One Of The Best "Pulling The Rug Out From Under" Scenes In Film HistoryCharlie Jane Anders4/15/14 12:00amFiled to: found footageforgottenjulianne moorehunger gamesseventh son809EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalinkThe movie The Forgotten, starring Julianne Moore, feels like your standard-issue "everything is messed up and nothing is real, and everyone thinks I'm crazy because I'm the only one who can see it" thriller — until this moment. Warning: Mega-spoilers!AdvertisementIn The Forgotten, it's been a while since Moore's son died in a not-at-all suspicious plane crash. And now, suddenly, everybody including her husband is insisting that she never had a son in the first place. Not only that, but the hunky guy who lives nearby is also the only one who can remember his lost daughter — and when you peel back the nice wallpaper in the daughter's old bedroom, there's suddenly a kid's mural. Dum dum dumm....Cue lots of peeling back layers of the onion and conspiracy-wrangling and being chased and so on. Until the scene above, when Moore finally finds a trustworthy, smart police officer (Alfre Woodard) who believes her and promises to get some answers.... before being sucked up into the sky like a tapioca ball thru an extra-wide straw. Sluuuurrp!AdvertisementBelow is the movie's other great scene, at the very end — in which the aliens (they're aliens, FYI) show up and try to make Julianne Moore forget her son using their mind-control powers at close range. It doesn't work, and Julianne Moore proves why you don't ever, ever, fuck with Julianne Moore.I fear for the safety of Katniss Everdeen, and whatever Jeff Bridges' witch hunter in Seventh Son is named.