History Fridge / Memento

19th Dec '15 12:28:38 PM laserviking42
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* Leonard's story about Sammy Jankiss is not only revealing about how Leonard is able to form new memories, its also, possibly, Leonard's only real memory of how his wife actually died.
28th Nov '15 8:39:38 AM teenalphabro
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* ''Film/{{Memento}}'''s backwards narrative can feel somewhat gimmicky. but it forces us to live through Leonard's perception of the world, seeing a scene with no knowledge of the (usually critical) events that lead up to it.

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* ''Film/{{Memento}}'''s backwards narrative can feel somewhat gimmicky. gimmicky, but it forces us to live through Leonard's perception of the world, seeing a scene with no knowledge of the (usually critical) events that lead up to it.
13th Apr '15 8:29:44 PM honeyishrunkmyself
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* One thing that lends credence to the theory that Teddy is telling the truth about Leonard's wife surviving the attack and it was Leonard who killed her is that even in the heat of their argument at the end, Teddy always specifically says that the assailant raped Leonard's wife, never including that he killed her.

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* One thing that lends credence to the theory that Teddy [[spoiler:Teddy is telling the truth about Leonard's wife surviving the attack and it was Leonard who killed her her]] is that even in the heat of their argument at the end, Teddy [[spoiler:Teddy always specifically says that the assailant raped Leonard's wife, never including that he killed her.
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* At the end of the movie, you can be left with two conclusions: that Teddy was lying to Leonard, or that he was telling the truth. Which means that either Teddy is a ManipulativeBastard, or that Leonard is taking advantage of himself just as much as the rest of the cast. Neither interpretation is especially happy, but which one is worse?

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* At the end of the movie, you can be left with two conclusions: that [[spoiler:that Teddy was lying to Leonard, or that he was telling the truth. Which means that either Teddy is a ManipulativeBastard, or that Leonard is taking advantage of himself just as much as the rest of the cast. Neither interpretation is especially happy, but which one is worse?worse?]]
22nd Mar '15 3:55:55 PM BanjoTCat
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* One thing that lends credence to the theory that Teddy is telling the truth about Leonard's wife surviving the attack and it was Leonard who killed her is that even in the heat of their argument at the end, Teddy always specifically says that the assailant raped Leonard's wife, never including that he killed her.
23rd Aug '14 6:08:31 PM Folamh3
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23rd Jun '13 1:29:52 PM CheeseDogX
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* ''Film/{{Memento}}'''s backwards narrative can feel somewhat gimmicky. but it forces us to live through Leonard's perception of the world, seeing a scene with no knowledge of the (usually critical) events that lead up to it.

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* ''Film/{{Memento}}'''s backwards narrative can feel somewhat gimmicky. but it forces us to live through Leonard's perception of the world, seeing a scene with no knowledge of the (usually critical) events that lead up to it.it.

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* At the end of the movie, you can be left with two conclusions: that Teddy was lying to Leonard, or that he was telling the truth. Which means that either Teddy is a ManipulativeBastard, or that Leonard is taking advantage of himself just as much as the rest of the cast. Neither interpretation is especially happy, but which one is worse?
21st Apr '12 10:58:45 PM pittsburghmuggle
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* ''Film/{{Memento}}'' struck me as being a good film, but the backwards narrative being somewhat gimmicky. It wasn't until a little while later that I realised that it forces us to live through Leonard's perception of the world, seeing a scene with no knowledge of the (usually critical) events that lead up to it - Slave

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* ''Film/{{Memento}}'' struck me as being a good film, but the ''Film/{{Memento}}'''s backwards narrative being can feel somewhat gimmicky. It wasn't until a little while later that I realised that but it forces us to live through Leonard's perception of the world, seeing a scene with no knowledge of the (usually critical) events that lead up to it - Slaveit.
21st Jan '12 12:00:14 AM nombretomado
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* ''{{Memento}}'' struck me as being a good film, but the backwards narrative being somewhat gimmicky. It wasn't until a little while later that I realised that it forces us to live through Leonard's perception of the world, seeing a scene with no knowledge of the (usually critical) events that lead up to it - Slave

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* ''{{Memento}}'' ''Film/{{Memento}}'' struck me as being a good film, but the backwards narrative being somewhat gimmicky. It wasn't until a little while later that I realised that it forces us to live through Leonard's perception of the world, seeing a scene with no knowledge of the (usually critical) events that lead up to it - Slave
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