Scott Hardie | August 3, 2001
I saw Memento today with Jason and Kelly; their first time. (I go to lots of movies on vacation, especially when I'm going to see my mom in Florida. It's an almost daily occurrence.) Memento makes way more sense the second time, especially because you know what matters and to what to pay attention. I still don't understand the flashback images of Leonard's wife in the ending, as Leonard learns the true nature of his quest. But I still know that it's a kick-ass movie.


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