from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- adjective Likely to be forgotten, especially for being unimpressive.
from The Century Dictionary.
- noun See forgetable, forgetableness.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Liable to be, or that may be, forgotten.
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- adjective Easily
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- adjective easily forgotten
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Curtis perfected his craft in forgettable films such as "Francis," "I Was a Shoplifter," "No Room for the Groom" and "Son of Ali Baba."
To me, the Nicolas Cage we see these days in forgettable action blockbusters, is like going back to the early 90′s and seeing Steven Segal in forgettable action blockbusters.
(The idea began in forgettable skits that seem to have cumulated into “David and Crispin: Friends Till the End,” where the magic first showed.)
Maybe it’s because I never saw much of her early work and focused too much on her mangled pronunciations in forgettable Hollywood misfires (Remember “Captain Corelli’s Mandolin”?
On a less vile note, I also saw Ice Age 2 which was cute and funny and meaningless and forgettable, which is what happens when you have something just ok.
Agree with a poor and "forgettable" response to the 3AM ad.
The kid is forgettable which is one of the film's biggest problems.
I'm surprised that you glossed The Ladykillers as "forgettable," before making this point: it's really an unmitigated statement of their nihilism, and the structure of the plot is pretty pure, in that respect.
I actually initially thought I might want a decant of Cruel Intentions, but boredom set in quickly and I ended up putting it on my fatal "forgettable" list.
Simon only calls it "forgettable," but then redeems himself with an honest word: "horrible."