Wilson of The Daily Rotation wrote, "Movies that are forgettable are almost worse than plain bad movies. Hours after you view it, it seems to drift out of your mind. You struggle to recall what the movie was about or even why it existed. At least with a good bad-movie, there are specific points in which you say, “Wow, this is bad”. Forgettable movies are like a lame dream: once you wake up, you can hardly recall anything and those memories soon fade."