• Nosoyalan

    ★★★★★ Rewatched by Nosoyalan 05 Oct, 2015

    Un racconto que te vuela la peluca.
    De las mejores de Nolan.


  • FraggleManX

    ★★★★★ Watched by FraggleManX 29 Sep, 2015

    Mit Chri bei Hüttenhock angeschaut


  • TheFilmCave

    ★★★★★ Added by TheFilmCave

    Memento is a film that's so original and so well crafted and it's one of my favorite movies of all time.


  • teren25

    ★★★½ Watched by teren25 04 Oct, 2015

    Entretenido ejercicio de estilo de Nolan. La premisa se presta a los juegos de montaje y de narración que Nolan mete, giro argumental incluido marca de la casa.


  • kimberliesobeck

    Added by kimberliesobeck

    This movie starts off with the main character killing someone in reverse. The rest of the movie shows scenes the least recent to most recent. The story told is the the main character thinks that his wife was murdered and during that time he gets hit in the head so he no longer has a sort term memory. After her 'murder' he tries to find the person he believes murdered her and tattoos himself the hints so he can remember…


  • Gal Balaban

    ★★★★★ Added by Gal Balaban

    Mind-blowing and marvelously shot, Memento takes you to a thrilling setting in which a man has a rare type of amnesia which takes away his ability to make new memories, and must avenge his wife's death using information he collects through Polaroids. The film's writing is incredible, the directing is amazing, and Memento ends up being a brilliant neo-noir masterpiece.


  • nikki_isthebest

    ★★★½ Added by nikki_isthebest

    when we first started watching memento I didn't really understand it but as we kept watching it I realized that we were seeing what was Leonard's flash backs of what he thought happened to his wife and he thought he could find out who killed his wife. When he told people what happened and if he didn't remember them it was because he suffered from short term memory loss and he made another guy up who was really him and…


  • mattfromalaska

    ★★★★ Rewatched by mattfromalaska 28 Sep, 2015 1

    Surprisingly, this movie holds up on a second viewing. It was less engrossing this time around just because I knew the gimmick and the plot, but just as entertaining - and I picked up on little details.

    I also picked up on a lot more character stuff. At the start of the film Lenny seems - and even says- that he is more or less in control of his condition; he describes Sammy as "sloppy" and himself as "graceful". As…


  • Balu

    ★★★★★ Rewatched by Balu 29 Sep, 2015

    Never miss this


  • a_otisRA

    Added by a_otisRA

    Memento is a film about a man named Leonard, who suffers from a rare version of memory loss, who is trying to find the man who had raped and killed his wife.
    Watching this film had left me very confused, and on the edge of my seat all throughout the movie. This film is unique because the start of the film is the ending of the movie. This movie plays the story line backwards, the viewers must piece together how…


  • openmind

    ★★★★½ Watched by openmind 27 Sep, 2015

    This review reportedly contains spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    Memento by Christopher Nolan could be classified as a psychological thriller that breaks many of the common tropes that are popular in modern cinema. The first scene perfectly introduces the premise of the film, with Guy Pearce frantically airing out of Polaroid that is whiting out instead of developing. The scene is shown in reverse, which sets up how the rest of the movie is beautifully composed. Memento tracks the actions of Leonard, an ex-insurance fraud investigator with an interesting…


  • joshdyr

    ★★★★★ Added by joshdyr

    This review reportedly contains spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    Memento is a twisty and nonlinear look into humanity, morality and fate. This film requires your undivided attention as it moves backwards from the end to the beginning. Sort of. The color sections of the film are played forwards but every section takes another step into the past, a fact which is foreshadowed by the film playing in reverse during the opening credits. Meanwhile the black an white cut scenes detail the events leading up to the beginning of the…