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Director Christopher Nolan Starring: Guy Pearce, Carrie-Anne Moss
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    “Memento is generally a good film, definately worth a...”

    Written on: 14/01/2009

    Memento is generally a good film, definately worth a watch christian bale is always good in these "cold" roles however i do feel he chooses his roles really safely. Good narrative, original and Christian Bale is always good although he only seems to have one facial expression
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    “Imagine not being able to remember what happened 15...”

    Written on: 24/10/2005 by rappinhood (12 reviews written)

    Imagine not being able to remember what happened 15 minutes ago, while at the same time being able to conjure up memories from years ago. No, I'm not talking about the sadness that is Alzheimer's but about Memento, a film starring Guy Pearce as Leonard, a man whose last lasting memory is of the night his wife died before his eyes. Everything after that time is fragmentary, because the traumatic head injury he suffered at that moment has induced a rare form of memory impairment. Leonard can't… Read Full Review

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