Rememory ★★½

To be able to see an objective view of one's memories would be both a gift and a curse. The MacGuffin of Rememory is a device that allows for just that: A person puts some sensors on his or her head, and without any of the filters that our minds have placed on memories, the machine records an objective account of what the person actually saw and heard at a given moment in his or her life. This is one of those neat ideas that screenwriters devise and then believe is enough. The plot of director Mark Palansky and Mike Vukadinovich's screenplay is little more than a murder mystery, and it's one that doesn't even incorporate the central gimmick into the story enough for the concept of a memory-recording device to really matter.

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