Every year, there are a fair share of winners and losers when it comes to going to the movies. There are those films that everyone remembers for years to come, some films that are popular for a couple of months/years but eventually die out, and those films that we don't talk about.
The latter group is the one we're here to simultaneously honor and dishonor today, as not all films we've forgotten are necessarily critical duds. After all, last month's The Man From U.N.C.L.E. is a summer box office gem, and yet hardly anyone has seen it - dooming the film's chances of being remembered as the true fun it was.
We've combed through the box office records from 2000 up to 2012, and we've un-earthed 15 films you might still have tickets stubs for in your favorite pair of jeans -- yet still don't actually remember. Refill your popcorn, top off your refreshments, and kick back as we're about to go back in time with the 15 most recent movies that you probably don't remember, starring some of the biggest stars known to humanity.
The Watcher (2000)
Starring: Keanu Reeves, James Spader, and Marissa Tomei
Plot: An FBI agent (Spader) on the trail of a serial killer (Reeves) gets fed up with his inability to nab his nemesis and moves from L.A. to Chicago. He goes into therapy, tries to move on with his life, and sure enough the killer has moved right along with him - ready to resume the game they never finished.
Is It Worth Remembering? No, it really isn't. Keanu Reeves was weirdly unbelievable as a methodical serial killer, and as good of an actor James Spader is, he can't save every film he's in. It wants to be a cat and mouse game, but ends up playing like a Garfield strip.