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- Flaming Creatures (1963) Or Infantile Art-House Orgy
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Genre: Mystery Thriller
Directed By: Christopher Nolan (The Prestige • The Dark Knight)
Overview: This is the backwards-told tale of a man suffering from anterograde amnesia as he hunts after the man who killed his wife and caused the accident that prevents him from being able to form new memories.
Our hero, Leonard, kills Teddy Gammell in the last scene of Memento.
Now before you go and flip the desk your computer is sitting on because I've ruined a perfectly good movie for you, let me tell you about Irreversible.
Performance: 8 Cinematography: 8 Script: 8 Plot: 9 Mood: 8
Overall Rating: 82% (Jog Your Memory)
The only real big beef I have with Memento is a scene where Leonard is tattooing himself, with a sewing needle, a lighter and a bunch of ink from pens. You'd think a Hollywood director could send a gopher to the tattoo shop and find out the feasability of homemade tattoos. For the rest of you, use India ink, because standard pen ink in is poisonous. If it's rejected by your body, it'll heal out, enjoy the scar. If it's not rejected by your body, you might just get lucky enough to get a nice infection!