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Memory (2006)

A medical reseracher teams with a retired doctor to root around in the genetically stored memories of a serial killer.

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Max Lichtenstein
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Dr. Deepra Chang
Deirdre Blades ...
Alisha Briggs
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Scott McHale (as Scott G. Anderson)
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William Terrell
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Bonnie McHale
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Allison Frost
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Ricky McHale
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Lisa Mullens
Alisha Davlin ...
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Joel McFarlane ...
Nick Chang
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A medical reseracher teams with a retired doctor to root around in the genetically stored memories of a serial killer.

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Sometimes memories can kill.

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Drama | Horror | Thriller

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Rated R for language and frightening images | See all certifications »

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23 March 2007 (USA)  »

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Mem-o-re  »

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$3,500,000 (estimated)
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When Briggs is investigating the names of children who died in fires during the past few years, he comes across one and reads the name out loud as "Vasquez", yet the newspaper article and Briggs' own notes say, "Valdez". See more »

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Stephanie Jacobs: Thank you.
Taylor Briggs: For what?
Stephanie Jacobs: Everything.
Taylor Briggs: Well, all right.
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References The Crocodile Hunter (1996) See more »

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21 October 2011 | by See all my reviews

The cast members explained in interviews that the main theme of Bennett Davlin's "Memory" is the idea of seeing something through someone else's eyes, as the main character (Billy Zane) does: an otherwise benevolent person suddenly has memories of committing horrible acts. This is not a slasher movie or home invasion movie. There's the issue of what has been hidden. Parts of the movie did trick me a little bit, and I found it to be a pretty clever flick. It's not frightening or anything, but I liked how they laid everything out.

OK, so we could be cynical and say that this is a totally improbable story. So what? The movie is understood to be improbable. I still say that it's a very clever plot. Above all, it's great to see Dennis Hopper (RIP) and Ann-Margret still playing such interesting roles. Worth seeing.


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