Memento. Talk about getting your brains knickers in a twist. I rented the DVD so I could do the Directors comments after watching it. My brain hurt even worse. I liked it except I never quite swallowed thee idea this guy could be a complete tabla rasa within minutes. (Like when the babe goes out to the car and then comes back.) He simply could not function with just some poloroids to string things together<br>Fun though. Here is the blow by blow:<br>http://www.designpattern.org/mementofaq.htm<br><br>
I think I have a partial "Memento" memory problem. I always remember the non-important stuff exactly:<br><br>I remember a Rascal was shot and killed because of an unpaid debt, (drug deal), in 1959 at the agee of 31 by a guy name Stubbs. His name was ... dooh.<br><br>
#3753 - 04/20/0206:25 AMRe: I keep hearing that he was also a child actor.
I kind of thought it was Lil Rascals now that you mention it. He is after all 68 years old so that would be about the right time. Life is weird. To think some innoncent little child star would end up a murderer someday. Ah, gotta be pretty far gone to resort to that as a means of solving your problems.<br><br>
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