget About It is a 2006 American comedy film directed by BJ Davis[2] starring Burt Reynolds, Robert Loggia, Charles Durning, Raquel Welch, Richard Grieco and Kimberley Kates.

Forget About It
Movie poster
Directed byBJ Davis
Produced byAnthony Falco
Kimberley Kates
Michael Manasseri
John D. Schofield
Screenplay byJulian Davis[1]
StarringBurt Reynolds
Robert Loggia
Charles Durning
Raquel Welch
Richard Grieco
CinematographyMark Trengove
Edited byStephen Eckelberry
Michael Manasseri
Big Screen Entertainment Group
The Rock Entertainment
Release date
  • October 14, 2006 (2006-10-14)
Running time
88 minutes



A trio of retired military servicemen who find a suitcase of money near their Arizona trailer park. Little do they know it belongs to a mobster in the witness protection program. The old men's neighbor is played by Raquel Welch.





Awards and nominationsEdit

Forget About It was screened at the New Jersey Film Festival in May 2006, where it won Best Film. It premiered in Waterbury, Connecticut and Phoenix, Arizona on October 27, 2006.


In 2008, Gregory Conley posted that he received legal warnings from BJ Davis and Julia Davis regarding a negative review of Forget About It. On January 13, Gregory posted that he'd received a Digital Millennium Copyright Act complaint from Julia Davis, and on January 14 posted an explanation attributed to Stephen Eckelberry of Big Screen Entertainment.[3] There were some outraged posts made to websites such as Wired News[4] and Techdirt.[5]


Forget About It is owned by Big Screen Entertainment Group and was released January 8, 2008 in the United States by Allumination Filmworks.


  1. ^ Forget About It movie website - credit.gif archived by Internet Archive Waybacked Machine. Retrieved 2012 January 3.
  2. ^ "Forget About It movie website". Internet Archive. February 7, 2006. Archived from the original on February 7, 2006. Retrieved December 6, 2015.
  3. ^ Conley, Gregory (January 2008). "Filmmaker suing me over bad review". Archived from the original on 2008-01-17. Retrieved 2012-01-03.
  4. ^ Beschizza, Rob (January 14, 2008). "DMCA Used To Try And Silence Movie Reviewer".
  5. ^ Masnick, Mike (Jan 14, 2008). "DMCA Misuse: Trying To Take Down A Negative Movie Review". Techdirt.

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