DVD - 2017
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Gordon Dunn, a visionary scientific pioneer, is found dead shortly after he unveils his newest work: a device able to extract, record, and play a person's memories. Soon, a mysterious man shows up at his widow's door, claiming to be a friend of her late husband. After stealing the machine from the house, the man uses it to try and solve the mystery of Gordon's death, beginning an investigation on memories that lead him to unexpected and dangers places.


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Jun 19, 2018

I think Rememory fails as science fiction. The science fiction premise is not terrible, but it feels far fetched the way it is done. The main actors are fine. The story was not compelling and did not pull me in. Perhaps it was supposed to be a mystery, perhaps a character study. But I never felt like Peter Dinklage's character had a real life reason for being involved in the whole mess.

May 27, 2018

My expectations were pretty low, and there ARE huge holes in the plot (how many are truly watertight?), but despite these, this moody flick kept my attention. There's a twist at the end, and a bit of schmaltz, but overall, I had the feeling of time well-wasted. Dinklage is allowed some depth, and Julia Ormond (so lovely in Smilla's Sense of Snow) does not disappoint. The tag line reads "We are nothing more than the memories we keep" and this driving theme is the heart of the antagonist's dilemma. What happens when we try to purge or suppress things we'd rather not remember and face?

Apr 17, 2018

If I could give this movie negative five stars I would. It was trying too hard to be artsy and avant garde. It failed miserably. Some movies are so bad they are at least funny. This movie was so bad it was, well, bad. Avoid!!!

Apr 08, 2018

Ooof! Did anyone read this script before they signed on to make this movie? The plot holes are grand canyon sized. The actors seemed game, but lost at sea. I suspect contractual obligations were their only anchors. When I see high caliber artists making so many strange choices I blame the director and feel sorry for the actors. Skip this one. Nuthin' to see here folks, not even half a star, move along move along.

laurendouglass Mar 26, 2018

This was a pleasant surprise. I snagged this title because of Peter Dinklage and his performance does not disappoint. But, I was also rewarded with a pretty decent plot and a lovely performance from Julia Ormond. Overall a good mix of drama and light sci-fi on fictions and realities of memory and remembering.

Mar 12, 2018

I haven't really enjoyed PD in anything besides Game Of Thrones because, I think, he's mainly cast as an afterthought due his recent success but he was good. This sci-fi flick is very remeniscent of The Outer Limits (the good 1990s version, not the crappy old b/w). It has a few twists and turns to keep you guessing

Nicr Feb 15, 2018

Peter Dinklage is an actor of such integrity and commitment he can make any plot seem plausible and is always worth watching.

Feb 04, 2018

Really intelligent and engaging. Never heard of this film but was pleasantly surprised!

Jan 09, 2018

The story has several holes but the biggest problem is the main actor, Peter Dinklage. I got so tired of seeing him trying to act. The film tries to be meaningful but I was bored.

CMLibrary_akeller Jan 03, 2018

I was not expecting to like this as much as I did! I watched it at first because I love Evelyne Brochu and Peter Dinklage, but the way they filmed this movie was beautiful. A man who created a memory device that can store people's memories from their own viewpoint ends up dead. Peter Dinklage's character tries to find out what happened. There are some flashbacks and the characters were so compelling.


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