Max Baron (James Spader) is a 27-year-old high-flying advertising executive still recovering from the death of his wife. One night he is in a bar when he meets Nora Baker (Susan Sarandon), a 43-year-old waitress with a fixation on Marilyn Monroe. The couple gradually fall in love, though age and social differences mean that the path of true love is strewn with problems.
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User 1 Review:
We all knew Dinklage was good, but this transports him into 'if he's in it, I'll watch it' standard. He remarkably shows us the characters various states of mind and emotions throughout, with clarity and abandon. Honestly can't say enough about his performance. 4 stars just for him.The story, sure ok. The memory bit ... ya why not, everyone else in it was great, and the writer really tried hard to pull the emotion out of each situation, but the director kind of let it down. It plodded and lost focus various times. Only 2 stars for that.I think 18 or 22% is low. Peter alone is the reason to watch this. And for once the obvious never comes up. It looks like Hollywood is treating him with the respect he deserves.
User 2 Review:
I got this movie free from google play. I figured it would be a throwaway movie. But I was pleasantly surprised. Anymore you go into a movie knowing the end & 10 minutes in you know the motivations and general backstory of the main character. I found myself wondering whom the main character was throughout the film. You are given an inkling of who he is, but you do not know whom he is, you have to wait to learn of his character until the end of the movie. In a fast paced culture of please me now, this movie makes you wait. Which I find keeps you engaged and on your toesAside from what I think is a brilliant premise, most of the acting is spot on, a good movie from a rainy day I think.
User 3 Review:
Peter Dinklage gave a stunning performance in this very interesting spin on a mystery. I felt like I was going along for the ride as Sam dives into the memories of the people who had given thoes memories to Gordan and the machinne that recorded them. While I saw the past connection between Sam and Gordan, I was wrong about who killed him. It was good to see Anton Yelchin (RIP) give one last performance as well. I recommend this movie whole heartedly. The critics who maligned this movie for being too sentimental missed the whole point. Memories are made of emotion. Joy, grief, love, anger. All these emotions are part of our memories, who can't divorce emotion and sentiment from a movie that revolves around memories.