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That story tells about a mysterious journey by a man who has no memory. This story began with this man, with the help of one of his fellow Auschwitz survivors and a handwritten message, making a trip across the country to find the former Nazi responsible for the death of his family. Perhaps it is the journey that carries many questions in the mind of this man.
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Peter Calder
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July 20, 2016

The film's real thrills are to be found in the fragility and confusion of Plummer's performance. At 85, few actors find leading roles and he's the oldest actor to have won an Oscar (for Beginners); he deserved better than this.
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Brad Keefe
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December 31, 2016

The great performance of Plummer isn't quite wasted, but it deserved better.
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Soren Anderson
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March 31, 2016

A shaky premise meets a shaky protagonist in "Remember."
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Sonny Bunch
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July 14, 2016

Plummer himself is perfect for this role. There aren't too many others who could convincingly play a demented nonagenarian with such verve.
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Colin Covert
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March 24, 2016

There is too much convenient coincidence and less tension than a payback drama needs, but the cast is as good as always.
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Alistair Ryder
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February 18, 2017

Remember is a gloriously trashy thriller, turning a narrative that could have easily been prestige season awards-bait into pure nonsensical pulp.
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Richard Roeper
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April 07, 2016

Atom Egoyan's bold but often ludicrous Remember plays a like a mash-up of The Terminator, Marathon Man and Memento, as filtered through the lens of an old Twilight Zone episode.
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Edmund Lee
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November 16, 2016

This lurid and disorienting story of an old man out for revenge is a Memento-like narrative puzzle enhanced by the immense presence of Christopher Plummer.
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Bill Goodykoontz
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March 24, 2016

Plummer is, by far, the best thing about the film.
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Kaori Shoji
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October 26, 2016

Remember is a hard sell, but like Zev, in the end you reach a point of satisfaction and witness a job well done.
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Scott Marks
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March 31, 2016

There is no actor currently at work capable of embodying the complexity of this character like Plummer.
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Peter Rainer
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March 18, 2016

Plummer, against all odds, brings pathos and dignity to a role that doesn't deserve him.
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